When asked if Abe had any hobbies, Mary Todd Lincoln said, “Cats.”
Each of this week's Brain Games will involve the sport of Major League Baseball.
Every scientific post should begin with a fun little quiz like this one.
We could use a few extra hands around here. If you're especially talented, looking for something to do this summer, and willing to work for next-to-nothing, this job's for you.
You probably know the story of Imelda Marcos and her, um, shoe problems. But she is hardly the only person to collect an overwhelming number of something that seems absurd to the rest of the world.
Last week, The Independent ran a cheeky photo series on things that make Britain great "“ like blankets, Wimpy Burgers, and pigeons.
Who said counting to 10 calms you down? Every time we try to breathe our way to that blessed number, we end up excited by a whole new list of outrageous stories.
Get ready for a flashback...I present you Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" performed by an "orchestra" of vintage computer parts, including an Atari 800XL, Texas Instruments TI-99/
Happy Administrative Professionals Week! This annual salute to office staff was first observed 57 years ago, though it was called Secretaries' Day at the time.
The Coen Brothers' classic The Big Lebowski hit theaters more than ten years ago, and while it didn't make a big splash at the box office, it's enjoyed a cult status which only seems to
Peapod Mobility, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chrysler, will roll out the revolutionary Peapod on Earth Day, which is Wednesday. The website is just a tease for the
We're thrilled to have Joshua Davis in the house today. If you don't know his writing, it's high time you checked it out.
The story of X -- evolution of a sex chromosome.
At the request of reader AMR, this weekend's "Feel Art Again" post features British sculptor Anish Kapoor (born 1954).
Almost since the invention of the automobile, people have dreamed of building a single vehicle that could drive on the road and take to the sky.