At the Wife Carrying World Championships in Finland, first prize is the wife’s weight in beer.
Happy Weird Year: The 10 Strangest and Most Bizarre Calendars of 2010.
"I'd like not to talk to you this morning about movies, but rather about ideas. I may not be successful at that, but, I'm going to attempt it.
Know someone who needs a boost this winter? If the clever pizza box doesn't bring a smile to their face, the stuff inside surely will!
You all know that I'm a big Glee fan.
In last week's newsletter, I mentioned that I'd been unable to take a photo of office dog Leo, the most popular employee in our Ohio retail store. Well, I finally got one, paparazzi-style.
It seems impossible to think that a city could have an underground rail system that most people don't even know about.
If you found $21,000, would you keep the cash?
Few people in this world are as honest or kind as Mukul Asadujjaman, a New York taxicab driver who is working his way through medical school.
Find as many words as you canÂ that are (1)Â exactly five letters in length and (2) begin and end with the letter "D."
If you can come up with 10 or more, you've won today's Bra
According to a UK firm that tracks employee absenteeism, the most depressing day of this year -- coined Blue Monday -- was January 18, two days ago.
Charting the Beatles, an exploration of Beatles music through infographics. I look at these and think of the days and weeks of data-crunching, sore eyes, and Mountain Dew that went into the project.
Today marks the anniversary of the day Lucy Ricardo gave birth to Little Ricky on national T.V.
Editor's Note: Last fall, Kara Kovalchik wrote a story titled '8 Not-So-Famous Firsts,' which covered such topics as the first auto insurance policy and the first wet t-shirt contest.
Today in 1809, Edgar Allan Poe was born.
We often write their names on the "Pay to the Order of" lines of our donation checks, but how well do we know the inspiring people behind some of our favorite charities and foundations?
So what's the story with the Great Sphinx? Who built it, when, and why? And what happened to its nose?