Fighting Fish


Fighting Fish


Morning Cup of Links: 6th Grade Sex Ed

Miss Cellania

NPR has an excerpt from Brent Jeffs' book about growing up in a family of one father, four mothers, twenty children, and more cousins than he can count. There's also an audio interview.

Get Your Gotch

Andréa Fernandes

Earlier this month marked the 78th anniversary of the death of Thomas Cooper Gotch (1853-1931).

The Late Movies: Backyard Mishaps

Mario Marsicano

This past weekend was the unofficial start of summer. Let's continue the summer theme with some backyard mishaps.

The Quick 10: 10 Facts About Grauman's Chinese Theater

Stacy Conradt

I'm back from my trip and have lots of flossy goodness to share with you all week, starting with one of the most well-known tourist traps in L.A.

Is Texting Ruining Our Children?

Chris Higgins

Monday's New York Times included an article on the purported dangers of texting (or text-message-sending, for you grumpy older folks).

How to Sleeveface

Ransom Riggs

Finally, there's a use for all those LPs that have been collecting dust in your closet: sleeveface!

Why does Cuba let the U.S. keep a military base on its soil?

Ethan Trex

The short answer is that the United States got a really great lease on Guantanamo Bay.

How Did You Know? - {day 1}

David K. Israel

Play for your chance to WIN a $100 shopping spree in our store! We're back with another 5-day trivia hunt! First let's meet our current champions, and big $100 winners, Hoang-Kim Vu, Ros

One-man Construction: 7 Lifelong Personal Projects

Miss Cellania

All through history there have been people, mostly men, who devote years and years of their lives building something very unique and personal. Lucky for us, these erections are built to last.

Brain Game: An Overdose of Riddlin'

It's a Poem! It's a Riddle! It's two, two, two mints in one! Depending on your perspective, I'm getting better (or worse) at devising bad riddles. Give this one a good think...

Morning Cup of Links: Time Travel Confusion

Miss Cellania

The first draft of Star Wars was pretty awful. Bad enough to make you wonder what difference it would have made if George Lucas had rewritten the prequels a couple more times.

Brain Game: A Great Place to Start

A heartfelt thanks on this Memorial Day to all those who lost their lives in service of our country. One each of these four famous people served in the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S.

Sato on Sunday

Andréa Fernandes

At the request of reader Becci, this weekend's edition of "Feel Art Again" features Tokihiro Satō.

The Weekend Links

Allison Keene

Taking a moment away from odd uses of a piano keyboard, here are 13 super cool computer keyboards and 15 more that are awfully strange.

The Weekly Recap

Jason English

In case you weren't obsessively refreshing all week, here's what you missed: Top 5 Stories Originally Posted This