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What Do Kirsten Dunst and Scott Disick Have in Common?

Stacy Conradt

Even though Kirsten Dunst shot to fame as a 12-year-old by playing a child vampire (and also one of the the most badass board game players ever), she actually entered pop culture history as a mere tod

25 Things Turning 25 This Year

Chris Higgins Adrienne Crezo

If you're turning 25 this year, good news—you can now rent a car in the US without paying a weird fee <i>and</i> you're as old as the California Raisins.

The Missing Links: The Woman Who Ate Hitler's Food

Colin Patrick

A Lonely Whale’s Unrequited Love Song

Roma Panganiban

Somewhere deep within the waters of the North Pacific, a whale wanders alone.

8 Things To Know About Pablo Picasso

Amanda Green

April 8 is the 40th anniversary of Picasso's death. Celebrate the art legend with these eight facts.

The Latte Portrait Artist

Chris Higgins

Kim Jong-un's Less Responsible, Disney-Obsessed Older Brother

David W Brown

In 2001 a different Kim was in line for the throne: Kim Jong-nam. But then he tried to visit Tokyo Disneyland...

8 Real Places That Inspired Superhero Headquarters and Landmarks

Rick Marshall

Superheroes are everywhere you look these days—and if you're in the right city, the same can be said for their favorite meeting spots.

Where Did the Phrase “Dressed to the Nines” Come From?

Matt Soniak

After watching the new Justin Timberlake video, reader Katie Rose wrote in ask about the origins of “dressed to the nines.” Reader Donna wrote with the same question, though I don’t know what music vi

Margaret Thatcher Did Not Require Any Karate Ladies for Protection

Ethan Trex

5 Questions: Ablutions

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Jason English

World War I Centennial: German Chancellor Warns of Impending Racial Struggle

Erik Sass

Installment #63: The new military spending bill presented to the German Reichstag on March 1, 1913, arrived in a climate of growing fear.

Weekend Links: Journalism, in so Many Words

Roma Panganiban

The Rabbit of Seville

Chris Higgins