Some of them are comparable in size to the famous Nazca Lines in Peru.
The creators revisit their hit game 25 years later.
It's deep, wide, and named after a "Star Wars" character.
It was meant to be a seafood paradise.
On the American frontier, dinner might have been vinegar pie, bear meat, or nothing at all.
One of the world's most hazardous jobs is known for its intense pressure.
Does a millennium-old manuscript hold the key to hidden, awe-inspiring places?
With new technologies, scientists are looking for clues in manmade “terra preta.”
Mauro Morandi has been the sole resident of Budelli, Italy, for decades, but that time may be coming to an end.
On Washington Island, drinking Angostura shots is the rule, not the exception.
How pitch, tonality, and celebrity imitation have portrayed cluelessness.
From brewing tea to making shipping containers.
What if concrete could heal itself from the inside out?
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Author Geoff Manaugh shares his picks for Three Obscure Days in Los Angeles.
As viral images, the so-called "spomeniks" of the former Yugoslavia are often taken out of context.
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600 years in the history of trousers.
It's a word that only appears once in a work, author's oeuvre, or an entire language's written record.
Some methods are easier than others.
Tablescaping, as it's known, combines creativity and meticulousness.
In Las Huertas Canyon, northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, there is a cave that was once touted as holding astounding evidence of the earliest inhabitants...
The true legacy of the Cornell professor who invented the chicken nugget.
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When will the party end for online poker's refugees?
It's all about climate change, retreating glaciers, and newly exposed rock.
The minutiae of restoring 18th-century technology.
There's an art and science to making one sound seem more urgent than another.