Konstantin Baum opened and tasted a Burmester port wine that was 159 years old, bottled in 1863, and found that it was still good.
Jeremy Shuback looks at the origins behind the first world maps, pondering how they were so accurate despite the lack of world travel at the time.
The School of Life explains why it's important to feel the pain of past traumas in order to move forward in a productive life.
Justin of Fire of Learning explains the origins and meanings behind common last names (or surnames) in the Western world.
A graceful raven named Mordred at the Flamingoland Resort in Yorkshire performed a coordinated dance with her human in perfect sync.
Boylei Hobby Time created an amazingly detailed diorama of the iconic "Morning Glory Pool" hot spring at Yellowstone National Park.
Danish guitarist Soren Boedker Madsen performed a beautiful acoustic fingerstyle guitar cover of "Killing Me Softly With His Song".
North of the Border carved an amusing clay mashup combining the muscled body of The Incredible Hulk with the face, hands, and feet of Yoda.
OutHorse Your Email is a clever Iceland tourism campaign that recruits horses to respond to travelers' emails so they can disconnect.
Multitalented beatboxer MB14 (Mohamed Belkhir) performed all parts of a Middle Eastern song using only his mouth and throat.