Jake Rossen is a writer, editor, and curator of fine comic strip art. (Except Garfield.) His byline can be found within the pages of The New York Times, ESPN.com, Wired.com and a slew of health and fitness-related publications.
Get everything in writing. ... READ ON
Michael Hoban designed costumes for Elvis, but it was a trip to the bowling alley that really refined his style.... READ ON
The Master of Suspense refused to let anyone see 'Rear Window' for over two decades. ... READ ON
With a 3-D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.... READ ON
Jefferson Airplane thought they had the market cornered on flying toasters. ... READ ON
When Margaret Atwood got tired of long book tours, she developed a pen that would sign books for her long-distance.... READ ON
What happens when a skunk sprays another skunk? We asked the one man who would know.... READ ON
Never, ever take the first appointment of the day. ... READ ON
Sean Astin's mom threw out his original map from 'The Goonies.'... READ ON
Ready to buy a new car? You should take it to the grocery store first. ... READ ON
In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.