The actor who was inside R2-D2 hated the guy who played C-3PO.
This weekend is kind of a strange anniversary "“ it was August 31, many years ago (OK, it was 1888 if we're being precise) that Jack the Ripper took his first known victim.
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You've heard all about Palestine and Tibet, Quebec and Chechnya. But those aren't the only places that want to be sovereign.
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If you've made it this far, I commend you! One more puzzle to solve and you're home free.
As the college football season kicks off, teams are ready to vie for the two national championship trophies.
If you didn't see the movie, you ain't missin' much, but the first 30 seconds of the trailer lays out what Jonsey's looking for in this sequel:
What Indiana's referring t
Senator John McCain just named Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate.
We've all heard that the United Arab Emirates has been hard at work constructing the world's tallest building.
The Dilemma: Either you're a rabid AC/DC fan in search of lyrical meaning or you've got some pressing need to blow something up. Either way, we've got your answer.
The fact that I refer to today's answer as being an "American English" word might provide a hint, so keep that in mind:
What's the only remotely common American English word
Let's kick things off with one of the greatest passive-aggressive notes I've ever seen.
If you're heading to the beach, here's a little inspiration: 8 Architecturally Awesome S
Since it has been several weeks since "Feel Art Again" covered a Russian artist, today is a good time for Alexei Alexeievich Harlamoff (1840-1925).
Speaking at last year's EG Conference in Los Angeles, animal behaviorist Ian Dunbar gave a talk on dog-friendly dog training.
I'm not a champion Scrabble player by any means - I often resort to words like "at" and "it" just to use up a turn.
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