Because the Elbe River was too shallow for barges, in 2003 Germany opened the world's longest water bridge: a bridge for boats.
If you're looking for weekend programming, come out and meet various members of our Birmingham staff at the Magic City Arts Connection in Linn Park.
Stranger in the Garage
Homeowner Don Bain of Spokane, Washington says there's a woman living in his garage who he doesn't know, and he wants her out.
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Okay, so last month was a bust. We can't apologize enough.
Don't touch that dial, folks, because the future of the internet has arrived!
Each of this week's Brain Games will involve the sport of Major League Baseball.
Could Food Shortages Bring Down Civilization?
As the weather warms up, take a look at LÃ¡szlÃ³ MednyÃ¡nszky's "Hillside at Springtime (Little Landscape)." MednyÃ¡nszky (1852-1919), an aristocratic Hungarian artist, celebrates his
It was this day in 1988 that Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon album finally dropped off the Billboard 200, ending a phenomenal, record-setting streak that has yet to be broken.
The NFL draft is a time for excitement and optimism, but realistically, some of the players taken on Saturday aren't going to pan out in the NFL.
Almost a century before the first Earth Day (in 1970), Nebraskans were celebrating their popular tree planting holiday, Arbor Day, on April 22nd.
We're big fans of New Zealander Justin Brown around the office. The spunky author once lost a rugby bet. The wager?
Our 8th annual '10 Issue' is on newsstands now. This week, we'll be highlighting some of our favorite lists from past installments.
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My last post highlighted seven museums dedicated to preserving some very specific aspects of British culture, like lawnmowers, Victorian toys, and witchcraft.
There's nothing I enjoy more than a good dose of schadenfreude, and failblog provides that in almost endless measure. Especially, I must say, their wonderful videos.