Barry Manilow did not write his hit "I Write the Songs."
File this under Strange Moments Captured in Historical Stock Images.
Many of you hardcore HDYK? gamers have asked for a post like this in the past.
There were 94.5 million head of cattle in the US in 2009.
Today's weird science: Dr. Neil Shirtcliffe shows off substances that repel water in very surprising ways.
It's far too early to tell if this season will be warmer than most summers, but it's off to a good start, at least here in Michigan.
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A beloved and successful racehorse dies under mysterious circumstances. After 78 years, science finds that it was, indeed, equicide.
Moonage Daydream: The Rock Album as Science Fiction.
I was unaware of the dark side of the myth of Saturn (AKA Titan Chronus in Greek mythology) until I ran across a post on Atlas Obscura about a disturbing fountain in the middle of Bern, Switzerland.
A "Complaints Choir" is a community project in which people sing their complaints, generally about local issues -- transit, weather, and politics seem to make it into every choir's song
As a child I often imagined my dream home and what sorts of mind-blowingly sweet (not a word I use now) amenities it would feature.
Can you lick your elbow? Can you belch a Lady Gaga song or juggle forks while doing acrobatics?
I'm embarrassed to admit that I missed this year's Captain Picard Day -- it was one week ago today, on June 16.
I once had the good fortune of visiting with Lauren Bacall in her apartment in NYC.
To celebrate our new "Team Edvard" shirt, we're re-running some of our favorite vampire stories this week.
With the U.S.-Algeria World Cup clash looming, we thought we'd take a few minutes to find some interesting facts about the North African nation.
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