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11 Hidden Gems on the Ultimate Road Trip Through the Midwest

10 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Facts About 'Song of the South'

Stacy Conradt

Arguably Disney’s most controversial production ever.

8 Videos of Platypodes in the Wild

Erin McCarthy

A Lifetime of Friendship: Pets and Their People

Miss Cellania

The Missing Links: Cranston Reads A Classic

Colin Patrick

A Banana Takes the Ferry

10 Facts About Beverly Cleary’s 'Ramona' Books

Joy Lanzendorfer

How To Outsmart Mice

What the "Jeopardy!" Post-Game Chat Sounds Like

Chris Higgins

Name the Capital: European Edition

Napoleon Bonaparte's Bicorn Hat Up For Auction

Hannah Keyser

11 Areas of Future Life Covered in The Tricentennial Report

Hannah Keyser

Who Invented the Brownie?

Erin McCarthy

Bats Jam Each Other Up When They’re Looking for Food

Matt Soniak

Bats are the masters of late-night snacking thanks to echolocation, and use ultrasonic chirps and the resulting echoes to find their prey in the dark. The bio-sonar has one big drawback, though.

Morning Cup of Links: Keeping Up with Rosetta

Miss Cellania