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The Mountain That Inspired "America the Beautiful"

Stacy Conradt

After a challenging hike, Katharine Bates penned the patriotic tune.

Artists Erect an Enormous, Glittering Sun Wheel in Porto City Center

Kate Horowitz

The art project, commissioned for a Christian festival, pays tribute to ancient pagan cults...for good reason.

13 Unfamiliar Facts About ‘Strangers on a Train’

Eric D Snider

Alfred Hitchcock’s perversely amusing thriller hit theaters 65 years ago.

The Man Who Tightroped Niagara Falls on Stilts

Stacy Conradt

On another momentous occasion, he crossed carrying an iron stove.

Designer Gives the Printer a Minimalist Update

Michele Debczak

This is a printer you'll actually want to own.

This Everyday Slime Is Full of Built-In Magic Tricks

Caitlin Schneider

Watch it defy gravity.

10 Fast Facts About the First Corvette

Stacy Conradt

Happy birthday to the Corvette, which turns 63 today!

Watch a Man Eat Civil War Rations From 1863

Anna Green

One YouTube user eats an actual piece of hardtack made for Union soldiers over a century and a half ago.

Welcome to Canada Day (and a Half) 2016

Bess Lovejoy

We’ve got primers on how to speak Canadian, read Canadian, eat Canadian, what to call Canadians from various parts of the country, and what to do if you spot a Canadian monster.

5 Questions: Trixie Belden

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This Megalodon Sculpture Looks Like a Wes Anderson-esque Submarine

Rebecca OConnell

It's made with a salvaged wing fuel tank from a F-94 bomber plane and other found materials.

8 Things That Could Be Slowing Your Computer Down

Jake Rossen

Your sluggish laptop might just need a good cleaning.

Morning Cup of Links: Before and After the Earthquake

Miss Cellania

Great links, got 'em right here!

The 12 Best Comics of 2016 (So Far)

Rich Barrett

We single out the 12 best comics from the first half of 2016.

Israeli Lifeguard Finds 900-Year-Old Oil Lamp on Beach During Morning Jog

Kirstin Fawcett

Even though hundreds of years had passed, archaeologists could still detect signs of wear and soot on the lamp’s opening.

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