Male seahorses carry the eggs and birth the babies.
When I first saw this health club bus shelter ad with a scale built into the seat, my first reaction was, "That's brutal." But my second thought was it would definitely get my attention
Thanks to everyone who suggested topics of discussion. Our photoshoot was a smashing success.
I've recently decided that I need to see a game at every baseball stadium in the MLB.
You know the giant piano at FAO Schwarz? It was featured in the Tom Hanks classic* Big, in which Hanks and Robert Loggia play "Heart and Soul" by dancing around.
I have to run out for a couple hours to take care of some very important business (OK, my wife and I are bringing Charlotte to have a family portrait taken.) I haven't gotten a chance to put toge
"Death comes in threes" is a popular maxim. In the world of fame and celebrity, however, it seems that death usually comes in twos.
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The fine folks at CNN had me back yesterday.
No More Butt Hole Road
The residents of Butt Hole Road in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, England are tired of the jokes, the tourists, and the constant questions.
You may remember a 2005 Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Language Film called Downfall, about the last days of Hitler.
A local accountingÂ office employs four men whose names are often confused becaused of their similar sound.
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The 9 Most Outrageous Outlaw Heroes. I love these types of stories that you don't read in history class, but would have made those classes so much more interesting.
Saturday marks the 117th anniversary of the birth of Fernando Amorsolo y Cueto (1892-1972).
Ethan Trex posted a great article this week on the strange early jobs of celebrities. Here's something else some celebrities did before they got famous...appear on The Dating Game.
In the late 1960s, researchers at Stanford devised what's now known as the "marshmallow test" to test participants' ability to defer gratification.