7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
We're big fans of New Zealander Justin Brown around the office. The spunky author once lost a rugby bet. The wager?
Our 8th annual '10 Issue' is on newsstands now. This week, we'll be highlighting some of our favorite lists from past installments.
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My last post highlighted seven museums dedicated to preserving some very specific aspects of British culture, like lawnmowers, Victorian toys, and witchcraft.
There's nothing I enjoy more than a good dose of schadenfreude, and failblog provides that in almost endless measure. Especially, I must say, their wonderful videos.
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Okay, so last month was a bust. We can't apologize enough.
Is there something about putting on the costume of a comic book super hero that causes people to become
Each of this week's Brain Games will involve the sport of Major League Baseball.
Puijila, the walking seal.
Whether you saw the original productions (or, more likely, a revival), or own the film versions on worn-out VHS tapes, true fans know that The Golden Age of Broadway (c.
Sure, it's Earth Day. It's Administrative Professionals Day too.
McSweeney's is running a hilarious piece that pretends to be an "internet-age writing syllabus and course overview" by "instructor" Robert Lanham.
Most of us probably hear the name "Eddie Albert" and immediately think of the hapless gentleman farmer he portrayed on TV's Green Acres.
"¢ Since it's Earth Day we thought we'd bring you something green.
In honor of Kevin Roose's wonderful book, we asked readers to pitch us your idea for an ethnography project.