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The Story Behind Lewis Carroll’s Unsolvable Riddle

Paul Anthony Jones

The Mad Hatter’s riddle remains one of Lewis Carroll’s most enduring puzzles.

These Clever Jewels Help You Become a Walking Garden

Rebecca OConnell

Customizable jewelry for nature lovers.

11 Brilliant Gifts for the Kitchen Whiz in Your Life

Sarah Grossbart

Appetizing gifts perfect for your Martha Stewart-loving BFF, your culinarily gifted little bro, or just a coworker you’d like to bring in some treats.

Morning Cup of Links: 'A Charlie Brown Christmas'

Miss Cellania

Great links to last the entire weekend!

5 Questions: National Tree Lighting

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Pick the Geographic Locations of the 30 NBA Teams

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10 Ignominious Facts About 'The Scarlet Letter'

Joy Lanzendorfer

A few things you might not know about the high school English class staple.

Beethoven: The World's First Rock Star

Lucas Reilly

Thumbing his nose at authority and whipping crowds into a frenzy, he changed music forever.

The Original Reviews of 10 Classic Christmas Movies

Stacy Conradt

Whether you’re a Griswold fan or prefer the retro allure of Bedford Falls, there are certain movies that just make the holidays complete—but not all of them were always so popular.

A.C. Gilbert, the Toymaker Who (Actually) Saved Christmas

Jake Rossen

In 1918, the U.S. government threatened to close down toy factories and discourage gift-giving to shift focus toward the war. A.C. Gilbert wasn't having it.

13 Sleek Gifts for Graphic Designers

Rebecca OConnell

Give them a gift that celebrates their ability to make the world a prettier place.

Google Charts the Seasonal Patterns of Food Trends

Michele Debczak

“Pumpkin spice latte” searches spike earlier each year.

Amazon Has the Perfect Gift for James Bond Fans

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4 Money Moves to Make Before the End of the Year

Kate Rockwood

Avoid the holiday debt that most of us drag into the new year.

Nestlé Has Developed Technology to Use Less Sugar in Chocolate

Kirstin Fawcett

The breakthrough will reportedly let confectioners reduce the sweet stuff in products by as much as 40 percent.

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