John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
Around the end of the 19th century, the French were fond of christening cocktail hours "l'heure verte" in honor of all the absinthe people were knocking
I've always heard of Jonestown and "drinking the Kool-Aid," but I've never known much about it.
Next weekend, my wife and I are heading back to our alma mater.
Nobody ever said, "The vendor and/or consultant is always right."
After the February JetBlue debacle, where thousands of passengers were stranded for days, a lot of public relations agenc
I'm probably lucky: I haven't broken up with (or been broken up with by) that many people.
I thought I'd continue the theme of last week's On Music post, today focusing on a rather direct lift, which results in more of an homage than anything like Bernstein's nod to Beethoven
If you're sick of racing snapping turtles in your driveway, you might want to consider attending (or "attending")Â The Great Turtle Race, April 16th-29th; sponsorship & donation pro
As someone who's moving tomorrow (and doesn't particularly want to) because my landlord is selling my house (just like he said he wouldn't) it's hard not to crack a smile at this .
Okay, I'll admit it -- I've been a LOST fan since the beginning, looking forward to each episode and often watching them twice.
When I was eight-years-old, my favorite TV show, toys, cassette tape, shirt, and belt accessory were all produced by the WWF.
For those who don't know, or may have forgotten, a chiasmus is a grammatical figure by which the order of words in one of two parallel clauses is inverted in the other.
They're called "flash mobs," and they started popping up in the U.S. a few years ago. Coordinated via the internet, large groups converge at a particular place, where they do ...
You've probably seen the pictures: Mexican miners dwarfed by enormous gypsum crystals more than thrice their size.
Oh, they do. And here's proof: menwhoknit.com, where there are forums, insightful polls (e.g.
ThisToThat.com is a highly functional web site with a single purpose: "Because people have a need to glue things to other things." You select the two things to glue and the site recommends