Goldfish can distinguish the music of one composer from another.
Late night at a bar, you glance across the room and see a man resembling Don Draper. The next day you realize he looks more like Quasimodo than the dapper ad man.
In this 80-second video, you'll see stagehands hastily assembling a set for Saturday Night Live.
Of course all actors and actresses had to start somewhere, but a rather astounding number of Hollywood players seem to have chosen a certain Paul Reubens cult television show for their debut.
One of our most popular stories of 2007 was Stacy Conradt's 12 College Classes We Wish Our Schools Had Offered.
I know that Comic Sans is generally the target of most font-based internet scorn. But maybe Impact is theÂ trulyÂ insidiousÂ font—at least if you're interested in preserving ink.
You know that John Tyler took over the presidency when William Henry Harrison died in 1841, but what else do you know about "Tyler Too"?
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.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
I don't know about you, but I've always wanted to go to Rivendell to spend time with the elves, and this fantastic art deco travel poster by artist Steve Thomas only makes that desire strong
Doctors Remove 50 Pound Tumor
Surgeons at a hospital near Buenos Aires, Argentina removed what may be the world's largest malignant tumor ever successfully excised.
What's a vox pop?
Mr. & Mrs. Bandacol were good parents, with five children - all boys. By a happy coincidence, you can tell the age of each of the Bandacol boys by their names.
If your brain and your body were separated but still working, which one would be YOU? Since neither can function without the other, the theoretical question is set up with a hi-tech sci-fi story.
Consumer Product Safety Commission Document #5053 banned all lawn darts from sale in the United States, effective December 19, 1988.
One of my favorite movies is Lost In Translation. In that film, Bill Murray plays an actor who is being paid big money in Japan to do an advertising campaign.