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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

Make Your Own Etch A Sketch

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: Dear Neighbor

Sandy Wood

16 Simple Concepts Made Simpler on Simple Wikipedia

Arika Okrent

Simple English Wikipedia was launched in 2003 as a resource for "people with different needs, such as students, children, adults with learning difficulties and people who are trying to learn Engl

Why Do We Say "The Butler Did It"?

Matt Soniak

18 Outlandish Uses of Real and Fake Body Parts on Etsy

Therese Oneill

For millennia, artists have been using the human body as a source of inspiration. Here are some of the more innovative uses of the human body, actual and symbolic, available for purchase on Etsy.

10 American Movies That Won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival

Rudie Obias

The 66th annual Cannes Film Festival is in full swing. Although Cannes is an international film festival, flicks from the United States often win the festival’s grand prize.

The Missing Links: The Amazing Surfing Dog

Colin Patrick

Tips for Keeping your Tenement Tidy (in 1911)

Arika Okrent

Mabel Hyde Kittredge, activist and founder of the hot lunch program for public schools in New York, was the Martha Stewart of tenement living.

T-Shirt Tuesday: Gatsby Liquors

Erin McCarthy

5 Legendary Art Trials

the mag Clay Wirestone

Taking masterpieces to court is a tradition as old as the legal system. So is letting them off the hook.

12 Things We've Enhanced With Caffeine

Amanda Green

What's the buzz? Caffeine's now available in just about everything.

Why Is There So Much Poop in Swimming Pools?

The Week

Who would've guessed Caddyshack would prove so prophetic?