A sequel called Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian was written but never produced.
You've probably heard of the neon graveyard in Las Vegas "“ it's where a lot of the historic signs in town go to bite the dust after the hotel they advertised has been torn down.
J.K. Rowling gave a killer speech at the Annual Meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association last year. This speech is very much worth your time. How did J.K.
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared during the Beijing Games in 2008.
Back in the days before modern medicine, in the parts of North America where the work was rough and a doctor might be a day's ride away -- the Ozarks, the mining towns of Appalachia, and among th
Each year, thousands of beautifully designed gadgets hit the market that are undeniably awesome, but may not make a huge impact in the way people live their lives.
Following are anagrams of six different sports at the Winter Olympic Games. Win today's Brain Game by unscrambling all six.
King Tut didn't have the easy life of royalty we all thought. According to a DNA study, he was inbred, disabled, and altogether unhealthy.
Thanks to WiFi signals, there is an amazing amount of electric energy just floating in the air at any given moment.
There are three undeniably cute things in life: kittens, puppies and babies.
I am so sick of the snow and I think other Midwesterners or East Coasters will totally agree with me.
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
Some cults get all the publicity. The Manson Family, the Branch Davidians, Heaven's Gate—everybody's heard of them.
If you're a fan of rare steaks, then you have reason to rejoice; a new e. coli vaccine is finding its way into testing this year.
In the Christian tradition, today the the final day before the beginning of Lent, also known as Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), Faschingsdienstag, Malasada Day, Sprengidagur, Martes de Carna
Airing TONIGHT (February 16, 2010) on PBS! The film is "MINE," part of the Independent Lens series on PBS.