12+1 = 11+2, and "twelve plus one" is an anagram of "eleven plus two."
Sir Patrick Stewart talks about Shakespeare, and briefly about his other roles.
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen will provide links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country. If there's something fun going on in your local library this week, leave us a
Monsterpiece Theater is a Sesame Street segment parodying Masterpiece Theater (which is now known just as Masterpiece).
Many of you wrote last week (or the week before) and suggested Encyclopedia Brown for a Quick 10, saying that many of us probably have developed our _flossy ways thanks to the boy detective.
If you thought bus tours were only for people with bad travel agents, you were right. But they're also for perfectly normal people with perfectly bizarre tastes.
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
As someone with the complexion of a vampire, I have never been in a tanning booth. I eschew base tans and head to the beach armed with SPF 55 and an umbrella.
Apollo 11 launched on July 16, 1969, on its way to the moon.
Some people will try to convince you thatÂ one is the loneliest number, thatÂ 4 forÂ 4 is better than 1 for 1, and thatÂ 2 + 2 = 3.
They're called Weta Legs, and they were designed by a Seattle woman named Kim Graham, who's working as a designer at Peter Jackson's film studio in New Zealand, Weta.
Brent Jones doesn't exist: he has no birth certificate, no social security number, and as he graduates, can't get college aid because of his lack of legal documentation.
After the smashing success of the Mr. Wizard edition of the Late Movies, we thought we'd give you more childhood science shows. Here are some of our favorites.
Airing TONIGHT on NOVA at 8pm in most markets: Mind Over Money, a program about economics, the brain, and how emotions affect decision-making.
Oh, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle. When you look back at these stories today, they were clearly intended as lessons for kids. But because Mrs.
Remember 1996 -- or, as I call it -- the golden age of websites?