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101 Masterpieces: The Feminine Mystique

the mag

Before Betty Friedan could escape her marriage, she had to start a revolution.

Bee City: A Kooky, Sweet Educational Film

Chris Higgins

FDR's Weather Machine

the mag

Franklin Roosevelt wasn’t a president who took climate change lightly.

Amazing Bridges that Save Wildlife

Jill Harness

How Long Does DNA Last?

Roma Panganiban

Retrobituaries: Jack Cover, Inventor of the Taser

David W Brown

You might not know Jack Cover, but you’re probably familiar with the Taser, a device he invented to help stop airplane hijackings.

Morning Cup of Links: Funny Food Failures

Miss Cellania

14 Weird and Wacky Vintage Valentines

Erin McCarthy

They don't make love notes like they used to.

The Late Movies: All You Need is Love

Erica Palan

The Curious Tradition of Valentine's Day Hate Mail

Stacy Conradt

In the mid-1800s, vinegar valentines were a popular way to burn that special someone in your life.

10 Things You Might Not Know About North Korea

David W Brown

Get to know the country on the other side of that multi-kiloton nuclear bomb that was tested yesterday.

How You Can Help Name Pluto's Two New Moons

The Week

P4 and P5 need new names. How does Cerberus sound? Or Styx?

The Missing Links: A Tribute to Every Best Picture Winner

Colin Patrick

6 Carnival Traditions from Around the World

Laura Steadham Smith

From the masked intrigues of Venice to the vibrant pulse of Rio de Janeiro, Carnival is celebrated the world over.

Bringing Science Fiction to Mardi Gras

Miss Cellania