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Rarely Seen Sketches by Architect Zaha Hadid Go on Display in London

Shaunacy Ferro

An exhibit at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery showcases the architect's artwork from before her first building was erected.

12 Hilarious Holiday Cards to Send This Season

Alvin Ward

Isn't laughter the greatest gift of all?

English Pub Owner Bans Ugly Christmas Sweaters

Rebecca OConnell

The crackdown on holiday attire kicks in after 8 p.m.

11 Brilliant Gifts for the Explorer in Your Life

Laurel Leicht

Gear guaranteed to make any wilderness enthusiast’s outings more comfortable and way more fun.

Morning Cup of Links: The Groundbreaking 'Harry Potter' Fandom

Miss Cellania

Great links for everyone!

This Origami-Inspired Measuring Spoon Folds to Four Different Sizes

Kirstin Fawcett

Why clutter your kitchen drawers with four measuring spoons when you only need one?

11 Skills You'll Need Before You Head Into the Wild

Presented by HISTORY.

5 Questions: Pearl Harbor

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'The New York Times' Will Print an All-Puzzle Section for the Holidays

Shaunacy Ferro

The one-time feature will contain 30 different puzzles.

Anatomy of a Resume: 9 Tips for Making Yours Stand Out

Presented by Allstate.

From Bondage to Brains: A Cultural History of Zombies

Janet Burns

Whether you’re deeply invested in their modern lore or roll your eyes at the mere thought of undead fever, there’s no denying it: zombies have infiltrated pop culture.

The First (And Last) Serious Challenge to the Electoral College System

Adrienne Crezo

No election cycle would be complete without a debate over whether or not the Electoral College should be abolished.

Wisconsin Mall Features Santa Who Can Sign

Arika Okrent

Deaf kids who visit the Regency Mall in Racine, Wisconsin, this year will have a chance to tell Santa what they want directly.

Paris Plans to Sell Love Locks and Donate the Proceeds to Refugee Groups

Kirstin Fawcett

Around 11 tons of locks cut from the city's bridges will be sold to members of the public in 2017.

Johnny Depp and David Lynch Help Teen with Cancer Make a Horror Film

Kirstin Fawcett

"The Black Ghiandol" features love, heartbreak, and zombies.

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