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Learn How to Use Whiskey to Start a Fire

Caitlin Schneider

Yet another reason to keep it with you while enjoying the great outdoors.

10 Commonly Stolen Street Signs

Stacy Conradt

Life on Butt Hole Road must be hard enough without having to worry about your signs going missing.

This 'New York Times' Meal Planner Will Help You Create The Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner

Anna Green

Whether you’re nervously planning your first Thanksgiving dinner, or a veteran chef of delicious turkey feasts, The New York Times wants to help you plan the perfect meal this Thanksgiving.

This Is How Famous Artists Would Plate Thanksgiving Dinner

Andrew LaSane

Artist Hannah Rothstein imagines dinner plates arranged by Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and others.

Making Sushi Out of a Big Mac

Rebecca OConnell

Almost anything can become a sushi roll if you put your mind to it.

11 Brilliant Gifts For the Artisanal Foodie in Your Life

Hannah Keyser

Presents that’ll make even the most ardent foodie’s mouth water.

Oral History: 30 Years Ago, Mr. Snuffleupagus Shocked 'Sesame Street'

Jake Rossen Jennifer M Wood

How some disturbing real-life news reports about child welfare forced Big Bird to reveal his "imaginary" friend to the world.

50 Super Smart Books For Everyone On Your List

Caitlin Schneider

Consider your holiday shopping done.

Watch a Weird Fungus Called the Devil's Finger Hatch Like an Egg

Kirstin Fawcett

It's a scene from nature—not from an alien movie.

25 Historic Heists

Alvin Ward

These were no small-time thieves.

A Coffee Cup That Keeps Your Doughnut Warm

Shaunacy Ferro

Take my money!Why bother to break out two dishes for your coffee and your breakfast, when you could just combine them into one?

8 Reasons a Little Adrenaline Can Be a Very Good Thing

As long as it’s not long-lasting, a burst of human jet fuel can be a good thing. Here’s how.

DNA From a Fourth Tribe of European Ancestors Has Been Found

Andrew LaSane

The gene pool for Europeans is deeper than previously thought.

Process Your Emotions With This Musical Journal App

Anna Green

The app lets users capture their feelings in music by dropping stones into moving water: As the digital water flows over each stone, it creates a note or chord, depending on the stone’s size.

Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Game in Looted Chinese Tomb

Andrew LaSane

Game on! A 14-sided die, a decorated game tile, and 21 numbered pieces were found in a pit at the burial site.