In the 1980s, a beer-drinking goat was elected mayor of Lajitas, TX.
Your usual Wednesday evening projectionist Chris Higgins is off this week, so we've decided to let our friends at Neatorama do the heavy lifting tonight.
We all know about Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox - especially if you grew up in Minnesota, where images and statues of the gigantor lumberjack and his cobalt companion are as common as the Golden Ar
Our book giveaway jury has convened and rendered a verdict.
My Dad is something of a star-spotter. He loves to pick out famous actors in bit roles they played early in their careers.
Musicians are constantly striving to push the envelope to create new and expressive works. And to that end, they often come up with bizarre ways to make music.
"¢ Bread has been around probably as long as we have, going far back into the Neolithic age.
Hypertrichosis is a rare genetic condition that results in extreme hairiness. It is sometimes referred to as "werewolf syndrome". Only about 50 cases in history have been documented.
Four-tracks have been getting smaller every decade. When I was a kid, in the 80s, I had one.
Today's Brain Game is an open-ended puzzle, so any answer you come up with - as long as it follows the guidelines - will be correct.
You may have heard about the best-selling Jane Austen mashup sensation published earlier this year, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
100 movies every man should see. A handy list to have around when he wants to watch the same old thing again.
The Weird, Wacky World of the Platypus.
I'm a big Food Network fan. I could sit on the couch and zone out to cooking shows all day.
InÂ May 2008, we took a few days off and visited Universal Orlando. During one of the brighter days, we tookÂ a camera around the park and snapped some photos.
Don't you hate it when you're just sitting there at home, watching some TrueBlood (any other fans out there?) and enjoying a night at home on the couch, when all of a sudden your leg just ra
The mental_floss offices in Birmingham (AL), Brooklyn (NY) and Chagrin Falls (OH) are sent a lot of books, and it's about time we started giving them away again.