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Tuesday Turnip


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The Quick 10: The Word on Woodstock

Stacy Conradt

You've probably heard in the news that we're coming up on the 40th anniversary of Woodstock.

6 Legendary Guitars/RIP Les Paul

David K. Israel

[It is with sadness that we report Les Paul's death today, at the age of 94. I had the pleasure of meeting Les a couple times when I was playing guitar with Pat Martino.

The Scheming Princess Behind the Fall of the Roman Empire

the mag

This article originally appeared in the Jan-Feb 2005 issue of mental_floss magazine. by Mark S. Longo Everyone goes through a rebellious phase.

Lunchtime Quiz: Not the NFL

Jason Plautz

The sad news rocked the sporting world a couple of weeks ago that the Arena Football League was filing for bankruptcy and may not have a future beyond its already-cancelled 2009 season.

When Did Women Start Shaving Their Pits?

Earlier this week, Ethan Trex taught us the history of shaving.

7 TV Celebrities Your Parents Loved

Miss Cellania

The trailer for the new movie Julie & Julia brings back fond memories. Julia Child was the first voice impression I perfected as a teenager. My kids have no idea who she was.

Brain Game: The Monthlies

It may take you days to solve today's Brain Game. In fact, I guarantee that it will, because it's about calendars.

Morning Cup of Links: Kriminalmuseum

Miss Cellania

Behind the scenes at Sesame Street. The Muppeteers make it look so easy -and so fun! * A visit to the Kriminalmuseum in Vienna yields a couple of chilling stories of torture and murder.

Rising up the Charts

Jason English

Congrats to Rob Lammle, whose article about people who accidentally found a fortune has been hovering near the top of's 'Most Popular' list all day.

The Late Movies: 6 Re-Edited "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" Trailers

Chris Higgins

Let's keep it simple this week -- here are a few of the best re-edits of the Ferris Bueller's Day Off trailer.

Lessons From the "Real" Ferris Bueller

Chris Higgins

In the wake of John Hughes' death, a lot of material is circulating about his 1986 masterpiece, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, a teen classic in which the title character skips school and espouse

10 People Who Made a Fortune During the Depression

Greg Sabin

Even during our country's worst economic downturn, some folks still knew how to make a buck—many bucks, in fact. 1. Babe

Rockin' Rebuttals: 3 Non-Presidential Debates

Eric Johnson

The Convention Confrontation: Gore Vidal vs. William F. Buckley, Jr.

The Quick 10: The Baby-sitters Club

Stacy Conradt

Today is Ann M. Martin's birthday.

Dietribes: Gum Control

Allison Keene

"¢ "Chewing gum may be a $19 billion industry, but it's not a universally accepted practice.