An Ethnic Cookbook From A Culture That Never Existed

Ransom Riggs

This is the coolest idea for a cookbook I've ever seen.

Brain Game: Purple Rain Man

Today's Tuesday Test Time features the names of 10 feature films, collected into five groups of two.

Morning Cup of Links: Super Governator

Miss Cellania

The No-Baby Boom. More and more people are deciding that having children is just not worth it.

The Late Movies: Two Minute Movie Marathon!

Ransom Riggs

The fine folks at Everything is Terrible have made the hilarious enshortening of crappy movies into an art form.

Where Do Baby Carrots Come From?

Matt Soniak

Don’t send the kids out of the room just yet. This isn’t a story about the birds and the bees, but one about Mike Yurosek and his lumpy

neatorama presents: HDYK? - {day 5}

David K. Israel

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?

Nothing Compares 2 Prince's Fridge

Chris Higgins

So Minneapolis-based food magazine/blog The Heavy Table came up with a great idea: to take a look inside celebrities' refrigerators. First up: Prince.

4 Upcoming Toy-to-Movie Adaptations (That Probably Shouldn’t Be)

Cole Gamble

You can thank the success of Transformers 1 & 2 for the plague upon your movie houses that’s to come. Hollywood knows a good formula when it sees one.

The Number of the Day: 2.71

Jason English

On average, French adults consume 2.71 alcoholic beverages a day—less than half as much as their relatives did a half-century ago (5.65 drinks/day in 1957). Related Fact: That 2.71 figure includes


Colin Patrick

My only surviving grandmother is one of the liveliest ladies the world has ever seen.

Why Do College Basketball Teams Cut Down the Nets?

Ethan Trex

© Wally McNamee/CORBIS The men’s NCAA Division I hoops championship game is tonight, and we can’t tell you whether UConn or Butler is going to win. We can predict two things, though.

How Scotch Nerds April Fool One Another

Ransom Riggs

He gets us every year.

Brain Game: Math Square #68

The work week is upon is again, so here's the Monday Math Square, a puzzle designed to get your noggin in gear to help you kick things off.

Morning Cup of Links: Dr. Cat

Miss Cellania

How Slavery Really Ended in America. An argument of logic and law determined how the Union Army would handle a case of slaves who approached them for asylum. (via Metafilter) * Touch Wood.

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Jason English

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