The history of American newspapers is a vibrant one, and the publications that fill it have had some pretty colorful names to match. ... READ ON
On a cart in Anna Dhody’s office sits a small, innocuous box marked “caramel Danish rolls.” Open it up, though, and you won’t find a pastry; instead, there’s a human skull nestled inside. Nearby, there’s another cardboard box—this one labeled “brain slices”—and on the bookshelf sits a jar of dried human skin. The presence of these items might seem pretty weird—if not alarming—under typical circumstances, but this is not a typical office. ... READ ON
These parks might not be the happiest places on earth, they just might be some of the weirdest.... READ ON
People will crowdfund anything these days.... READ ON
Employees had to work at the same time and wear the same outfit, and if one called out sick, the other twin was forced to take the day off.... READ ON
The eye chart with the big "E" on top is called a Snellen Chart.