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A Closer Look at the World Series Trophy

Ethan Trex

The Boston Red Sox just won the World Series and are showing off their shiny new trophy. Here's a little history of the hardware.

5 Fancy Wine Pairings Lazy People Will Love

Jessanne Collins

You don’t have to hit the road—or even leave the couch, really—to experiment with the ancient science of flavor pairing.

My Favorite Astronaut Wrote a Book

Chris Higgins

32 Superstition Origins

Jason English

You know the superstitions. Do you know how in the world people came up with them?

5 Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

This week's most interesting comic book releases includes Neil Gaiman's return to The Sandman.

12 Stanley Kubrick Strategies for Perfecting a Film

Meredith Danko

Director Stanley Kubrick died in 1999, but he still remains an integral part of our culture today.

Nissan Passion Portraits of Our Halloween Favorites

Why Are Black Cats Considered Bad Luck?

Kate Erbland

The pesky belief that black cats are somehow bad luck has endured for entire centuries.

6 Bizarre Items Mailed Through the U.S. Postal System

DeAnna Kerley

Since the beginning of the U.S. Postal Service in 1775, mischievous citizens have constantly pushed the envelope when it came to challenging their local mailmen.

12 Wordplay Halloween Costumes

Miss Cellania

10 Book Sequels Not Written by the Original Authors

Emily Anna Smith

How to Feed the Hungry While Trick-or-Treating

Chris Higgins

Morning Cup of Links: Flying Trick-or-Treaters

Miss Cellania

What's the Origin of the “Sometimes, Always, Never” Rule for Buttoning a Suit?

Sometimes, always, never. If you’re a man wearing a three-button blazer, those are the only three words you need to know. But where did this fashion edict originate?

The 13 Top Haunted Houses in the U.S.

Stacy Conradt

Hauntworld.com has scoured the country for the scariest and weirdest haunted houses from coast to coast. Here are the attractions they've deemed most likely to make you pee your pants.