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A Tasty Guide to Caviar and Roe

Foster Kamer the mag

Caviar has a reputation for being hoity-toity. But fish eggs weren’t always a delicacy, and there’s nothing inherently unapproachable about them.

10 Fancy Facts About Poodles

Rebecca OConnell

There’s a lot you might not know about France’s national dog.

Scientists Can Now Inject Electronics into the Brain With a Needle

Jessica Hullinger

These tiny, needle-injected electronics will monitor brain activity.

30 General Trivia Questions

Almost useless trivia!

China's Solution for Academic Cheating? Drones

Alvin Ward

How One Line of Text Nearly Killed 'Toy Story 2'

Simon Brew

It was saved by something akin to blind luck.

How Edgar Allan Poe Inspired Scrabble

Stacy Conradt

The game wouldn't exist if not for a minor plot point in a 170-year-old story.

How Do Water Towers Work?

Shaunacy Ferro

Let's go inside the mysterious infrastructure that stores our water.

Learn New Things For Free With a Handy Website

Alvin Ward

A Dutch company aims to make education more accessible—and more personal.

This Doll "Burns" in the Sun To Teach Kids About Sunscreen

Hannah Keyser

And gives parents the chance to actually, you know, apply it.

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The Secret of 50 Berkeley Square

Paul Collins the mag

Dickens fans have long wondered which real-life spinster inspired Miss Havisham of 'Great Expectations.' Does a haunted house hold a shocking new clue?

15 Things You Should Know About Klimt’s 'The Kiss'

Kristy Puchko

A masterpiece of the early Modern period, Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss' is a deceptively simple portrait of lust and love.

5 Undelivered Speeches That Would Have Changed the Course of History

Lucas Reilly

What if...?

Arthur C. Clarke Predicts the Future in 1964

Chris Higgins