The most shoplifted food item in the U.S. is candy.
This week's archival tidbits come from Cocktail Party Cheat Sheets:
Like Mickey Rooney, Lana Turner, and Elizabeth Taylor, Attila the Hun married more than six different
And we don't just mean that they're really good at it.
Another lesson from The Action Hero's Handbook, which this time is also pretty useful for your everyday nosey neighbor, jealous ex-lover, private eye or other such non-heroic profession.
This reminds me of Steve Martin discussing the horrors of cat juggling in The Jerk.
I'm not sure how many of you remember Bob Ross, the hirsute PBS painter with the soothing voice, but according to G4's TheFeed (my source for all video game news), the dead instructional art
Alex Tew, the crafty genius behind the Million Dollar Homepage is out to make another million dollars.
I know I've blogged about his fantastic songs before, but I'm just sayin' "“ baby got
While writing about evolution for our upcoming cover story on "Big Ideas," I was reminded of the sad story of George Price.
Today's archival tidbit comes from Cocktail Party Cheat Sheets:
Alexander the Great's epitaph is one of the most famous in history: "A tomb now suffices him for whom the whole world
This month's Atlantic includes a fascinating article by Michael Hirschorn on what newspapers have to do to stay relevant in an increasingly diffuse, almost schizophrenic, media environment.
Andy Rooney is in the news this week, distancing himself from a viral list of offensive statements attributed to him.
Apparently, a cargo container full of junk food washed up on shore in the Outer Banks in North Carolina.
I stumbled across these earlier today, and I was thoroughly amazed.
I remember the day NYC's smoking ban went into effect and bar owners from the Bronx to Brooklyn feared for their businesses.