- … that the Meems Bottom Covered Bridge (pictured) is the longest covered bridge in the U.S. state of Virginia?
- … that, in 1747, German educator Johann Julius Hecker started a high school that prepared students for careers in practical fields and emphasized hands-on instruction instead of rote learning?
- … that the species name for rattlesnake root honors the Seneca people, who used the plant to treat snakebite?
- … that the first British victim of World War I, Henry Hadley, was shot by a Prussian officer before the United Kingdom entered the war?
- … that the associate producer of Grotesque was Linda Blair, who also starred in the film?
- … that after suddenly losing his vision at age 17, Gustavo Nieves Campello left football to compete in athletics?
- … that the title of Nabiha‘s song “Mind the Gap” can refer to the gap between her front teeth, and was inspired by warning signs in the London Underground stations?