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Watch Oprah’s Original Audition Tape From 1983

Shaunacy Ferro

Before she was a multi-billionaire or a media mogul, Oprah was just a young television host trying to land a new gig.

You Can Own Harriet the Spy's Fictional Home for $5 Million

Kirstin Fawcett

The nostalgic brownstone is located on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

7 Tips for Keeping Your Refrigerator Running Efficiently

Suzanne Raga

Our refrigerators are constantly at work keeping our food cold and safe to eat, but we rarely give them much love back.

You Should Totally Pee in the Shower

Andrew LaSane

You'll be doing the environment a favor.

Finland Thought They Might've Gotten Invaded

Jake Rossen

They didn't. But they did get free coffee.

You Could Sleep in Princess Diana’s Childhood Bedroom

Shaunacy Ferro

For just $25,000 a weekend.

The Best Amazon Deals We Could Find Today, May 31

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, May 31.

See the Future of Equine Medicine: A CT Scanner for Horses

Kate Horowitz

Equimagine technology surrounds a standing, conscious horse with moving, robotic cameras.

Bruges Now Has a Beer Pipeline

Jake Rossen

Belgium: Showing the rest of the world how it's done.

Here's Your First Look at Harry, Ginny, and Albus from 'Cursed Child'

Erin McCarthy

Next week, the curtain rises on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child's first preview in the West End—and to celebrate, Pottermore has released new portraits of the actors playing Harry, Ginny, and A

15 Facts About Clint Eastwood to Make Your Day

Roger Cormier

He went from begging Billy Wilder for a job to turning down playing James Bond and Superman.

Why Do We Kiss With Our Eyes Closed?

Kirstin Fawcett

It might be to focus on the subject at hand (or, well, at face).

Ingenious Tinkerers Create Real-Life Version of 'Pong'

Michele Debczak

'Pong' has officially come full circle.

In the Victorian Era, You Could Get a Job Delivering Meat to Cats

Caitlin Schneider

London's 19th century cats had it pretty good.