The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
One of the geekiest (and hence _flossiest) musicians out there is Brett Domino, the alter-ego of musician Rob J. Madin.
It's hard to say whether a photographic memory actually exists or not.
The book we're giving away today is Sacred Gifts, Profane Pleasures: A History of Tobacco and Chocolate in the Atlantic World.
When incoming freshmen head to college ready to have some fun before classes start, they often run up against a boring enemy: hours of tedious explanation of various school rules and policies.
If you've never seen "Herr Meets Hare," you really need to take 6 minutes today and watch this. It, er, heils from a time when the Warner Brothers' lunacy knew no bounds.
The reason I ask is because I have to decide whether or not I want one on a book I have coming out next year (my first novel -- trust me, I'll be pestering all of you to buy it when we're cl
It recently came to my attention that Christopher Walken has a history of doing spoken-word pieces, just reading stuff that sounds weird when he reads it (perhaps everything sounds weird when Walkeniz
There are everyday folks who spend their free time anonymously helping their communities -anonymous because they are costumed superheroes!
Using computers they borrowed from Google, an international team of mathematicians has discovered that every Rubik's Cube can be solved in 20 moves or less.
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If you thought that most people outgrow air guitar by the time they graduate high school, you'd be right...but that doesn't mean everyone matures at the same pace.
Today's Brain Game combines wordplay with celebrity names. We've taken famous folk whose last names begin with "S" and turned that letter into a possessive for the first name.
Sweet Memories: How Jelly Belly Invents Flavors.
In 1979, Steve Martin appeared in his first starring movie role. He played Navin R. Johnson in The Jerk, directed by Carl Reiner.
Every week, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of library-related items.
If you've been reading the Q10 for a while now, you probably already know that I have a somewhat strange obsession with visiting cemeteries when I travel, typically ones with people of interest r