John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
Today marks the 109th 106th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright's historic flight at Kitty Hawk.
If Sitcom Time progressed like real time, Bart Simpson would be 30 today.
Yesterday, you were shocked to learn how many amazing writers once called Brooklyn 'home.' (You were shocked, weren't you?) Today, we'll take a closer look at some of those writers
Artist Marc Tasman spent 10 years and 1 day taking a daily Polaroid, typically of himself, and has compiled the resulting pictures into a video (below).
Our Jan/Feb issue hits newsstands tomorrow (ish), so we're giving you another reason to go out and pick up a copy!
Whether it's by writing the law yourself or by falling victim to tragic circumstances that result in a law being created to save others from your fate, it takes a lot for a person to get their na
Many of you commented last week on our story about David & Goliath trademark disputes, so I thought it might be a good idea to update you on the status of one of those stories: The North Face v.
One year when I was very young, my mother took me to see Santa Claus at Miller's department store in Knoxville. They had a candy cane factory set up in the middle of the sales floor!
"¢Â Though often considered (or assumed) a Hawaiian food, the pineapple originally hails from Brazil.
I'm as big a fan of Christmas as the next person, but I'm wary of celebrating too much. I like a little eggnog, a few presents, a carol or two.
I watched one of my favorite goofy-fun "buddy" movies on TV recently, and after grabbing pen and paper and playing around with its title, I discovered an anagram that could feasibly have bee
Of the hundreds of exoplanets we know of, the one that most resembles earth is called GJ 1214b.
Everybody loves a goof-up on TV or in a movie.
I'm going to have to watch this on the sly at some point in the next week, because every time my husband walks in the room and sees it on TV, he starts making fun of me.
Testosterone has long been the black sheep of hormones—blamed for every bad behavior from aggression to greed to promiscuity. But a new study might change testosterone's bad boy