In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
Here's one for the Twilight fans.
I bought a vintage typewriter this weekend for $25. I don't think it's a particularly valuable model or anything, but it looks cool and makes a really satisfying typing noise.
World War II Bulgaria didn't have a Schindler, and it didn't have a list. It had a white-bearded mystic named Peter Deunov and an entire nation standing behind him.
It's one of the most highly regarded sketch comedy shows in television history, but few people have seen The State, which ran on MTV from 1993 to 1995 and featured talented comedians who would go
Wedding season is in full swing, so chances are you'll be scouring a registry or two in search of the perfect gift over the course of the next few months.
A breeze of a puzzle on a warm Monday heading into summer; enjoy!
President Obama is renowned as one of our great orators.
There are four Latin abbreviations that many people confuse and use incorrectly. (Don't even get me started on those who say or write ect.
It's a dream scenario for a control freak with a junk food habit (AKA me).
As a follow-up to Stacy's great list of flag facts,Â enjoy this six-pack of stories (one for each white stripe) about famous American banners flown around the world.
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Fred Astaire?
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's an abbreviated version of what you missed:
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In our quest to cover an artist from a different country in each "Feel Art Again" post for the month of June, today's post features Vladimir Tretchikoff (1913-2006), a Russian-born art