The word "unfriend" appeared in print all the way back in 1659.
Dogs disappear, dogs get lost, dogs are taken, and when we're lucky, dogs go home again. Here are eight stories of "How did that dog get here?"
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While perusing an old puzzle book recently, IÂ came acrossÂ aÂ challenge that asked readers to name the five European nations whose names end with the letter Y.
A newspaper promotion in 1904 got out of hand when treasure hunters dug up a big part of London and other English cities. The madness continued until the newspaper was hauled into court.
Continuing our quest to bring you an artist from a different country in each June post of "Feel Art Again," today's post features Japanese-American artist Hisako Hibi (1907-1991) at th
With Kodachrome going away, I've had Paul Simon on the brain for a few days.
For those of you interested in the exciting world of hearse production (I'm assuming that's a large portion of our audience), Japanese limo maker Lequois is planning to roll out a line of hy
On June 27, 1967, the world experienced a wonderful and dangerous thing: the first automated teller machine.
At Thursday night's NBA Draft, teams will try to reload with the best available young talent.
Vilayanur Ramachandran studies the brain. You may have seen a profile of him in last month's New Yorker...if you haven't get thee to a library and check it out!
Summer is officially here, and that means the baseball season is in full swing.
As I researched a recent article on innovative outdoor advertising, I came across quite a few examples of ads placed in unique settings.
As teenagers, my friends and I were notorious for giving one another fake gifts on birthdays.
So, you're a little hesitant about investing in the stock market.
There are many words that you couldÂ place in each blank to make different terms.
A collection of photos of one family in eastern Kentucky. And the few that were chosen for a magazine slide show. No sensationalism here, nosiree!
The Terrible Thing of Alpha Nine!