A polar bear can smell a seal that's 20 miles away.
Ever since YouTube crashed onto the scene a few years ago, companies have been holding video contests, and anywhere from several hundred to several thousand video-makers have been entering each one.
"The NBA was a symphony, it was scripted; the ABA was jazz." —Ron
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt,
with an all-new set of puzzles, prizes, and now, a major sponsor!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are thrilled to announce that How Did You Know?
It's no secret that Barack Obama has penned a couple of books "“ they flew off of the shelves during his bid for the presidency.
Another month is in the books. In case you missed a day or two here or there, these are the top 12 stories originally posted in October:
1. The Origins of All 30 NBA Team Names
This bit of musical virtuosity blew my mind, and I urge you to spend two minutes watching and listening.
Reader Meredith wrote in with a question: "Why can boat captains marry people? Can other people in charge of other large vessels perform
Dog blogs always get emailed lots of photos, and, naturally, the Halloween season brings about a barrage of photos of costumed pups.
Every now and then I run across a toy that's not exactly an earth-shattering technological breakthrough, but looks like so much fun that I immediately want one.
Feel free to consult a European map to assist you with today's Brain Game; a quick examination may help lead you to the answer.
At the turn of the last century, Goldfield was a mining boomtown -- prospectors were pulling millions of dollars worth of ore out of the ground each year, and with a population that ballooned to more
The World's Most Magnificent Pipe Organs. Size matters when you want to sound majestic to everyone within miles.
6 Real People Who Turned Their Homes Into Death Traps.
A performance by Kseniya Simonova on Ukraine's Got Talent has become a viral hit on the internet, receiving more than 6 million views.
In the 1940s, The Adventures of Superman was a radio sensation. Kids across the country huddled around their sets as the Man of Steel leapt off the page and over the airwaves.