The History Guy spoke about the culinary history behind such polarizing Halloween candy as black licorice, Circus Peanuts, and Candy Corn.
A diver with Scuba Ventures captured stunning footage of a rare jellyfish with a body like a beach ball off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
Marcin Wichary created an interactive typewriter simulator that lets users experience a little bit of what life was like before the computer.
The History Guy reflects on the long history of the dandelion, noting how it was once a useful medicinal plant before it was a pesky weed.
Matty Jordan shared amusing footage of a Coca-Cola that froze mid-pour as he stood outside in frigid -57°C (-71°F) weather in Antarctica.
PBS nature series "Dogs In the Wild" focuses on the fennec fox, and how this smallest wild dog in the world survives the desert.
Burl, the incredibly creative luthier of Burl's Art, hand crafted a colorful neck-through guitar out of 200 colored pencils.
The Beat Goes On gave a brief history of Rickrolling, the infamous meme that uses the Rick Astley song "Never Gonna Give You Up".
Talking Heads performed an early version of their hit song "Psycho Killer" during a now-legendary 1975 show at CBGB in New York City.
Matt Draper recounts how jazz musician Vince Guaraldi captured the sweet melancholy of Peanuts with his beautifully expressive instrumentals.