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How Dubstep Works

How do you tell dubstep from other types of electronic music? What does it mean to "wobble," anyway?

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  • 10 Fabulous Fads from the 1950s
    10 Fabulous Fads from the 1950s

    Even if you weren't around in the 1950s, you're probably familiar with these 10 short-lived but long-loved pieces of golden-decade pop culture. See more »

  • 5 Mind-blowing Flash Mobs
    5 Mind-blowing Flash Mobs

    Flash mobs have taken on a life of their own, occurring all over the world and involving tens of thousands of participants. Which five stand out from the rest? See more »

  • Are there real-life fight clubs?
    Are there real-life fight clubs?

    At the end of the day, do you like to unwind with a cold drink? Perhaps a bubble bath or a nice, long walk? If beating someone to a bloody pulp is more your style, you may be in luck: A real-life fight club could be just a Web search away. See more »

  • Disco Music Quiz
    Disco Music Quiz

    Do you love to boogie? Are you part of the population of funkytown? If you've spent a lot of time on the dance floor, then this is the quiz for you. In this quiz, we'll give you a line from a classic disco song, and you give us the name of the artist that recorded it. See more »

  • Fact or Fiction: The Moonwalk
    Fact or Fiction: The Moonwalk

    Does the mere mention of Michael Jackson’s signature dance move have you itching to get out on the dance floor (or your kitchen floor)? Before you try to master the moonwalk, find out how much you know about its history with this out-of-this-world quiz. See more »

  • Fact or Fiction: Zoot Suits
    Fact or Fiction: Zoot Suits

    At first, zoot suits were just another fashion statement, a way for their largely African American and Mexican American wearers to identify themselves as hip and trendy. But zoot suits came to mean much more, regarded alternately as unpatriotic uniforms during World War II and symbols of resistance and independence. Test your knowledge of zoot suits and their significance here. See more »

  • Flash Mobs: Marketing Strategy or Genuine?
    Flash Mobs: Marketing Strategy or Genuine?

    While the flash mob phenomenon started as an experiment in the power of online chatter, the advertising industry quickly embraced it and used it to promote products, causes and organizations. Can you distinguish the mobs that were born of genuine passion versus marketing? See more »

  • Hippie Heyday: The Ultimate Flower Power Quiz
    Hippie Heyday: The Ultimate Flower Power Quiz

    In the mid-1960s, the hippie counterculture developed in the United States, initially focused around civil rights demonstrations and anti-Vietnam War protests. Hippies' antiviolent, free love ethos sprang from the concept of "flower power," which advocated for peace, not war. See more »

  • How Animated Tattoos Work
    How Animated Tattoos Work

    Learn about the hardware behind animated tattoos, how they are implanted into the body and explore some of the safety issues associated with animated tattoos. See more »

  • How Beehive Hairdos Worked
    How Beehive Hairdos Worked

    Marge Simpson rocks a beehive, as do the ladies of the B-52s. After more than half a century, it's a hairstyle that's still guaranteed to draw attention. See more »

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