At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.
I'm a big fan of kaiten-zushi, a form of sushi restaurant in which patrons sit at a bar around a conveyer belt.
If British TV shows are so darned great, why do U.S. producers insist upon remaking them instead of showing the originals? There are plenty of reasons!
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There are many places you may have never heard of that serve as memento mori- a reminder that we are all mortal, and that not every culture buries their dead six feet underground.
Over the last few years, we've seen a new trend in celebrity public relations: gently making fun of yourself.
If you're ever sorting through your pocket change and come up withÂ a quarter that resembles the oneÂ depicted to the left, you might want to turn it in to the authorities.
Some of you may know some of these tips, but if you're like a lot of people out there, you may not know them all.
The government's Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan is supposed to help up to 9 million people lower their mortgage payments.
by Andrew Ward
You might not know how to play. But that shouldn't stop you from learning how to deal with cricket's most common problems.
MIT grad student David Merrill and his team created a set of computerized toy blocks, called Siftables, that are aware of each other.
Over the past few years, we've cranked out hundreds of quizzes. Chances are you haven't aced them all just yet. We'll be re-running a quiz from the archives each day at 5pm.
She's 50 next week, you know. I feel like she's probably had some work done "“ she looks way too good for being five decades old.
Until the International Maritime Organization signed a treaty in 1990 banning the dumping of plastics by cruise ships into the ocean, hitting golf balls off the back deck was as synonymous with onboar
BY BRIAN KEVIN
As soon as he became the first director of the National Park Service in 1917, millionaire borax magnate Stephen Mather promoted the parks as the ultimate social equalizers, places &quo
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