Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
Hollywood test audiences are always giving low ratings to movies with depressing endings, sending them back to the editing room for a little "cheering up." But it's not just the grainy
Traditional schools "“ with their lectures, homework, and report cards "“ aren't for everyone. Here are five alternative approaches to education.
5. Gary Gygax, the father of role playing
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It's getting increasingly rare to see a consumer making a retail store purchase with cash; plastic (either credit or debit) seems the preferred method in this day and age.
NPR has an excerpt from Brent Jeffs' book about growing up in a family of one father, four mothers, twenty children, and more cousins than he can count. There's also an audio interview.
Earlier this month marked the 78th anniversary of the death of Thomas Cooper Gotch (1853-1931).
This past weekend was the unofficial start of summer. Let's continue the summer theme with some backyard mishaps.
I'm back from my trip and have lots of flossy goodness to share with you all week, starting with one of the most well-known tourist traps in L.A.
Monday's New York Times included an article on the purported dangers of texting (or text-message-sending, for you grumpy older folks).
Finally, there's a use for all those LPs that have been collecting dust in your closet: sleeveface!
The short answer is that the United States got a really great lease on Guantanamo Bay.
All through history there have been people, mostly men, who devote years and years of their lives building something very unique and personal. Lucky for us, these erections are built to last.
It's a Poem! It's a Riddle! It's two, two, two mints in one! Depending on your perspective, I'm getting better (or worse) at devising bad riddles. Give this one a good think...