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12 Things You Might Not Know About A Christmas Story (Even Though You've Seen It 90 Times)

Stacy Conradt

Which Oscar-winning star wanted to play Ralphie's dad? Which actor went on to a seedy career in the adult film industry? Can you really get your tongue stuck to a metal pole?

Weekend Links: Experimenting with Babies

Roma Panganiban

New ISS Timelapse: "The World Outside My Window"

Chris Higgins

15 Fantastically Ugly Holiday Sweaters

Jill Harness

'Tis the season for fashionably questionable holiday garb.

Why Do We Use Fresh-Squeezed Citrus in Cocktails?

Clair McLafferty

Because the longer the juice is out of the fruit, the more bitter it gets.

9 Live Television Spectacles

Kate Erbland

It's not just The Sound of Music: Plenty of other large-scale live events have been piped into a TV near you over the past decades.

The Missing Links: For Those Who Love Kids

Colin Patrick

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

There Are 5 Types of Boredom

Meghan Holohan

Researchers have discovered that there are actually five different kinds—and most people tend to experience just one type of boredom throughout their lives.

What's the Best Opening Sentence Ever?

Jason English

On Fridays, I ask a series of unrelated questions. Reading your answers helps me get through the afternoon. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...

The Origins of 15 Delightful Carnival Rides

You know GEICO’s customer service delights customers, but how well do you know where these delightful amusement staples got their starts?

Why Are Flags Flown at Half-Staff in Times of Mourning?

Ethan Trex

Flying a flag at half-staff has become a well-recognized symbol of national grieving, but where did this tradition originate, and how does the decision to lower the flag work?

11 Incredible Film Facts for the Passionate Movie Buff

Everyone loves a good movie, and these fun facts will help you fascinate your friends on your next trip to the multiplex.

Where Did The Term "Happy Hour" Come From?

Sean Hutchinson

The concept of the “Happy Hour” isn’t merely a marketing strategy, and the history of hitting the sauce at half price has a surprisingly strong—if not varied—connection to American history.

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