A baby can cost new parents 750 hours of sleep in the first year.
Following up on our field trip to MetroNaps, let's examine the dark side of sleep. Back in Volume 3, Issue 1 ("Our Worst Issue"), Dr.
It was Friday and we were beat. Rather than fight off sleep with Mocha Lattes or brisk walks, Mangesh and I decided to go the other direction.
On Talk Like a Pirate Day, you can speak the part. You can even look the part, if you like. But if you are really into the pirate phenomena, you can live like a pirate every
1. All the Simpsons, excluding Bart, were named after the family members of creator, Matt Groening. Father Homer Groening, mother Marge and sisters Lisa and
September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day! Avast, ye salty seadogs, ARRRRe ye up fer it?
Twelve-year-old's Homemade Paraglider Leads to Fame.
My theme for this week started out as hair, but for today's post it seemed almost impossible not to extend this theme to include something that wants so badly to be considered hair--that signatur
Michele at Coudal Partners kept hearing about people cleaning their computer keyboards in dishwashers, so she decided to try an experiment -- she popped the keys off her Apple keyboard and washed it.
The sports pages are looking more and more like the police blotter, with wild charges from dogfighting to grand theft memorabilia.
You may have read about Etch-a-Sketch guru George Vlosich III right here back in June, when his talent for painstaking dial-twiddling seemed rare, his monochrome portraits of presidents and basketball
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
Today I typed in "the history of STD
Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley is four years old and weighs a scant ten pounds. She is a rare primordial dwarf.
Doug Williams is a dear friend of mine, and he also happens to hold the Guinness World Record for Longest Nipple Hair.
We've named three of the four winners of last week's "Take Survey, Win Shirt" contest. Congrats to Cathy Earnhart (respondent #50), Chris Wood (respondent #250) and Roger Mullins.
So, how's your Monday treating you? Well, it's about to get a bit more surreal. Prepare yourself for Terry Gilliam's 1968 directorial debut: Storytime.
You may recall a hubbub some years ago about classical music and its beneficent effects on developing young brains.