Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
Since the time of our founding fathers (you know, the ones with the tea in the harbor and the complaints about that whole taxation without representation thing?) there have been more than a few Americ
Every now and again, a sportswriter or announcer or TV host earns a little time in the penalty box.
1. Last week, my family moved. During the walk-through, I found this container of liquid in the bedroom closet.
From Greece to Poland Underneath A Bus
A 19-year-old Afghan man named Yahiya climbed underneath a bus in Athens and strapped himself to the undercarriage with a belt for a free ride.
Would you put up a total stranger in your home for a few nights -- for free?
A letter/number Brain Game on a cozy Friday.
Ana Rodarte was born with neurofibromatosis, which caused tumors to cover half her face. She was in her twenties when a team of doctors performed a series of operations that transformed her life.
Saturday will mark the 51st anniversary of the death of Konstantin Yuon (1875-1958).
I'm hoping that everyone who TiVoed last Monday's episode of House has already watched it, since the next sentence definitely contains a spoiler. The suicide of Dr.
Linda Rodriguez recently moved to England, and she posts about happenings in her new country a few times each week. Her column needs a name.
Everyone knows that sleeping well, exercise and playing sudoku can keep your brain in shape. But there are lots of ways you can flex your cerebral cortex, and these ten are pretty easy.
I love new languages. The trouble is, I'm usually really bad at them.
This is your semi-daily reminder that mental_floss is on Twitter.
In this fourth post of the series about local characters, we'll take a look at some colorful citizens who are well known in Peoria, San Marcos, Montreal, New Haven, Wheeling, Ocean City, and Omah