The word "unfriend" appeared in print all the way back in 1659.
"¢Â Edible candy on a stick has been around for centuries in many forms, though the "lolly pop" as we now know it was fashioned in the 1920s.
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I admit it "“ I'm reading the new Dan Brown book.
Now this is a find. The 92nd Street Y Podcast (iTunes link) presents a variety of interesting lectures that have taken place at, you guessed it, the 92nd Street Y in New York.
Last Friday marked the end of an era—a very long era—with the final episode of the world's longest running soap opera and continuous story, Guiding Light.
I live in Los Angeles.
Most public transit stops are so boring that you're lucky if you have a glass covering over the uncomfortable bench.