The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
On this date 84 years ago, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) passed away.
The products gracing the pages of the SkyMall Magazine provide guaranteed laughter, disbelief and audible exclamations of "Who would buy that?" In each question in today's quiz, one pro
When we think of inventors, the image that comes to mind is usually that of a frazzled scientist toiling away in a lab, not celebrities pulled from the pages of Us Weekly.
The latest Super Mario Brothers fan remake is called Super è€³ç”· Bros.
It all sounds very Orwellian and nightmarish at first.
During the 1960s and 70s, you didn't have to scour through the fine print in the sports section of your daily newspaper to find adult entertainment venues; adult theaters had their locales and sc
In the latest mental_floss, we indulged in a little kiss and tell. From a smooch that changed a law, to a kiss that changed a religion, we explored 10 of the most powerful kisses in human history.
Ever wonder what all those strange credits are when they roll by at the end of a film?
After pornography, cats are possibly the most popular subject matter on the internet. They're cute, they can be really funny, and most internet users have at least one of their own.
Today's stately Brain Game:
When viewed on a map, which
U.S. state's shape might best be
described as an irregular hexagon?
Here is the SOLUTION.
50 Things Every 18-Year-Old Should Know.
For your Monday viewing pleasure, here's a smart talk about bacteria. Princeton microbiologist Bonnie Bassler knows her bacteria.
Underrated. Overnamed. That's Chester Alan Arthur, the 21st president of the United States. You may know more about him than you think, especially if you read Mr.
Appropriately enough, I'm writing today's Quick 10 from my neighborhood public library.
Vatican City has fewer than 1,000 citizens and spans only 110 acres. But what actually goes on behind the scenes?