The 1900 Olympics featured a live pigeon shooting event. The winner bagged 21 pigeons.
Neil Pasricha's uplifting new book, The Book of Awesome, hits stores today.
In the continuing series on highly-specific blogs, there are many that deal with animals. Cute Overload and I Can Has Cheezburger?
"Padlocks for everyone!" That's my motto; something a bit nonsensical to contrast with the logic puzzle that is the Thursday Brain Game.
The iPad was apparently developed for the convenience of cats, since the touch screen doesn't require typing, or even opposable thumbs!
Released in 1991, L.A. Story is my favorite Steve Martin movie -- yes, I like it even better than The Jerk.
"Last year, more Americans went to symphonies than went to baseball games.
According to the National Library Association, National Bookmobile Day is "an annual celebration of the contributions of our nation's bookmobiles and the dedicated professionals who make qua
This is nice: Screen Caps is a site presenting HD-quality screen captures from movies, without commentary or explanation. Just big crazy screen caps, many of them suitable for desktop wallpaper.
Who doesn't like to kill zombies?
Welcome to part three of our nostalgic children's book Quick 10s! Today we're visiting Roger Hargreaves' world of Mr. Men and Little Misses.
1. Mr. Tickle was the first Mr.
Throughout the history of medicine, doctors have prescribed opium-based drugs.
If you could only keep one thing, what would it be? In a touching photo essay titled "What I Keep," photographer Susan Mullally asks homeless people in Waco, Texas that very question.
No one can accuse the IRS of not being thorough. On their website, they've addressed some of the more common arguments that folks have made to avoid paying taxes.
Welcome to the Wednesday Brain Game: What is the final letter in this sequence, and why?
EO, OE, O, EE, OU, IE, I, EE, EI, IE, ?
Scans of New Hominid's Skull Find Possible Chunk of Brain—and Bugs.