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Watch This Homemade Hoverbike Take Flight

Andrew LaSane

See how this YouTuber designed and built a flying machine from scratch.

A Weasel May Have Shut Down the Large Hadron Collider

Kate Horowitz

No opponent is too big for a tenacious weasel.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Odd news stories from all over.

7 Makeup Tips You Should Know If You Wear Glasses

Dana Schwartz

Helpful tips for the sliding and staining that occurs when you're a farsighted fashionista.

President James Monroe Lived in a Mansion—Not a Humble Cottage

Kirstin Fawcett

Archaeologists had to re-think much of what they knew about Monroe's life when they uncovered a large stone house on his estate's grounds.

Australian Brewers Made Beer With Their Belly Button Lint

Shaunacy Ferro

Craft beer gets personal.

Insect Brains Are Conscious, Study Argues

Shaunacy Ferro

A pair of Australian researchers suggest that insects have something of a sense of self.

New College Grad? Here Are 10 of the Best Cities For You

Jake Rossen

Analytics have determined where you're most likely to find work, have fun, and spend less.

The Best Amazon Deals We Could Find Today, April 29

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, April 29.

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8 Oven-Ready Facts about DiGiorno

Suzanne Raga

It's not what?

How Madeline Sayet is Transforming the Way We Think About Shakespeare

the mag

As resident director of the arts organization Amerinda, 26-year-old Madeline Sayet is building a better future for Native American performers, helping them land more diverse and complex roles.

Why Do We Eat Junk Food When We’re Bored?

Kate Horowitz

Scientists say the discomfort of being bored drives us to seek out dopamine-stimulating sweet or fatty foods.

The Original 'Ghostbusters' Will Return to Theaters This Summer

Andrew LaSane

The classic film will return to select screens for two nights in June.

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