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Morning Cup of Links: The Meaning of Frankenstein

Miss Cellania

Why Is It Called "Mischief Night"?

Nick Greene

7 Strange Historical Fashion Trends

Abbey Stone

5 Questions: I Am

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11 Art Greats Who Started Out as Street Artists

Jessica Allen

How a Single Mom Created a Plastic Food-Storage Empire

Jen Doll the mag

The story of Tupperware is a story of innovation and reinvention: how a new kind of plastic, made from an industrial waste material, ended up a symbol of female empowerment.

15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About 'A Nightmare on Elm Street'

Sean Hutchinson

WWI Centennial: Turning Point at Ypres, Turks Join Central Powers

Erik Sass

A Mile of Pi

Chris Higgins

20 Purrfect Products for Cats and Their Humans

Erin McCarthy Hannah Keyser

Here are a few things that you can buy to show your feline pride—and spoil that special kitten in your life.

The Missing Links: Strange Things Banned Around the World

Colin Patrick

Brain Game: The Fruit Bowl

Sandy Wood

10 Horrifying Demons and Spirits from Japanese Folklore

Victoria DeRosa

Oni (demons) and yurei (ghosts) have played a role in Japanese culture for thousands of years, and stories of new spirits continue to be told today.

Name the European Country Based on Three Letters

26 Not-So-Spooky Facts About Halloween

Alvin Ward

John Green dons a series of animal masks while delivering some Halloween history.