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10 Facts About ‘Invasion Of The Body Snatchers’

Mark Mancini

The original pod people movie is turning 60 years old.

Why Do Bridesmaids Traditionally Wear the Same Dress?

Kate Horowitz

Most wedding traditions are pretty silly at their core, and this one is no exception.

The New LEGO 'Ghostbusters' Set Is Here

Rebecca OConnell

Who you gonna call? LEGO!

What's the Right Way to Make an Irish Coffee?

Clair McLafferty

Legend has it this cocktail was invented to calm the nerves of weary air passengers in the 1940s.

Show & Tell: Visconti Tarot Cards

Rebecca Onion

Created by a paranoid duke, these cards were used for entertainment, not mystical divination.

Arrange These Classic Works of Literature by Age

Take the quiz!

9 Extreme Super Bowl Party Recipes

Miss Cellania

Try something different to impress your guests this Super Bowl Sunday!

The Missing Links: The Greatest Super Bowl Gate-Crasher of All Time

Colin Patrick

This Breathalyzer Can Detect Tiny Traces of Chemical Compounds

Anna Green

Researchers are developing a breath analyzer that can sniff out illegal drugs and other chemicals.

Watch a New Documentary on Stanley Kubrick’s Early Days

Rudie Obias

Before ‘Full Metal Jacket,’ ‘A Clockwork Orange,’ or ‘2001,’ there was ‘Stanley Kubrick: The Lost Tapes.’

9 Surprising Secrets From Los Angeles History

Sam McPheeters

Forgotten street plans, the ashes of a martyr, and the origins of Doritos.

Oral History: The Strangest Super Bowl Halftime Show Ever

Jake Rossen

With a 3-D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Odd news stories from the past week you may have missed.

The Best (and Worst) Cities For Job Growth

Andrew LaSane

The top and bottom ten metro cities in terms of job creation.

Remains of Powerful Women Uncovered at Stonehenge

Kate Horowitz

Archaeologists say it’s wrong to assume the neolithic monument was a boys' club.

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