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The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Donkey Not Reliable Getaway Vehicle • Goat Cheese Fire Closes Tunnel • Welsh Tourist Wrestles Australian Shark • Live Otters Found in Unclaimed Luggage • Boy Fakes Kidnapping to Hide Bad Grades

Has a U.S. River Run Backwards Before?

Matt Soniak

Last month, the U.S.

Brain Game: Buzzing with Excitement

Sandy Wood

Morning Cup of Links: Red Panda Love

Miss Cellania

A red panda named Chewbacca has arrived at the Denver Zoo to mate with their female red panda, Daisy. Which is a fine excuse for an album of cute red panda photographs.

Betta Fish Fight Like Gentlemen

Jill Harness

If you've ever put a male betta fish, also known as a Siamese fighting fish, near the tank of another of its kind (or even worse, in the same tank), then you know that these aggressive beauties l

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 85

Mark Arminio

It's Thursday, it's late, it's time once again for the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below, in this case songs, have something in common.

The Missing Links: Not Your Average Pool Party

Colin Patrick

I never get invited to any kind of shindig that’s this cool. Maybe that's because I use words like "shindig."

Revealed: The Alternate Ending of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining

Erin McCarthy

The version of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining that most of us have seen ends with two iconic images: Jack Torrance frozen in the snow, and a long shot through the lobby of the Overlook Hotel to a photo

29 Years Ago: Apple Unveils the Mac

Chris Higgins

On January 24, 1984, Apple introduced the Macintosh.

Canada Lynx: The Ghost Cat of the North

Miss Cellania

Of the four existing species in the genus Lynx, two live in North America. One is the bobcat; the other is its furry northern cousin, the Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis).

One Company's Bold Plan to Mine Asteroids Flying by Earth

The Week

Brace yourselves for the coming asteroid gold rush. U.S. company Deep Space Industries this week revealed plans to send spacecraft on missions to mine near-Earth asteroids for precious metals.

Brain Game: Oceans' 11?

Sandy Wood

How Are Shrunken Heads Made?

Matt Soniak

Head shrinking is rumored to have occurred all over the world, but documented only among a few indigenous South American tribes living in Peru and Ecuador.

Morning Cup of Links: Fake Star Trek Craigslist Ad

Miss Cellania

Happy Birthday, Django Reinhardt

Chris Higgins

Django Reinhardt invented "hot jazz," and with Stéphane Grappelli made an indelible mark on jazz music worldwide.