The 1900 Olympics featured a live pigeon shooting event. The winner bagged 21 pigeons.
If you're like me, you probably take postage stamps for granted. I'll slap one on an outgoing bill or letter, but I don't usually give them much thought.
1. The Wonderlic Quiz
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2. Where Is That Tournament-Bound School?
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3. The Advertising Slogans Quiz
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know? sponsored by the extraordinary video sharing site motionbox.com.
After the post 6 Easter Traditions You Might Not Know, many readers were kind enough to share their Easter customs with us. Now we will share your customs with everyone!
1. Semana Santa
Last week, the Brain Game offered five Mad Gab-like movie titles. Today, we're doing the same thing, but with song titles.
I took a fish cooking class the other day, at LA's New School of Cooking.
Bill and Amarins packed up their three young daughters and set off on a 7,000 mile journey from Kentucky to Alaska.
Tonight, let's get abstract! Here are some of my favorite non-narrative videos on the web -- stuff without plots, characters, narratives, none of that messy stuff.
It was this day in 1930 that the Motion Picture Production Code (AKA the Hays Code) went into effect, imposing a set of strict guidelines on Hollywood that are laughable today ("Revenge shall not
I recently caught the first few episodes of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution on TV. (British guy doing a cooking thing?
Soaps are mixtures of sodium or potassium salts derived from fatty acids and alkali solutions in a process called saponification.