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How to Master Archery

Our eight-part Be More Interesting series will teach you new skills to wow your friends. Today, Max Silvestri learns how to master archery.

What’s the Difference: Orchestra, Symphony, and Philharmonic?

Lucas Reilly

Remember when your brain exploded after your fourth grade math teacher told you “every square is a rectangle, but not every rectangle is a square!” It’s kind of like that.

Morning Cup of Links: The Princess Bride Trivia

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The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 120

Mark Arminio

11 Fun Facts About the Beatles

Meg Boeni

Crowd up for a Magical Mystery Tour through the backstories of the boys from Liverpool.

The Largest Versions of 8 Delicious Foods

Kelly Carroll

Ever use the expression “my eyes were bigger than my stomach”? This list of some of the world’s largest food really puts that maxim in a new light.

The Missing Links: What Hef and Mark Twain Have in Common

Colin Patrick

The Art of Hay Sculpture

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10 Things Kids Shouldn't Do According to an 1819 Book of Cautionary Tales

Erin McCarthy

Childhood can be a dangerous time—especially if kids insist on not listening to their parents.

There’s Poop on the Moon

Matt Soniak

Twelve astronauts have been on the surface of the Moon.

11 Jem (and Jerrica) Dolls From the '80s and Today

Kate Erbland

Like any proper star of stage and screen, Jem’s essence has distilled down to doll size a number of times over the years, including a run of dolls in the eighties and a brand new line that’s not even

Morning Cup of Links: Put Me in the Movies

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How Did the Seasons Get Their Names?

Daven Hiskey

September 22 marked the fall equinox, which got us wondering: Why do we call the seasons Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter?

Rediscovered Jim Henson Film from 1961: "Drums West"

Chris Higgins

On This Date in 1983, Stanislav Petrov Single-Handedly Prevented Nuclear War

Erin McCarthy

On September 26, 1983, one man single-handedly prevented nuclear war.