A super friendly cat gave encouraging high-fives to Crossfit gym membres in Hohhot City, Inner Mongolia (Northern China) as they ran by.
Adam Cole of the NPR series "Skunk Bear" explained how to find the most popular constellations in the summer sky using a 360° animation.
Laurence Fishburne read aloud a powerful, and at times, humorously deadpan letter from freed slave Jourdon Anderson to his former master.
Jack Coyne of Public Opinion sought to learn what happens when a toilet is flushed within the five boroughs of New York City.
Eddie White Jr. created Monster Maps, a wonderful series of town, city, state, and country maps illustrated as colorful monsters.
Sam Denby of Half as Interesting describes how the New York City Subway Lost and Found system functions and how well it works.
Kurzgesagt shows via vivid animation how cells can be corrupted by cancer, like the invasion of a city, starting with a single cell.
Grand Funk Railroad played a sold-out show in July of 1971 at Shea Stadium, performing their hit song "I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home)".
Public transit app Transit created the "NYC Subway Rat Detector", a map that shows at which subway stop the city's rats are most populous.
Flatbush Cats Is Raising Funds to Build Affordable Spay Neuter Clinic to Address Cat Overpopulation in NYC
The wonderfully compassionate people at Flatbush Cats are raising funds to build an affordable spay neuter clinic in Brooklyn.