In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
I've written about the science documentary COSMOS quite a bit already. But I thought I'd take this Late Movies opportunity to show you some awesome clips from it.
Back at the end of May, I promised to cover 13 artists from 13 different countries in the 13 "Feel Art Again" posts for the month of June.
Radio's talking heads are paid to spend hours talking each day, but how much do they really reveal about themselves?
It was this day in 1963 that zip codes as we know them today were introduced to the U.S. I know your internal trivia arsenal is lacking in ZIP code facts, so we will remedy that today.
Steve Lekson is an archaeologist at the University of Colorado.
I just heard that the Sony Walkman turns 30 this week.
"¢ Though botanically the tomato is a fruit, it was declared a vegetable by the Supreme Court in 1893.
Pardon my brief rant: what is this endless fascination with all things Lego?!
Since Independence DayÂ occurs overÂ a weekend this year, some of us will get a "bonus" weekday (this coming Friday or Monday) off work. But regardless of when it's celebrated, U.S.
Mathematics has fascinated the human race nearly as long as our existence.
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We're back with another 5-day trivia hunt!
First let's meet our current champion, and big $100 winner, Daniel Wilson.
Those of youÂ who read our blog dailyÂ may wellÂ solveÂ today's Brain Game puzzle fairly quickly.
Creatures from the Sewer! Reading an explanation of what this is doesn't make the sewer-cam video any less disturbing.
6 New Personality Disorders Caused by the Internet.
By Alex Abella
If you think the Internet came out of Silicon Valley, that NASA planned the first satellite to orbit Earth, or that IBM created the modern computer—think again.
I'm having a 1920s-themed party for my birthday in a few weeks and was all excited to serve old fashioned 1920s-style drinks.