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Colin Gorenstein is a former web producer for mental_floss whose work has appeared on Salon, Mashable, Village Voice and npr.org. He is probably running to Trader Joe's. Do you need anything?
Uno's color-coded guidelines may no longer be a barrier for colorblind card game enthusiasts.
The Strong Museum in Rochester, New York—also known as the “National Museum of Play"—is every toy-loving historian's dream come true.
Until their third month, babies can't actually identify facial features.
You've probably never seen a squid like this—or squinted so much to see one.
Yes, competitive hot air ballooning is a real sport.
A neon sign pioneer is spilling the secrets on what was once a secret craft.
The <em>Patagotitan mayorum</em> weighs as much as 12 African elephants.
Eyes are the window to the soul—and in India, they're also the key to mastering Kathakali, a traditional emotive dance native to the state of Kerala.
To understand how phone cases, windshields, and raincoats are all able to repel liquid, a good place to start is by examining nature—specifically, leafhoppers.
You might want to rethink the shape of your wine glasses.
Swans are the property of Queen Elizabeth II, who exercises a strict no-eating policy for the birds that dwell on London's River Thames.