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What Long-Dead Bees Can Tell Us About Our Ancestors

Kate Horowitz

The presence and contents of a fossilized nest suggest that Australopithecus africanus lived in a dry, savannah-like environment.

6 Early Versions of Classic Movies

Jay Serafino

No matter how much potential a movie might have, sometimes a studio just doesn't get it right the first time.

For Every Chiapas Coffee Sold This Thursday, Starbucks Will Donate a Tree

Anna Green

The National Coffee Day promotion is part of the company's commitment to help wipe out coffee rust—a fungus threatening coffee trees in Latin America.

Red Robin Unveils Pineapple Teriyaki Burger-Flavored Beer

Michele Debczak

…yum?

The Photo That Showed the World What the Hubble Space Telescope Could Do

Caitlin Schneider

The unusual decision to photograph nothing in particular revealed the early universe in all its glory.

16 Expletives We Should Definitely Bring Back

Arika Okrent

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' Is Currently the Most Performed Shakespeare Play

Anna Green

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' is the most frequently performed Shakespeare work since 2011.

Japanese Brewery Makes Beer That Tells You When to Drink It

Rebecca OConnell

These bossy cans tell you the exact moment you should crack them open.

Morning Cup of Links: The Worst of 'Star Trek'

Miss Cellania

Sell Your Furniture Online in 5 Simple Steps

Danielle Braff

Kill two birds with one stone: Make a profit while getting rid of your aging furniture.

Inuktitut, the Inuit Language Without an Alphabet

Kirstin Fawcett

The tongue is spoken among northern Canada's indigenous people. Here's how it's written.

5 Questions: Fall "Color" Tour

Questions:5
Available:Always
Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

30 GIFs That Capture What It’s Like to Move to L.A.

Shaunacy Ferro

Nothing distills the essence of looking for street parking like an endless loop.

15 of the Best Neighbors in History

Garin Pirnia

Happy National Good Neighbor Day!

Memorial to Fake Staten Island Ferry Octopus Attack Appears in NYC

Michele Debczak

The hoax has managed to fool a few tourists.

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