The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
One of our readers (okay, it was my friend Lisa) noticed a mention of "National Hangover Day" in our new-holiday contest -- a day of bleary-eyed and queasy celebration on which "V8 will
CNN is reporting that wheelchair-bound physics genius Stephen Hawking is looking for some hired help.
God, pythons are such gluttons. As if swallowing an electric blanket wasn't bad enough (see here), a Malaysian specimen gulped down a pregnant (PREGNANT?!) sheep and then couldn't move.
For all the Ziggys and Charlie Browns out there who seem to be plagued by perpetual rain clouds hovering over their heads, the MY-DAY umbrella has your damp-weather solution.
I don't know if this is a hoax or not, but I saw it on Popgadget, and figured it was too funny-looking not to post about.
Welcome to the second installment of Thingamajig Thursday.
One of the country's most famous hand-made structures, this week's geo-stumper is considered a towering feat of do-it-yourself engineering by some; an ugly, overgrown yard ornament by others
One of the things I miss about living in NYC is the ability to take the 7 train out to sporting events in Queens. No car, no traffic, no parking woes getting in and out.
CNN published two stories today about small towns in Maine -- one a travel story about a "New England classic" village, the other a horrific story of a quadruple murder at a bed & breakf
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I'm always impressed by families who find fame in multiple generations.
I'm headed to D.C.
I don't know who started the myth that mice like cheese but someone needs to be sued for this lie.
I saw these great pics at TheCellar of La Tomatina, the tomato festival in BuÃ±ol, Spain.
I don't know if you've seen, but there's been a lot of hullabaloo over this ad (left) from Canadian company Simply Audio Books, which had plastered Bush's image on billboards acros