Fewer enemies. Fewer. Light spoilers for the May 10 episode of Game of Thrones!
The most pressing domestic issue of our time.
Hug your editor / for National Grammar Day / They make you look smart.
Four beautiful illustrations of Ron, Hermione, Hagrid, and Malfoy from the upcoming full-color edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, due out in October 2015.
Seat belts and seahorses and cell phones have divided the BuzzFeed copy desk. We need you to help us decide how they should be written.
I got 99 problems but a serial comma ain’t one.
How much would you pay to live on Muggle Lane?
While its first-quarter attendance dropped 13% and revenue fell 11% year-over-year, the company is laying the groundwork for parks in the Middle East. They would be the marine entertainment giant’s first attraction outside of the United States.
So you think you’re a wizard?
Reports that two wild-caught orcas would be on display during the 2014 Winter Olympics had sparked outrage.
The BuzzFeed Style Guide aims to provide a prevailing, and evolving, set of standards for the internet and social media.
PETA and other animal-rights activists are outraged that a float celebrating SeaWorld’s 50th anniversary is scheduled to appear in the Thanksgiving parade.
A decision on SeaWorld v. OSHA is expected in the next few months, though its outcome doesn’t seem likely to save a lone captive orca at Miami’s Seaquarium.
In honor of the man’s 68th birthday. Keep on rockin’ in the free world, Neil.
A campaign launched on crowdfunding site Indiegogo in mid-October promises to create clothing that acts as a deterrent to sexual assault. “Confidence and protection that can be worn.”
In honor of J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter’s birthday, here’s a quiz for only the truest of fans.
Yes, albums. Coming off a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, the Brooklyn musician is releasing two new albums, starting his own label imprint, and will inevitably be unceasingly busy for the foreseeable future.
“Pledging and getting hazed is horrible. But there’s a reason it’s not going anywhere soon,” a Sigma Delta Tau sorority alumna writes in a piece published in Cosmo late last week.