Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
This article originally appeared in July of 2008.
Someday when that Big Book of Sitcom Pitfalls to Avoid is published, Roseanne will definitely be the first entry listed under "star megalomani
Newly restored footage of the Apollo moon landing.
Growing up, one of my favorite after-school shows was Animaniacs, a clever combination of cartoon mayhem often with an educational slant.Â Tonight, The Late Movies takes a look at some of Yakko, Wakk
On July 17, 1997, Woolworth's closed their doors for good.
We'll be rolling out a variety of new shirts in the next few weeks, starting with these.
We're in the throes of summer vacation season, but at least one American is still on the job.
I'm a bit directionally-challenged, so when I'm in my car, I tend to cling to my Mapquest directions or road atlas.
When it comes to parties, I tend to arrive late. With Facebook, one of the centuries biggest parties, I made no exception.
This weekend through Monday, television and the internet will be full of commemorations of the Apollo 11 moon mission, in which Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the mo
While you could outwit today's Brain Game challenge the hard way, try toÂ solve itÂ without doing any writing or spreadsheet work; just use some common sense and logic and do it off the top of yo
Yeah, right -- the Manson family!
The Wonderful World of Big Science. A look at ten of the largest collaborative projects that changed (or are changing) the world.
Who are the people who say the moon landing was a hoax?
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.