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Incredible Photos of a Melting Ice Hotel

Erin McCarthy

Every year, Lapland erects a hotel made of ice in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. And every year, when the weather turns warmer, the IceHotel melts back into where it originated: the Torne River.

Using Your New Commodore 64 (in 1982)

Escalators Were Once the Height of Entertainment

10 Houses Built Around Trees

Virginia C McGuire

Some might say that tree houses are just for kids, but the architects of these innovative homes might beg to differ.

The Heroes and Helpers of the Oklahoma Tornado

Miss Cellania

Amid all the awful news, there are amazing stories of how people stepped up to save lives and help victims through the devastation.

Morning Cup of Links: Hide-and-Seek Cats

Miss Cellania

Why Are There Two Pronunciations for 'G'?

Arika Okrent

Is It Possible To Think Without Language?

Arika Okrent

Language is so deeply embedded in almost every aspect of the way we interact with the world. What would our thoughts be like without it?

The Late Movies: Nostalgia Remix Videos

Chris Higgins

Bates Motel Recap: Episode 10, "Midnight"

Stacy Conradt

Wednesday is New Comics Day

Rich Barrett

The Missing Links: The Best YouTube Video You've Ever Seen

Colin Patrick

10 Artists Influenced by Edward Hopper's Nighthawks

Jennifer M Wood

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Right?

Disney Resorts Then and Now

Jill Harness

The world has changed a lot since Disneyland was originally opened in 1955, but the park itself may just exist in a magical bubble where time is only limited by the imagination.

50 Common Misquotations