About one in every 4 million lobsters is born with a rare genetic defect that turns it blue.
No one really knows where the term bullpen comes from, and no one theory has enough compelling evidence to support or refute the origin.
If you have the time and tools to make your own Halloween costume, all you need is a little inspiration to make it awesome, like these ten. Note: these are presented in no particular order.
Good luck with today's Brain Game word ladder.
Five of the original Munchkins from The Wizard of Oz are still alive. They were recently reunited to talk about their experiences on the film set.
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Is it just me, or was Halloween way more fun when you were a kid?
Even the most successful people in the world didn't graduate fresh out of college or high school to immediately start making the big bucks - and that goes for the most successful scary people as
Founders of The Impossible Project have just announced a huge deal: Polaroid instant cameras and film are coming back to the market in 2010.
Many of you have probably heard of the duct tape prom dress scholarship, but this Queen of Hearts dress brings the concept to an entirely new level of detail.
Champagne makers know that a glass wine bottle, a specially fitted cork and a long fermentation process enable the extra sugars to convert to effervescent bubbles, which is champagne's trademark.
When I used to work for Leonard Bernstein's estate, one thing that came up often was the mispronunciation of his surname.
Today's Brain Game involves one of the most popular betting card games in the world: blackjack.Â Under blackjack scoring rules, numbered cards equal their value, face cards are worth 10, and an
Would you ever consider giving marijuana to your nine-year-old? What if the child was violent, in pain, ate fabric, and had tried every other drug available? Here's the followup.
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In motion picture terminology, a tracking shot is a single continuous shot made with a camera moving along the ground, following the movements of the subject. Why this topic?