PETA once asked the Pet Shop Boys to consider changing their name to Rescue Shelter Boys.
So let's say it's 1947, you're the War Assets Administration, and you've got 30,000 pounds of spare metallic sodium from WWII on your hands.
The conclusion to our two-part exclusive interview with Trace Beaulieu, formerly of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and now with Cinematic Titanic
Read yesterday's part one
Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books. If there’s something noteworthy going on in your local library, leave us a
Some people live their lives by making the best of what they have. And then there are people who even make the best of what they don't have.
There's a new-ish blog on the scene here in Austin called Culture Map, which I've been enjoying very much during my stay.
Okay, I admit it, I played with the phone as a kid.
A new study on single people shows results that are the opposite of what you've heard lately.
After posting yesterday's laugh-a-minute-for-fifteen-minutes hit Worf is Always Wrong, I thought I'd round up a few more wacky Star Trek videos.
Did you know that February 26 is Carnival Day or that the 14th was not only Valentine’s Day, but also Ferris Wheel Day?
A two-part exclusive interview with Trace Beaulieu, formerly of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and now with Cinematic
© Heiko Wolfraum/dpa/CorbisThe Spring Break season will be here before you know it, and if you’re traveling abroad for a vacation, you’ll get to enjoy the fun and excitement of passing through Customs
• Parsley's popularity dates back to antiquity, where the herb was an integral part of life for both the Greeks and Romans.
The adjective "moot" means "open to debate." Yes, really.
Continuing on with my Austin themed posts this week, here's one on the grackle, which is a bird I was unfamiliar with before my trip down.