Atticus Finch's final speech in To Kill a Mockingbird was shot in one take.
Genesis tells us about the moment humans first "realized" they were naked, quickly followed by the moment they were first ashamed of being naked -- but it doesn't explain why humans wer
As water becomes harder and harder to find, especially in places like Arizona, New Mexico and California, new communities going up these days are being planned with rain water collectors for each home
The brainstorming sessions among George Lucas, Lawrence Kasdan, and Steven Spielberg that led to Raiders of the Lost Ark are now available for your reading pleasure.
Colin Campbell Cooper, Jr., (1856-1937) would have celebrated his 153rd birthday this past Sunday.
Britons, it appears, will bet on anything, from whether it'll snow on Christmas to the outcome of the American presidential election, to not only whether Kate Winslet would win an Oscar this year
When Helvetica turned 50 in 2007, it was honored with the release of an eponymous independent documentary film.
Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies straight from the freezer"¦ is there anything better than that? I'm kind of salivating a little bit just thinking about them. Mmm.
After Layng Martine Jr.'s wife Linda was rendered paraplegic by a car accident, the couple had to adapt. Linda was a marathon runner, tennis player, and hiker.
We are obsessed with chronicling history—immortalizing the past behind glass in a bevy of beguiling museums.
This week we're lucky to have guest blogger Elizabeth Lunday, author of Secret Lives of Great Artists: What Your Teachers Never Told You about Master Painters and Sculptors, spilling the dirt on
Whether you're looking to start your own religion, swallow a sword, quit smoking, find Atlantis, buy the Moon, sink a battleship, perform your own surgeries, or become a ninja, our new book Be Am
In the 2007 post Fun with Flowcharts, we took a look at flowcharts and how people use them to explain widely varying processes from playing the pan flute to a dog's inner thoughts.
If it helps, a "natural number" in this context is anyÂ positive integer.
Yesterday's Creatively Speaking interview with Charles Todd can be found right over yonder.
A recently identified portrait of William Shakespeare, if genuine, would be the only true likeness we have of The Bard. And it looks better than you'd expect.