Above the Supreme Court is a basketball court—"The Highest Court in the Land."
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi
I know I'm not alone when I say that I have always wanted to have a secret passageway in my house.
Trying to improve upon classic comic and cartoon characters is like messing with Mother Nature. Still, there's nothing wrong with re-imagining a character from a different point of view.
Here is today's Brain Game; please say hello to Spinner.
Spinner has four appointments scheduled for different times and days next week; one Monday, one Tuesday, one Friday, and one Saturday.
The 7 Most Amazing One-Take Video Clips. Some of these would still be amazing even if they had been edited.
Extreme pain and stress can actually impair a person's ability to tell the truth.
Some of these are parodies, and some are for real -- see if you can tell the difference!
Excerpts from this homemade ad were featured in Michael Moore's new movie Capitalism: A Love
Everyone knows The Mickey Mouse Club of the early "˜90s was full of people who would go on to become big stars - Britney, Justin, Christina, Keri Russell, J.C. Chasez and Ryan Gosling, namely.
Here's something that happened.
A few nights ago, I went to see Insane in the Brain, a stage production that bills itself as a "street dance" interpretation of Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
"Feel Art Again" was on a two-month hiatus, but it's back and better than ever!
Stacy Conradt's round-up of secret menu items at fast-food restaurants is challenging for the top spot on CNN.com's Most Popular list.
Ad slogans and taglines generally come to us in the form of a declaration. Like, It takes a licking and keeps on ticking; or With a name like Smuckers....it has to be good; or Good to the last drop.
The confluence of a growing elderly population and a booming robotics industry has made Japan the world leader in mobility innovations.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States government imprisoned more than 120,000 Japanese-Americans in remote camps spread across the Western states, far from their homes, for more than thr