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11 Terrifying Images of Old Soviet Playgrounds

Ransom Riggs

Actually, they're playgrounds from the former Soviet Union, where people were good at making a lot of things -- tanks, rifles, factories to make tanks and rifles -- but cheerful playground statua

The Late Movies: 6 Memorable Moments from The Office

Erica Palan

8 Movies That Changed Movies

Jake Rossen

Here are some lesser-known but significant evolutions in the art and business of movies.

How Play-Doh Created its New Compound, Play-Doh Plus

Erin McCarthy

This year, the classic Play-Doh compound in its yellow container got a new purple partner: Play-Doh Plus. Here's how the new compound was made.

14 Awesome Ice Cube Trays

Jill Harness

It might be hip to be square, but when it comes to ice cubes, it’s way cooler to think outside the cube.

The Missing Links: Swim With Your Mouth Closed

Colin Patrick

Help Write Our Five-Word Webby Speech, Win Big Prizes

Jason English

6 Cool Insects You Can Raise at Home

Virginia C McGuire

Don't let Mother Nature have all the fun!

A Drive Around London in 1926

Bryan Dugan

In 1926, British-born filmmaker Claude Friese-Greene filmed the streets of London in breathtaking color.

Trailer Thursday: Star Trek, Black Rock, Frances Ha, & The English Teacher

Stacy Conradt

Welcome to Trailer Thursday, where we help you decide what to do with your Friday night. Here's what's coming out tomorrow.

What's Your Dream Board on Jeopardy?

Jason English

11 Museums Devoted to Musicians

Amy Plitt

Take a look at 11 of our favorite museums devoted to rock groups, classical composers, and more.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Who Writes the Messages in Fortune Cookies?

The Week

Two of the world's largest producers of baked-in aphorisms don't even have someone on the payroll dedicated to full-time fortune writing.

Al Fritz and the Schwinn Sting-Ray

Maureen Monahan

They called it the "Corvette of bicycles": The Schwinn Sting-ray, which revolutionized the industry in the 1960s, was created by Al Fritz, who died on May 7, 2013, of complications from a st