The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
At the request of reader AMR, this weekend's "Feel Art Again" post features British sculptor Anish Kapoor (born 1954).
Almost since the invention of the automobile, people have dreamed of building a single vehicle that could drive on the road and take to the sky.
Our new issue *just 1 day away now!* is filled with all sort of great lists.
Many would argue the penny is useless. And maybe it is, as far as currency is concerned. But pennies can still be used for other amusing exploits.
The unusual news broke earlier this month that Judge Greg Mathis of daytime TV fame was getting his own video game.
With legendary broadcaster John Madden calling it quits yesterday, let's revisit our Madden quiz that originally ran the day Madden '09 was released last August.
Take the Quiz: The Madden
When I travel, I usually stay at pretty commonplace hotels: Ramadas, Hampton Inns, places like that.
1. In the new issue of mental_floss magazine, we've featured a few reader-submitted photos with celebrities.
Just one more crazy SMB video, and then I swear I'll stop. For a while.
Alex Andreev is a Russian artist. He calls his style "hermetic," and while I'm not sure what that means exactly, his work is certainly compelling.
If you've ever wondered where the world's best place to get pelted with oranges is, or how much olive oil you should douse yourself in before entering a Turkish wrestling contest, the new is
Parity has been a buzzword in sports recently, but the NBA doesn't seem to have gotten the message. They've only had nine different teams win the championship in the last 30 years.
Perry Mason Not a Lawyer
A man named Perry Mason was arrested in Houston Tuesday. The offense? Practicing law without a license.
Below are five song titles with blanks. If you fill the blanks with one set of words, you'll come up with five song titlesÂ by The Beatles.