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The Property Brothers Want To Be On Every Screen You’re Watching

Television brought Drew and Jonathan Scott fame with their home-and-design show, Property Brothers, which debuted in 2011. They’ve had television spin-offs since then, most notably Brother vs. Brother. But they’ve become Internet sensations by creating content completely disparate from their TV pursuits.

An Awesome Retro-Futuristic NES (That Will Cost You $500)

The Analogue Nt is no emulator. It’ll use your old Nintendo cartridges, work with your old light gun when you want to play Gumshoe, and it has the same core guts as the original Nintendo Entertainment System. But this one has four controller ports instead of two, as well as some add-on components and features that help it catch up to today’s TVs and consoles.

Why We Believe In Aliens Abductions

It’s no coincidence that alien abductions, which presumably never happen, are described so consistently. Inside the neurological patterns that bring extraterrestrial fears to life.

How Greece's 'No' Vote Could Affect The Country

Officially, today's referendum in Greece asked whether to accept a European bailout proposal from the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund (collectively known as the Troika). But it was really about broader questions about Greece's economic future, and whether that future would be in the European club or outside of it.

What Was TV’s Best Year? There’s One Clear Choice

Television experts agree: we’ll never have a year like 1994 again.

Was John Hancock’s Signature Too Big? Or Was Everyone Else's Too Small

We hold this truth to be self-evident: John Hancock’s signature on the Declaration of Independence was too big. But what if the problem wasn’t that Hancock’s signature was too large — it was that everyone else’s was unnecessarily small?

The Secret World Of Tennis Gambling

One study concludes over 20 first-round pro tennis matches are fixed every year. Why? Because it's almost too easy to throw a match.

Can Religion And Science Coexist?

A new book by the evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne tackles arguments that the two institutions are compatible.

Greece Heads Towards Historic No Vote Against Austerity Measures

Greece is on the brink of a historic no vote against the austerity measures demanded by its international creditors, according to the first opinion polls published with minutes of the pooling booths closing on Sunday. The result, if confirmed on Sunday evening, risks plunging Europe deeper in to crisis and will send shock waves across global financial markets.

Meet The Woman Who Discovered Bob Ross

Annette Kowalski is probably 70-something years old, but I don’t know for sure because she wouldn’t disclose the exact number.

Greece Votes On Its Future In Economic Referendum

Greek voters went to the polls Sunday to decide whether to accept bailout terms imposed by international creditors. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is calling for a "No" vote to reject harsh austerity measures, which would almost certainly lead to Greece's exit from the Euro zone. A "Yes" vote would make continued aid more likely, though a previous offer from creditors might not be available after Greece missed a payment on its debt last week.

This Might Be The Only Bar In The World Devoted To Women's Soccer

There are plenty of bars in Portland near Bazi Bierbrasserie serving up AC alongside craft beer and tasty happy-hour eats. Most of those bars are even showing the Women’s World Cup. So why are hundreds willing to pack into this particular one?