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How Christmas Is Celebrated Around the World
Thought dreaming of sugarplums was a bit strange? These odd seasonal traditions take the fruitcake.
Let’s Talk About Santa’s Sleep Issues
Might want to leave Kris Kringle some caffeine this Christmas.
Cults, Conspiracies and the Twisted History of Sleepytime Tea
There's a strange story behind that cup of Celestial Seasonings.
Behind the Blacklight: An Oral History of MTV's "Roomraiders"
Before social media squashed the concept of TMI, before the Great Recession flatlined the country and before everyone stopped going to the mall, weekdays at 4:30 belonged to the teens with blacklights.
A Brief History of How We Slept, From 8,000 BCE to Today
Before you complain about sleeping conditions and nightly noise, consider the pre-industrial revolution days when nights were mostly miserable.
Oh, So You're Staying Over?
On the ins, outs and in-betweens of the first post-sex sleepover.
11 Mythical Sleep Creatures from Around the World
The things that go bump in the night, from Asia to the Americas.
Can Sharing Your ‘Crazy Dream from Last Night’ Ever Be Funny?
We asked four comedians — who make the mundane interesting for a living — if it's possible.
The Anxious Person's Guide to Being Home Alone at Night
Some adults are afraid of the dark...I've heard.
Why the Hell Did the Grandparents in "Willy Wonka" Sleep Four to a Bed?
In honor of the film's 45th anniversary, we answer this very pressing question.