About one in every 4 million lobsters is born with a rare genetic defect that turns it blue.
There are two kinds of people. Those who don't take issue with this post's title, and those now compelled to send me hate mail.
Five years ago, I had no idea the second camp existed.
I found this map on Pennylicious (a terrific blog about money).
Now that swearing like a pirate has jumped the shark, isn't it time we exhumed another subgenre of anachronistic curse words?
Oh, what troubled times we live in: our public officials can't pronounce "nuclear" and don't know what the Internet is, our youths confuse their senators with members of Bon Jovi,
If you haven't heard of it, that's about to change.
This Friday, in the big, coastal cities that are privy to such things, a new film called The Science of Sleep will be released.
Astronauts on the space shuttle Atlantis, due to come home tomorrow, have apparently spotted an alien flying saucer unidentified flying object:
NASA engineers are checking into a baffling sight of a
MSNBC is reporting today that "Dozens of fish, shrimp and coral species, including two new types of a shark that walks on its fins, have been discovered in waters off New Guinea in the South Paci
If you thought the recent E. Coli spinach scare was terrifying, get a load of what a bowl of sea turtle can do to you.
I'd heard rumors that you could buy a lot of things from Japanese vending machines, but I had no idea of the variety.
If you've never been to Martha's Vineyard -- which, until this past weekend, I hadn't -- you might assume it's purely a sort of prep heaven, a land of Cape Codders and lobster-embr
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip Google search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up." Today I stumbled upon this wonderful
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip debuts tonight at 10pm on NBC. Set your TiVos.
In Japanese, karaoke means empty orchestra. Around the world, this popular passion translates to packed bars.
Three of the images below are Picasso sketches. Three were made under a U.S. government program testing the effects of LSD. if you can tell which are which you're doing better than we