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From Wafel Wafers to Belgian Breakfasts: A Brief History of Waffles

Jeff Wells

How a simple religious wafer took on new life as a decadent, topping-covered breakfast treat.

Want to Breathe Easier Indoors? Get These Houseplants

Shaunacy Ferro

New research finds that some plants are better than others at cleaning the air.

Moths Use Their Long Tails to Confuse Bat Sonar

Shaunacy Ferro


12 Facts About 'An American Tail'

Stacy Conradt

According to Roger Ebert, it was one of the most depressing children's movies of all time.

MIT Designs Cell Phones That Assemble Themselves

Michele Debczak

It just takes a few minutes of being knocked around in a tumbler.

Timelapse Captures the Grandeur of Yellowstone at Night

Caitlin Schneider

The park's signature geothermal activity is even better under a starlit sky.

10 Overlooked National Park Service Attractions You Can Visit

Megan Snyder

There’s more to the National Park Service than just parks.

Boston Just Won the Major League Quidditch Championship

Anna Green

The Boston Night Riders just won the Major League Quidditch world championship.

New Contemporary Art Exhibition Is Just For Dogs

Rebecca OConnell

Because pups need art too.

Morning Cup of Links: Conspiracy Theories

Miss Cellania

Here's some links for you and everyone else!

11 Toothy Facts About Gharials

Mark Mancini

Once a widespread predator, the strange, skinny-jawed gharial is now critically endangered and has been restricted to a handful of Nepalese and northern Indian rivers.

Introducing a Cassette-Shaped Table for Old School Music Fans

Kirstin Fawcett

Perfect for that friend who has everything.

5 Questions: Know Your Onions

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The Caribbean Emits a ‘Whistle’ That Can Be Detected from Space

Kate Horowitz

It's too big and low for us to hear, but researchers say the sea produces about an A flat.