The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 666.
As an American, sometimes it's tough to know which commonly-used words and phrases are particular to America, and sound strange in other parts of the world.
After 19 innings on Tuesday night, an umpire at home plate may have made the worst call in Major League Baseball history.
I'd much prefer to see Hollywood put its CGI efforts toward big-scree
Quick, if you could pick any game show host to have on your side during a fight, who would it be? Bob Barker? C’mon. Everyone picks Bob Barker.
It's Thursday, it's late, it's time for everyone's most beloved musical quiz game: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common. Do you know what it is?
There are plenty of geeks at Comic-Con, but only a true fan would get a tattoo of his or her favorite comics, movies or other pop culture icons.
Welcome back to another installment! As you loyal readers know, each year I make a trip to the 99¢ store and bring my camera to bring you the best/funniest finds from my pilgrimage.
Some of the most important literary figures of the last century had previously made a name for themselves in athletics.
The Keret House, a proposed single-occupancy office and residence in Warsaw, Poland, will be built between two existing buildings and feature an interior width of only 72 centimeters (28.3 inches) at
Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there's something fun going on in your local library, leave us a
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As the Congressional debate over the debt ceiling rages on this week, more analysts are raising the question of what would happen if the country defaults on U.S.
In this hour-long video from 2001, sci-fi author Ray Bradbury gives the keynote address of The Sixth Annual Writer's Symposium by the Sea.
From Pablo Curutchet's 30' statues of cardboard men to Banksy's keeled over and dead phone booths, these 14 cool art installations are both eye-catching and interactive in a way that fe
Quick, what's this a picture of? Here's a hint: it's not a bird and it is a food product. In fact, it used to live under the ocean before it was cooked and photographed.
The mentalfloss.com Brain Game brings you Think Thursday, right on time.
Coca-Cola was named for the cocoa leaves and the kola nuts originally used for its flavoring.