- These Mini Bluetooth Speakers Are Shaped Like Your Favorite Fictional Characters
The best small Bluetooth speakers just might be the ones shaped like Baby Yoda and Baby Groot from Bitty Boomers.
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- What Exactly Is Horseradish Sauce?
Prepared horseradish and horseradish sauce aren’t the same thing.
- 2 days ago 2 Oct 23, 8:00am -
- 13 Hallmark Christmas Movie Locations You Can Visit
Hallmark's Countdown to Christmas kicks off on Friday, October 20. Here are some film locations to visit to get in the holiday spirit.
- 2 days ago 2 Oct 23, 7:00am -
- 10 Great Period Pieces to Add to Your Watch List
These period pieces range from illicit romances to high-society murder mysteries.
- 3 days ago 1 Oct 23, 7:00am -
- What’s the Kennection? #82
All five answers to the questions below have something in common. Can you figure it out?
- 4 days ago 30 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- Dollar Baby: Why Stephen King Sells the Rights to His Work to Up-and-Coming Filmmakers for Just $1
The Dollar Baby contract is Stephen King’s way of helping film students adapt his stories without financial barriers.
- 4 days ago 30 Sep 23, 7:00am -
- Bummer: A Brain-Infesting Worm in Rats Can Also Attack Humans
The CDC is giving people a very good reason to wash their produce.
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 4:00pm -
- Make This Oat Milk Pumpkin Spice Latte at Home and Skip the Coffeeshop Line
You don't need barista experience to make a professional-quality pumpkin spice latte in your home kitchen.
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 2:00pm -
- Debunked: The Empire State Building Didn’t Actually Light Up for Taylor Swift’s “Ketchup and Seemingly Ranch”
The Empire State Building seemingly lit up for "ketchup and seemingly ranch." But not everything is as it seems.
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 12:42pm -
- Lost Soles: When Concealed Shoes Kept Witches Away
The folk magic tradition of concealing shoes to trap witches probably started in the Middle Ages.
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 12:00pm -
- 8 Facts About Polar Explorer Roald Amundsen
Roald Amundsen was the first person to reach the South Pole—and that's not all.
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- Rhyming Is Encouraged in the New Dr. Seuss Edition of ’Scrabble’
You can play Dr. Seuss ‘Scrabble’ here or there—you can play it anywhere!
- 5 days ago 29 Sep 23, 10:00am -
- Can You Spot the Egg Hiding in This Baked Goods Brainteaser?
You don't have to be a star baker to ace this hidden image puzzle.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 5:00pm -
- Le Creuset Is Having a Huge Fall Sale—and It’s Your Chance to Save Big on Casserole Dishes and More
During Le Creuset’s Fall Bake Sale, you can get top-rated cocottes, casserole dishes, and more for up to 30 percent off.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 3:30pm -
- A Danish Artist Commissioned to Create Art Addressing Labor Struggles Sent Two Blank Canvases
Jens Haaning was paid to create art. He submitted two blank pieces and titled them ‘Take the Money and Run.’
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 2:00pm -
- ‘Rizz,’ ‘Girlboss,’ and 23 Other Terms Merriam-Webster Just Added to the Dictionary
Knowing the meaning of ‘rizz’ can help you connect with the Gen Zers in your life.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 1:00pm -
- When the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Went On a Live Concert Tour
In 1990, kids went crazy for lip-syncing Turtles who were rocking out live on stage—and trying not to pass out in the process.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 12:00pm -
- 11 Unique Headstone Inscriptions
The occupants of these noteworthy graves made sure their final words were memorable.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- The Top Free Tourist Attraction in Each State
From world-class museums to stunning national parks, here are the top-rated free tourist attractions in all 50 states.
- 6 days ago 28 Sep 23, 9:00am -
- Love Candles? You Can Get Select Scents From Yankee Candle on Sale for Half Off
Love Yankee Candle? Thanks to this early October Prime Day deal, you can get select large jar candles for half off.
- 7 days ago 27 Sep 23, 5:30pm -
- 10 Misconceptions About the 1950s
The ‘50s weren't all nuclear families with white picket fences and questionable Jell-o recipes.
- 7 days ago 27 Sep 23, 2:16pm -
- Shrek’s Swamp House in Scotland Is Coming to Airbnb—And It's Free
Shrek's swamp house is in the Scottish Highlands—and you can stay there for free.
- 7 days ago 27 Sep 23, 12:30pm -
- Why Don’t Cars Have Hood Ornaments Anymore?
Cars used to sport exquisite pieces of art on their hoods. What happened?
- 7 days ago 27 Sep 23, 8:00am -
- The Cannoli Incident: How One Capo in ‘The Godfather’ May Have Written Himself Out of the Sequel
“Leave the Gun, take the cannoli” was improvised by actor Richard Castellano. But a disagreement with director Francis Ford Coppola may have led to him being ousted from the sequel.
- 8 days ago 26 Sep 23, 2:00pm -
- Curtis Chillingworth, the Florida Judge Who Vanished From the Bench
Curtis Chillingworth was the most esteemed judge in Palm Beach County. But someone wanted him dead.
- 8 days ago 26 Sep 23, 12:00pm -
- 8 Historical Methods for Keeping the Dead in their Graves
People tried their best to keep the dead from rising again with scythes, chains, nails, and more.
- 8 days ago 26 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- Have the Hap-Hap-Happiest Holiday With the ‘Christmas Vacation’ Monopoly Game
Clark Griswold's hopeless holiday is now available in board game form.
- 8 days ago 26 Sep 23, 9:00am -
- These Are the 20 Tallest Skylines on Earth
From Dubai to New York City, these cities boast the world's tallest skyscrapers.
- 8 days ago 26 Sep 23, 7:00am -
- 10 Wonderfully Weird Muppet Duets
The Muppets have squared off against everyone from Johnny Cash to Celine Dion.
- 9 days ago 25 Sep 23, 3:00pm -
- Death & Horror: How BBC’s Controversial Sound Effects Album Became a Surprise Hit
The campaign to ban “Sound Effects No. 13 – Death & Horror” didn’t stop it from becoming the first sound effects album to break the UK Top 100 charts in the 1970s.
- 9 days ago 25 Sep 23, 12:00pm -
- 10 Haunting Dark Tourism Destinations From Around the World
From Auschwitz to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, these dark tourism destinations are fascinating—and definitely not for the faint of heart.
- 9 days ago 25 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- How Do Rocks, Metal, and Other Foreign Materials Get Into Our Food?
A bacteria-related food recall is troubling but understandable. It’s a little weirder when one involves golf balls.
- 9 days ago 25 Sep 23, 8:00am -
- 10 Surprising Facts About Wham!
With their brightly colored short shorts and ridiculously catchy songs, Wham! were the definitive pop group of the '80s—though they were initially seen as a political act.
- 10 days ago 24 Sep 23, 7:00am -
- What’s the Kennection? #81
All five answers to the questions below have something in common. Can you figure it out?
- 11 days ago 23 Sep 23, 7:28pm -
- 'Tortitude': Why Tortoiseshell and Calico-Patterned Cats Tend to Be Extra Feisty
Is your 'tortie' a sassy monster? You're not alone.
- 11 days ago 23 Sep 23, 9:00am -
- Amazon’s October Prime Day Is Coming Back—and Here Are All the Best Deals You Can Already Shop
Amazon’s October Prime Day is coming back. Find out everything you need to know about it, plus shop early deals on Apple, iRobot, and more.
- 12 days ago 22 Sep 23, 3:00pm -
- How UNICEF Transformed Halloween Trick-or-Treating
UNICEF is as big a part of Halloween as a carved pumpkin. Here's how that relationship began.
- 12 days ago 22 Sep 23, 2:00pm -
- Bob Ross’s First Made-For-TV Painting Has Surfaced—and It’ll Cost You $10 Million
How much are some happy little trees worth to you? One art dealer believes it's a small fortune.
- 12 days ago 22 Sep 23, 1:36pm -
- All 50 States, Ranked by the Median Age of Their Residents
Some states are considered old in terms of annexation date. Others are old because their residents are.
- 12 days ago 22 Sep 23, 11:00am -
- The Government Is Mailing Out Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests Again—Here’s How to Get Them
The USPS will soon be on its way with more government-issued at-home COVID test kits. Here’s how to make sure they stop at your door.
- 12 days ago 22 Sep 23, 9:00am -
- When Pepsi Tried Giving Away $1 Billion With the Help of a Chimp
The soft drink company teased consumers with a giant contest offer. But could they really pay it out?
- 13 days ago 21 Sep 23, 4:01pm -
- The Spookiest Urban Legend in All 50 States
From classics like the vanishing hitchhiker to creepy cryptids, ghostly vehicles, deadly curses, and some stuff you’ve probably seen on Facebook.
- 84 days ago 12 Jul 23, 2:00pm -
- 10 Facts about the History of Spiritualism
From spiritualism's beginnings at the Fox cottage to ectoplasm, so-called spirit photography, and beyond, here's what you need to know about this controversial cultural phenomenon.
- 11 Oct 22, 7:00am -
- The 12 Best Amazon Deals to Shop This Week
Searching for the best Amazon deals? You can get car accessories for as low as $5, plus save big on Yankee Candle, Sperry rain boots, and more.
- 16 Aug 22, 10:30am -
- Why Do People Say the Moon is Made of Cheese?
The moon-made-of-cheese rumor may have started with a hungry wolf and a crafty fox.
- 9 Feb 22, 10:16am -
- These 12 Artificial Christmas Trees Look Just Like the Real Thing—and Are Priced To Fit Any Budget
Discover the best artificial Christmas trees to fit your home décor and budget, whether you’re shopping for something snow-dusted or pre-lit.
- 18 Nov 21, 4:00am -
- 12 Killer Gifts for Fans of ‘Halloween,’ ‘Friday the 13th,’ and Other Classic Slasher Movies
These horror gifts are perfect for fans of '70s and '80s slashers like 'Halloween,' 'Friday the 13th,' and other gory flicks.
- 11 Oct 21, 1:10pm -
- Fat Bear Week 2023 Is Coming to Katmai National Park
Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve is kicking off its Fat Bear Week tournament—and the competition looks as fierce, and chonky, as ever.
- 1 Oct 21, 12:00pm -
- What Was the First Banned Book in History?
As is often the case when you look back into history, there’s more than one possible answer. But one of the leading contenders has a fairly predictable culprit: the Puritans.
- 27 Sep 21, 12:00pm -
- The Orionid Meteor Shower Will Light Up Skies in October: Here’s How to Catch It
The Orionid meteor shower is visible around the world, and this year it peaks the night of Saturday, October 21.
- 22 Sep 21, 10:00am -