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Artist Creates Furniture That Flattens Into 2D Wall Art

Anna Green

Artist Jongha Choi has created furniture that doubles as wall art.

Clever Art Installation Makes the Louvre's Pyramid Disappear

Michele Debczak

For the next month, the Louvre's iconic pyramid will be harder to spot.

An Adult-Sized Catbus is Coming to the Ghibli Museum

Rudie Obias

Your chance to live out ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ in real life is happening.

Book a Night at the Smallest House on Airbnb

Michele Debczak

Make sure to pack lightly.

There Are Only Three Colors In This Optical Illusion

Andrew LaSane

Blue is not one of those colors.

Why You Should Be Grating Your Butter

Shaunacy Ferro

Give that old kitchen utensil something new to do.

Leaving Work at Work Is Now a Legal Right in France

Michele Debczak

The new law protects an employee's "right to disconnect."

London's Flower Show Debuts Carpet of Over 300,000 Crocheted Poppies

Kirstin Fawcett

The fiber blossoms pay tribute to those who've served in wars.

13 Fast Facts About 'Smokey and the Bandit'

Roger Cormier

Put the evidence in the car.

Why Does My Stomach Rumble When I’m Hungry?

Autumn Spanne

A gurgling, rumbling stomach doesn’t always mean that you’re hungry.

You Might Not Want to Trust Your Fitbit Heart Rate Readings

Anna Green

If you’ve been relying on a Fitbit to track your heart rate at the gym, you might want to take those readings with a grain of salt.

The Best (and Worst) Time to Schedule a Job Interview

Andrew LaSane

Fitting that interview in on your lunch break may not be the best idea.

New Meatless Burger 'Bleeds' Beet Juice

Kirstin Fawcett

The Beyond Burger attempt to capture the look, taste, and texture of real beef.

A Missing Belgian Boy Is Now the Face of a Euro Coin

Jake Rossen

Belgium is hoping their currency can help bring missing kids home.

Ruby-Red Seadragons and Other New Species Make Top 10 List

Kate Horowitz

SUNY’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry asked an international committee of scientists to choose the most notable finds in the past year.

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