The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
If you place these 11 three-letter groups in the correct order, you'll form three 11-letter words reading top-to-bottom.
Here's a "cool" idea for a refrigerator (heh) which actually doesn't use cooling at all to keep food fresh.
How to keep someone with you forever. If you've haven't yet been a victim of this sick system, it's only because you are young.
Beck Hansen has assembled a "Record Club" club which covers favorite songs and posts videos of the cover songs online.
Happy Bloomsday!! If you're not a James Joyce aficionado (or if you're not familiar with obscure holidays), June 16 is the day all of the events in Joyce's Ulysses take place.
I'm very excited to introduce the newest member of the mental_floss team, Swarthmore's Will Treece! Will's going to be helping us out this summer. Here's his
There was a time when movie props were worthless. When a film wrapped, the studio would often recycle props and costumes for use in other films, or sometimes simply throw them away.
I've been in plenty of Monopoly games that dragged on for hours, with one or two bankrupt players sitting on the sidelines, bored to death.
You may already be aware of the paper toy craze sweeping the Web. But for all those who aren't, consider this an introduction.
"¢Â The initial domestication of grapes took place in antiquity in what is now southern Turkey.
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country.
Only one three-letter word can be placed after each of the following letters to form common four-letter English words.
Ain't No Grave was Johnny Cash's final studio album, and its title track is a powerful farewell from a music legend.
Don Ritchie has spent fifty years trying to prevent suicides at the cliff top where he lives. He's managed to talk at least 160 people out of ending it all.
Tomorrow, people all over the world will be celebrating Bloomsday, a holiday named for Leopold Bloom, the main character in James Joyce's Ulysses.