ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.
The BCS pairings have been announced for this year’s football season, so here’s a question for you college football nuts: what NCAA school claims the most football national championships?
In each numbered entry below, repeating the same two-letter sequence in the first two blanks and the last two blanks of the entry will form a six-letter English word. Can you figure them all out?
The 25 Greatest Internet Memes of 2010.
The 2010 Grammy nominations were announced last week.
You may have heard that a batch of new $100 bills was recently misprinted (and if you haven’t, check out #1).
Welcome to day two of our week of giveaways from UncommonGoods! Today you're playing for a set of Ninjabread Men, which would certainly liven up your dessert table.
Cat food is serious business. Taking underutilized and low-value raw materials like animal byproducts and turning them into high-value foods can be, not surprisingly, very lucrative.
The CSI franchise makes it seem like detectives only need a few drops of blood, some saliva, or a strand of hair to close a murder investigation within 24 hours.
In 1952, Disney released the 7-minute cartoon "Applecore" featuring Donald Duck and Chip 'n Dale, the mischievous fast-talking chipmunks.
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We have a nice interview/contest today with someone you need to know about if you don't already.
I'm cavity-prone. It doesn't seem to matter how often I brush (twice a day) or floss (once) or visit the dentist for cleanings (every 4-6 months), I still end up with cavities.
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By changing one letter at a time to form different English words, and leaving all other letters in their original positions, convert WHITE into FLAKE in the fewest steps possible.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the US into World War II occurred 69 years ago today.
If you were waiting to see what the Chicago Tribune thought about Split Decision before picking up a copy, the verdict is in.