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Watch the World's Largest Bronze Bell Maker Casts Its Bells

Kirstin Fawcett

The Royal Eijsbouts bell foundry in Asten, Netherlands, has created its melodious metal products since 1872.

5 Questions: The Tackle Shack

Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

Samsung’s New TV Stands on Its Own

Shaunacy Ferro

Why don’t more TVs have legs?

8 Visual Tricks to Make Any Space Feel Bigger

Presented by Allstate.

Pick the Name Used in These Expressions

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DNA of Tiny Lemurs Shows Big Changes in Madagascar’s Landscape

Kate Horowitz

Scientists comparing the genes of five species found that now-isolated habitats must have been joined in the distant past.

10 Fab Facts About George Harrison

Jeff Merron

The Evolution of the Joker Throughout Film History

Anna Green

Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, Mark Hamill, and Heath Ledger have all put their own unique spins on the villain.

The New Menu at This London Restaurant Is Written in Emojis

Michele Debczak

Not every emoji puzzle is easy to figure out.

Beat the Heat This Summer With a Sweet and Savory Meat Popsicle

Anna Green

Springbone Kitchen in New York City is now serving up refreshing icy popsicles made with beef bone broth.

13 Excellent Facts About 'Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey'

Roger Cormier

Like 'The Godfather: Part II,' some fans prefer this sequel to the original. Whoa!

Australia Will Be Home to the World's First 'Tesla Town'

Michele Debczak

The suburb will feature Tesla Powerwalls in every household.

Court Rules the Navy Must Reduce Use of Marine Life-Disturbing Sonar

Anna Green

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the regulation allowing the Navy to use its long-range sonar violates the Marine Protection Act.

‘Mom Jeans’ and ‘Ghosting’ Among New Terms Added to Dictionary.com

Kate Horowitz


Philadelphia Museum Displays Snippets of Presidential Hair

Kirstin Fawcett

Visitors can view the tresses of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and more.