Facebook engineers originally wanted to call the "Like" button the "Awesome" button.
The Lockheed Air Terminal in Burbank was considered vulnerable to Japanese bombers.
There's a nice article today about mental_floss and our Ohio retail store on Cleveland.com and in The Chagrin Solon Sun.
Toby and Melanie Maloney (pictured), who head up our business developme
Today's "Feel Art Again" is a double-header.
When you look up at the night sky, almost every star appears to fluctuate rapidly in brightness, or blink in and out, or shift positions slightly.
We set a day aside for sweethearts to express their love for each other, which sometimes devolves into a "how much will you spend on me?" test. Don't fall into that trap!
Only two bird watchers in history have ever seen more than 8,000 of the approximately 9,600 species of birds found on our planet. Phoebe Snetsinger, of Missouri, was one of the two.
Today's Brain Game offers twelve anagrams of various football player positions; think tailback or offensive guard or (as in today's title) punt returner.
A survivor of child sexual abuse is still victimized years later because of a video still in circulation.
"A long, long time ago...I can still remember how that music used to make me smile." So begins Don McLean's "American Pie," a 1972 song about the death of Buddy Holly, Richie
I know we have some Lost fans out there "“ what did you think of the season premiere?
In what is nominally a book review, chess grandmaster (and lately, politician) Garry Kasparov discusses how computers have changed chess.
What happened to the heroes (and goats) of past Super Bowls? Their younger selves may live on in football immortality, but what are they doing in their real lives?
The mildly disturbing creature you see above may not immediately seem recognizable, but it is just your everyday spectacled bear --sans hair.
Most of Antarctica has about 2 1/2 miles of ice covering it, and that cold, white wasteland is what most people picture when they think of our south pole.