Slumber Party Barbie of 1965 came with her own "How to Lose Weight" book. One tip: "Don’t eat."
Cannot Unsee is a blog devoted to funny, mysterious and sometimes sinister pictures hiding right in front of our faces.
Only the very bravest among us will attempt roof & tunnel hacking.
We all know McDonald's has a global presence. But what are their non-US TV commercials like?
Well, I'm a week away from my due date, and it doesn't look like our bundle of joy is going anywhere anytime soon.
If you watch one completely insane acrobatics video today, let it be this one.
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country.
If you've ever been unemployed, then you know how scary it can be as those checks start to dry up.
Even Benjamin Franklin noted that eating asparagus "shall give our urine a disagreeable odor."
"¢Â People have always like a little help in the kitchen - the first pancake ready mix (Aunt Jemima) was sold in 1889. Now you can get your pancake mix from an aerosol spray can.
Here's hoping that you'll enjoy today's Brain Game. Simply fill in the blanks with letters, adding "BA" where shown, to solve each of the six clues. Good luck!
We all know George Costanza as the comedic foil to Jerry Seinfeld. Now, get to know George Costanza as the sympathetic everyman.
Full of road rage? How is your arithmetic?
No matter what time it is and what else I have to do, if I happen to catch a glimpse of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on television, I have to watch the whole thing.
Tired of your microwave taking two, three, even four minutes to cook a meal? Sick of conventional "heating" technology that makes your meals in a boringly linear, A-to-Z manner?
You know the songs, but do you know what they're really about? Here are the stories behind some popular tunes.
1. "Hey Man, Nice
Last week we asked for your best rugby stories, and you came through with some great ones.
"Out, damned spot! Out, I say!" laments Lady Macbeth as she attempts to scour an invisible bloodstain in one of Shakespeare's most memorable scenes.