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The Missing Links: Frosty Cold Facts About Beer

Colin Patrick

6 People Who Went to Great Lengths for Their Pranks

Julie Winterbottom

As April Fools’ Day approaches, here are six people who went to great lengths to pull some one-of-a-kind pranks.

The Best Video Game Consoles (of 1990)

Chris Higgins

How the U.S. Army Made War with the Language of Peace

Arika Okrent

In the 1950s and 60s, the U.S. Army conducted training exercises using an imaginary enemy named, quite simply, Aggressor.

Retrobituaries: Leonard Stringfield, Ufologist

David W Brown

How to spot a UFO from the ground: Look up. Do you see something that you cannot identify? You have spotted a UFO. Leonard Stringfield did a little better than that.

Early Adopter Beware: 7 Huge First Gen Products

Jeremy Gordon

As tempting it may be to be the first in your circle to purchase and use a new product, there’s reason to abstain until the kinks of a first generation model have been worked out.

45 Odd Facts About U.S. Presidents

Erin McCarthy

What's the Difference Between Table Salt and Kosher Salt?

Daven Hiskey

In truth, not much. The primary ingredient to both, not surprisingly, is sodium chloride. In fact, the U.S.

Brain Game: Green Beans

Sandy Wood

Bates Motel Recap, Episode 2: "Nice Town You Picked, Norma."

Stacy Conradt

The Late Movies: Happy Birthday, Leonard Nimoy!

Erica Palan

World War I Centennial: The Fall of Adrianople

Erik Sass

How Mondo Posters Get Made

Erin McCarthy

If you're a fan of movies, you've probably heard of Mondo, the Austin, Texas-based shop that creates incredibly artistic posters for movies that make typical one-sheets look like child'

The Missing Links: The Art of Movie Opening Titles

Colin Patrick

What the Internet Looked Like in 1995

Chris Higgins