Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.
I may have mentioned that IÂ spent some timeÂ aÂ few weeks backÂ perusing the IMDb's many lists of motion picture superlatives, examining both the best and the worst of the world of cinema.
7 Reasons the 21st Century is Making You Miserable. It's all about social connections, and they just aren't the same online.
An Urban explorer finds an abandoned caravan in the woods.
As some of you already know, I'm a longtime Tom Waits fan.
No one ever said being a parent was easy, but these parents aren't even trying.
Evidently, a major stereotype among people of the British Isles is how young ladies from the Northeast part of the country are seemingly impervious to the cold.
Baseball has often been described as the thinking man's game. Yogi Berra once said that America's national pastime was 90 percent mental, and the other half physical.
Sergio Leone's 1966 spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad and The Ugly ruthlessly depicts the brutality of the West as it tells the story of three self-interested gunfighters searching for $200,000
Because we're building up to the Oscars this week (did you miss our first two movie quizzes?), here's a littleÂ spoof I wrote that you might enjoy from our pals over at The Morning News&
Sam Kean is a favorite of ours on staff. We geeked out on his pieces explaining Carbon Trading and covering a Natural Nuclear Reactor in Oklo, Nigeria.
I have a real treat today for fans of word games. It's Textropolis ($2.99, iPhone/iPod Touch), and it's by far my favorite word game on the iPhone.
"Nifty vanity plate," said Officer Jane Curtis, approaching the driver's side of a red sports car that she'd just pulled over.
Following up on yesterday's post about absurdly caloric foods you can make for yourself at home, today I wanted to explore food that comes from vending machines.
Traditional media is in trouble, if not dying out already.
"Three Ballerinas" is representative of the work of Japanese-French artist Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968), the only Japanese artist to be considered a member of the "School of Paris.&qu