The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Odd stories you may have missed this week.

15 Brainy Secrets of ‘Jeopardy!’ Winners

Suzanne Raga

It's all about learning how to time that buzzer.

How Do Scientists Measure the Speed of Light?


Simply put: They dont.

The Best Black Friday Deals Around the Web

Smart Shopping Team

Amazon's not the only place with Black Friday bargains.

Here Are Amazon's Best Black Friday Deals

Smart Shopping Team

From the Smart Shopping Team...

When Should You Call 911?

Suzanne Raga

You learn at a very young age that you should call 911 in an emergency. But what, exactly, constitutes an emergency?

11 Gifts for the Beer Geek in Your Life

Alvin Ward

The beer lover in your life doesn’t need another hilarious “Will Work for Beer” t-shirt this year. Instead, try one of these options.

Morning Cup of Links: OK Go's Newest Video Innovation

Miss Cellania

Have some interesting links for your holiday weekend!

Why Yellow Woodpeckers Are Turning Red

Matt Soniak

A team of researchers has a new explanation for the color shift: Invasive plants are altering the woodpeckers’ palate—and, as a result, their palette.

New Art Project Allows People to Adopt Pieces of Space Junk That Will Tweet at Them

Jay Serafino

The art project 'Adrift' aims to illustrate the dangers of space junk through music, visuals, and social media.

5 Questions: Black Friday

Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

10 Creative Recipes to Make With Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

Michele Debczak

Go beyond the traditional turkey sandwich this year.

7 Ways Lighting Can Make Your Home Happier

Presented by GE reveal.

The Sweet and Not-So-Sweet History of Saccharin

Miss Cellania

Saccharin has been around for well over a century, but its history hasn't always gone down easy.

How An Obscure British Comedy Sketch Became The World’s Most Repeated TV Program

Paul Anthony Jones

It's gained a cult audience all over the world—and is especially popular in Germany.