Michael Jackson wanted to do a Harry Potter musical. J.K. Rowling said no.
1. 4 People With Super Memory, by David K. Israel
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I went to an art show last night for some local artists, including Shawn Crahan. Maybe you don't know the name, but you've probably heard of his band: Slipknot.
As an Australian, I'm greeted with open arms whenever I go overseas. It's great to be liked"¦ but though I hate to admit it, there are a few things people get wrong about us.
Every Friday, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want. Very casual.
Dana Delany as Carrie Bradshaw? Cosmo Kramer as Monk? Here's a look at 11 actors who passed on some of TV's most popular shows.
1. Bridget Fonda as Ally
Happy National Comic Book Day, everyone! Hope it's a great one for you.
Speaking of comic books, is there a superhero that Hollywood ISN'T making a movie about?
I hereby present the most awesome thing I've seen all year: an autotuned remix of an episode of Carl Sagan's Cosmos.
Willard Wigan is not your average sculptor and the photo above is not Photoshopped. His tools consist of a microscope and fibers to sculpt miniature figures on the head of pins.
To end the Brain Game week, here's a logic puzzle. Adept solvers might get this one without a grid, but it'll be necessary for most of us.
The latest OS offering from Microsoft is Windows 7 and the company has been running a mad media blitz, with a slew of commercials showing its ease of use.Â However, I came across a gem the other day&
Washington, D.C., hasn't always been the political center of the United States.
No Signal is a YouTube "supercut" of various movie moments in which the protagonists find themselves without a cell phone signal -- you can bet a murderer/terrorist/alien is right around the
It looks like Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov has reached a deal to buy the floundering New Jersey Nets. What's Prokhorov's story, though?
One of our most popular regular features is Ransom Riggs' "Strange Geographies." In case you're new to the site or weren't able to stop by every day this summer, here's t