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The Controversy Over Crema | Espresso News and Reviews

<i>Because many of you are rightfully tired of us harping on the same topics (as are we!), today we introduce a refreshing guest post from Samantha</i> …

New York’s reigning pit maestros: Eight BBQ grill masters

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Central Park, New York

Map out your next trip to Central Park in New York with our handy rundown of the park’s must-see attractions. Whether you’re looking for free things …

How a Working-Class Couple Amassed a Priceless Art Collection

<b>By Jed Lipinski</b><p>Herb Vogel never earned more than $23,000 a year. Born and raised in Harlem, Vogel worked for the post office in Manhattan. He spent …

Art

8 Movies That Changed Movies

While most forms of storytelling have remained unchanged over the years—painters still use oil, writers still use words—motion pictures have …

Colbert's Commencement Address

Do you recall who the commencement speaker at your graduation was? I don't, but I'd remember if Stephen Colbert had been there, delivering this …

Can Animals Really Anticipate Natural Disasters?

In 2004, when an 810-mile swath of the Sunda megathrust fault ruptured beneath the Indian Ocean, it triggered a 9.1 magnitude undersea earthquake off …

Why Do We Say "The Butler Did It"?

<i>Reader Chris wrote in wondering how “the butler did it” became a mystery fiction cliche and who the first guilty butler was.</i><p>Two of the earliest …

Disney Resorts Then and Now

The world has changed a lot since Disneyland was originally opened in 1955, but the park itself may just exist in a magical bubble where time is only …

11 Common Words You're Probably Mispronouncing

Ever feel embarrassed when you don't know how to say a word? Don't be. Even the most fluent English speakers—and, ahem, political figures—stumble. …

Mary Magdalene

The Real Rules of Monopoly

Since the rules of <i>Monopoly</i> were very much instilled in all of us through a generational word-of-mouth, few people know the board game was intended to …

49 Hoaxes People Actually Believed - mental_floss on YouTube (Ep.12)

Hot Meals and Cold Cases: Solving Crimes at the Detectives’ Lunch Club

<b>By Matthew Shaer</b><p>On a brisk day last November, law enforcement professionals and forensic scientists crowded into a dining room at the Union League in …

Ruse of War: 6 Sneaky But Brilliant Strategies

War can be tricky—especially when done correctly. It's called Ruse of War, the act of clever tactic or deception on the battlefield. Think Trojan …

24 Great Gatsby Facts

<b>1.</b> Would a Great American Novel by any other name be as sweet? Based on the other titles F. Scott Fitzgerald considered for <i>Gatsby</i>, I’d have to say …

Why Do Shells Sound Like the Ocean?

<i>Kevin in Bentonville, Arkansas, wrote in to ask this question: "Why do you hear the ocean when you put a seashell up to your ear?"</i><p>All right, first …

Kansas City

Carl Sagan Puts Human History in Context

Carl Sagan's <i>Cosmos</i> is an intellectual touchstone: it provided a basic cosmological education for lots of Americans, including me as a child of the …

20 Hidden Jokes in Arrested Development

While <i>Arrested Development</i> was on the air in the early 2000s, it had a hard time finding regular viewers because the series' comedy was so layered. It …