John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
At some point in 2009, the oft-delayed All American Football League might actually start playing games.
On Monday, we're declaring an end to our holiday season and going back to work.
Back in the 60s, Ric O'Barry was a pioneer in the field of dolphin training.
At the request of reader Karen I., today's "Feel Art Again" post features Edward St. John Gorey (1925-2000).
Whilst en route from Philly to Atlanta yesterday, I perused the SkyMall catalogue as I would a book of Freakish Creatures of the Deep - with fear, interest and plenty of amusement.
Have you ever been eating or drinking something and wondered where the name came from?
Everyone knows about Rolex knock-offs and Louis Vuitton imitations, but at least with those, the company doing the knocking-off goes to a lot of trouble to replicate the brand name, as well as the mer
1. The One With Only 38
Man Hides in Attic for Christmas
A family in Plains Township, Pennsylvania were astonished when a stranger came down from their attic!
The Natural Basis for Gender Inequality. The sexes are so different, why should we work for equal rights?
Accusations of Photoshop!
Sleeping lab image via Shutterstock
Birds do it, bees do it (we think), even educated monkeys do it. So let's do it, people. Let's fall asleep.
On the eighth day of Christmas, mental_floss gave to me... eight reader requests!
"Feel Art Again" was on hiatus for a month, but we're back today and better than ever!
The internet as we know it was built by, and is populated with, people who are just obsessive-compulsive enough to appreciate a good, ranked top ten list.
Like a lot of you, I grew up on Sesame Street and the Muppets. But did you ever stop to wonder where they came from?
The Legend of Master Legend. Rolling Stone takes a hilarious look at the lives behind real life super heroes.