Michael Jackson wanted to do a Harry Potter musical. J.K. Rowling said no.
So this is surprising: beat writer Jack Kerouac was way into fantasy baseball, and invented a detailed fantasy baseball game which he played -- by himself -- unbeknownst to his friends and colleagues
This week's edition of TV-Holic highlights some child stars who, in one way or another, had serious parental problems.
1. Taran Noah
It's hard enough navigating the ins and outs of all this rapidly-changing social media technology: Friendster was popular just a few years ago but it seems like decades past now; MySpace has beco
Lots of folks are cutting back on vacations this summer, and some are staying home completely to save money.
We decided to put a price on education with the following look at of some of the most expensive secondary schools in the county.
I spent way too longÂ putting this puzzle together... andÂ if you're daring, you'llÂ spend way too long trying to solve it. But hey, it's Thursday, and the weekend is on the horizon.
Those who've been following this blog for a long time probably remember my old Weekend Word Wraps, and all the complaining I used to do about expressions like, like.
The High Cost of Poverty. Wealthy people don't realize that the poorer you are, the more you pay for just the basics.
The Amazing Spider Cat!
Tonight we take a look at one of the reasons YouTube was invented in the first place...newsroom bloopers.
Did you know Tony Danza isn't the biggest fan of local
It's official "“ at 4,032 pages, all resting on a spine over a foot thick, the world's thickest book is The Complete Miss Marple.
I realize this is a pretty morbid subject, but when I was researching the Statue of Liberty for Monday's article I came across a list of people who have jumped off of Lady Liberty.
Discover Magazine's Cosmic Variance blog brings us Rules for Time Travelers, a set of eleven rules that help to explain (or contradict) various time-travel scenarios in pop culture.
Our growing posse hit 4,000 last night. I'd like to see us get over 5,000 by the end of the month.
In 1853, with the California Gold Rush in full swing, a 24-year-old German-Jewish immigrant named Levi Strauss arrived in San Francisco.
What makes a building scary? Its design has something to do with it, certainly.