Joined: Aug 20, 2015
After attempting to finish a novel when she was 6 years old, Maggie Malach found herself in a career where she gets to write about pop culture for places like Mental Floss, Bustle, PopCrush, and AOL Music. Her hobbies include searching for the best chicken pot pie in New York City and never swiping her MetroCard correctly on the first try.
In honor of World UFO Day (on July 2), here are 12 accounts of flying objects that remain fascinating for believers and skeptics alike.
Channel your inner Popeye.
We've come a long way since the days of snow shoes.
Who needs the scent of evergreens or freshly baked cookies when your home could smell like calamine lotion and divorce papers?
All across America, rumors swirl surrounding weird experiences at some of the most trafficked places in the country—retail stores.
Don't try this at home.
No, it's not to make them more terrifying.
Two Canadians claim to have invented the popular foam toy.
We all scream for adult ice cream.
After a long, snowy winter, it’s hard to resist the allure of warm summer days. Of course, they can come at a cost—including a sunburn. While it’s a well-known advisory for humans to slather on that SPF before taking in the rays, what about animals?
Designer Eric McMillan decried traditional playgrounds as "architectural graveyards … They've been built by adults who've forgotten how to play."
The pageant winners who once reigned over New York’s public transit.