Michael Jackson wanted to do a Harry Potter musical. J.K. Rowling said no.
It's called "the Zone," and I'll be the first to admit that I've been in it many times -- though more often at age ten than recently.
Anyone Can Play Guitar is back with a whole new look, a new guitar teacher, and 6 new lessons—one each Monday until the middle of January.
Today we'll learn the names of the notes on
Waistband Stretcher? That could be the title of my Thanksgiving dinner! I prepared both ham and turkey, plus dressing, gravy, potatoes, deviled eggs, and mincemeat pie.
Fill each of the four blanksÂ with a letter of the alphabet to turn "BRAIN" into a different word:
B _ R _ A _ I _ N
HERE is the solution.
B A R B A R I A
The World in 2009, according to The Economist. Why we can't believe economic predictions, according to Slate.
Sick of giving out the same old boring presents?
By David A. NorrisPhilately: it's the end-all, be-all of popular hobbies curiously pursued by nobody you know.
by Graeme Wood
Forget Apple and Pilot Inspektor. If you really want to give your kid a hard time growing up, just pick from the following list.
My wife recently found a VHS tape filled with holiday specials, all recorded during the 1987 and 1988 Christmas seasons. For her, the unequivocal highlight was A Muppet Family Christmas.
This will be an abbreviated version of the 'Happy Hour,' since we are heading to Thanksgiving II: The English Family shortly. But before I leave, let me throw out a few topics for
By Mark Peters
While the meanings of monikers such as Ethiopian, Hobokenite, and Earthling aren't hard to suss out, it's a little tougher to guess where to find a Moonraker or a Zonie.
Ask anyone what Iceland is known for and they're likely to rattle off things like the sagas, Steinn Steinarr, whale hunts, geothermal power, black pudding, and, of course, BjÃ¶rk.
Cleveland's NBC affiliate, WKYC, just ran a nice segment on mental_floss and our $50,000 Tuition Giveaway.
Here are a few places where you can get your meal for free "“ if you're up to the challenge of wolfing down ten percent of your body weight in one sitting.