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5 Reasons Teenagers Act the Way They Do

Kathy Benjamin

For everyone who is or was a teen, here are some scientific explanations for why they behave that way.

11 Charts and Graphs About Television Shows

Miss Cellania

Television is one thing that unites people across the country, in that almost everyone watches at least some.

15% Off Smart Valentine's Day Gifts

Mangesh & Jason

One of the items on sale is the Wall Coaster Extreme Stunt Kit, which is the closest we're going to get to having a giant Plinko board in the office. Here's what you can do with

At the Libraries: Panem Geography

Miss Kathleen

Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there’s something noteworthy going on in your local library, leave us a

10 Susceptible Super Bowl Records (and One That Definitely Won't Be Broken)

© John A. Angelillo/CorbisAdmittedly, I haven't paid as much attention to this year's Super Bowl as to previous NFL championships.

Your Daily Mind-Blow: The Lumarca

Chris Higgins

In this short documentary by Jason Scott, we see a beautiful work of sculpture/installation art made by Matt Parker, Albert Hwang and Elliot Woods.

Where Did Groundhog Day Come From?

Miss Cellania

ARCHIE CARPENTER/UPI /LandovPunxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, which apparently means there's six more weeks of winter.

Brain Game: 22 Coins

Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Think Thursday challenge is a math puzzle. It's not that tough, however, so give it a shot. Just please make sure to read the instructions in full.

Morning Cup of Links: The Real Groundhog

Miss Cellania

They're not endangered, they don't chuck wood, and they're not all that great at predicting weather.

The Late Movies: My New Favorite Band, The Milk Carton Kids

Chris Higgins

I came across a band (well, two guys) and I think you should listen to them; they're sort of a mixture of Simon & Garfunkel, the Jayhawks, and Gillian Welch -- in other words, somewhere i

The Roof is Leaking... in a good way

David K. Israel

In most hotels around the world, if water is pouring down from your bathroom ceiling, and you film it and post it on YouTube, you might get a a personal meeting with the GM, a big-time apology, and yo

Brain Game: The Second Month

Happy February! Here's a quick Wednesday Wordplay puzzle for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game.

Morning Cup of Links: Sheep Cyclone

Miss Cellania

What Should Stephen Colbert Do With His $1 Million in Super-PAC Money?

The Late Movies: Classic Super Bowl Commercials

Erica Palan

If you, like me, learned everything you know about football from Friday Night Lights (the TV series, not the movie. Duh.), you probably watch the Super Bowl for the commercials.

Lectures for a New Year: Philip Glass Performs "Mad Rush"

Chris Higgins

In 1979, Philip Glass wrote a solo piano piece called "Mad Rush" (a piece of "indefinite length") in honor of the 14th Dalai Lama's visit to North America.