The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
Two weeks ago I brought you The Late Movies: Baffling "Next on Mad Men" Clips, which seemed to strike a chord with other bloggers -- it was picked up by the New York Times as well as our fri
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books.
To counter yesterday’s “10 Movies Roger Ebert Really Hated” post, today we’re checking out a few movies he really loved. Here's what h`e had to say about them.
1. Batman Begins, four stars.
I didn't really think the world of advertising was all that fascinating -- until I started watching Mad Men a few years ago. Now I can't get enough.
Reader Adam from Fairfax, Virginia, wrote in to ask, "How did the US states get their names?" This week, we're tackling the origins and meaning of the names 10 states at a time.
Salem Village sent a request to Britain for permission to incorporate as a town, but it was returned with the rejecting message “The King Unwilling.” In 1757, the determined residents ignored His Maje
Everyone's favorite kids' show is embracing new media: Sesame Street has a Tumblr.
Colors affect us. No question there, right?
The gestation period for a killer whale is 17 months.
Five-by-Five puzzles aren't difficult, they're just an exercise for the noggin. Enjoy! Place the following words and names into a 5 × 5 grid so that they link together.
A secret corps of government photographers and filmmakers documented US nuclear testing in the 40s and 50s.
The Dutch painter Jan van der Heyden (1637-1712) left a lasting mark not only on the world of art, but on the world of firefighting as well.
Please excuse this moment of shameless self-promotion, but my new novel became available today in the Kindle store and is presently at number 10,091...
College students have been forming a cappella groups since at least the late 1800s, with the Rensselyrics of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute being the oldest known group.