The Arkansas School for the Deaf's nickname is the Leopards.
Researcher Kamal Meattle lives in New Delhi -- and breathing the air landed him in the doctor's office with diminished lung capacity.
Shakespeare's catalog of poems and plays is unrivaled, and with his tight plots, beautiful wordplay, and ribald puns, there's really something for everyone in the Bard's
Our friend Mu is always sending us travel tips. I'm going to guess this offer is fake,
No fewer than three different news reports concerned farm animals giving their owners the slip this past weekend:
1. Slaughterhouse Cow Makes a Dash for
Last February, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Brett Myers devised a plan to fool teammate Kyle Kendrick into thinking that he had been traded to Japan for a player named Kobayashi.
In 1609, Galileo invented the telescope. Five minutes later, someone invented the shoe-polish-on-the-eyepiece gag.
Someone's getting his chiton ripped up in this matchup. These two ancient Greek heavyweights both have a lot going for them.
Here's a screen capture from the opening of Fool Wars.
If you check in with our blog often, you know we love giving books, CDs and DVDs away before they become available to the general public.
A slide show of Google's April Fool pranks. How are they going to top themselves this year? (via J-Walk Blog)
AskMen ranks The Top 29 Cities to Live In.
Max Ernst was born on April 2, 1891, and died just one day short of his 85th birthday, on April 1, 1976.
Have you ever strolled along outside, serenaded by a lovely song, only to look up and not know to whom you owe thanks for such a sweet sound? Is that a nuthatch you see, or a chickadee?
This week's G20 summit meeting has put London on alert.
Broadway in Chicago recently held a conference on the topic of transforming books into Broadway Musicals, partially due to the success of "Wicked," the longest running Broadway Musical in C
Carl Bialik of the Wall Street Journal brings us a smart article on overvalued points in games.