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The First Commercial Jet to Break the Sound Barrier Was Not the Concorde

Nick Greene

How Wildlife Photographers Use "Spy Creatures"

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: Really, Really Bad Rebus #27

Sandy Wood

9 Hidden Mario Cameos and References in Video Games

Rudie Obias

Morning Cup of Links: Invisible Like An Octopus

Hannah Keyser

History's Greatest One-Hit Wonder

the mag Stacy Conradt

Despite the song's monster success, the 16-year-old girl who wrote it never published music again.

Quiz: Guest Stars on The Simpsons

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A slew of guest stars have lent their voices to The Simpsons. Although many guests simply play themselves, the most memorable one-off characters often have a guest voice behind them. How well do you know who voiced these gems?

5 Questions: In the "System"

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Top 5 GIFs of Deadly Animal Kills

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The Salmon Cannon Helps Fish Travel Upstream

Jessica Hullinger

Brain Game: Nap Time

Sandy Wood

The Missing Links: Bizarre Vintage Medical Treatments

Colin Patrick

26 Amusing Facts About Amusement Parks

Alvin Ward

Some stories you can tell your friends in line at the theme park this summer.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

Miles Davis’ Chili Recipe

Matt Soniak

Miles Davis was one of the most important and influential musicians of the 20th century, and changed the course of jazz music more times in his life than some people change their sheets.