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The 'Millennial Whoop': The Musical Trope That’s Suddenly Everywhere

Caitlin Schneider

It's been a good few years for "Wa-oh-wa-oh."

10 Lovable Facts About the Peruvian Inca Orchid

Rebecca OConnell

Meet the (cuddly) national dog of Peru.

The Radio Ad That Introduced Commercial Jingles to the World

Anna Green

The jingle got its start in 1926.

Serbian Artist Becomes a Human Paintbrush With the Help of a Robot

Rebecca OConnell

A true collaboration of man and machine.

Morning Cup of Links: ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ Original Ending

Miss Cellania

Make it a great with some great links!

19 Unusual Socks for Snazzy Feet

Rebecca OConnell

Kick it in one of these pairs of cool socks.

Washington, D.C. Will Soon Be Home to a Photography-Themed Bar

Kirstin Fawcett

It will reportedly even include a working darkroom.

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Newlywed Checklist: 9 Things to Take Care of After You Tie the Knot

Presented by Allstate.

Experience the Stop-by-Stop Sounds of the London Underground

Shaunacy Ferro

The Next Station explores London transportation through soundscapes.

WWI Centennial: Romania Joins Allies, Fall Of Falkenhayn

Erik Sass

Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 248th installment in the series.

50 Spanish-English False Friend Words

Judith B Herman

Sometimes words with the same origin take a separate path in each language, or words with different origins resemble each other by coincidence. That can mean trouble.

Amtrak Will Introduce New High-Speed Trains in 2021

Anna Green

In a few short years, travelers will be able to zip along the Northeast Corridor in a brand new fleet of high-speed Amtrak trains.

Some Catfish Are Eating A Large Amount of Mice, Study Finds

Anna Green

Lesser salmon catfish love gobbling up mice, just like cats.

Elephant Footprints Are Swimming Pools For Invertebrates

Anna Green

Every time an African elephant takes a step, it inadvertently creates a home for other animals.

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