Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
Major technological problems here today. The site's been down for hours. Sorry, everybody. If you're reading this, I have no idea whether that means we're back up for good.
You can do a lot with less than the normal complement of fingers -- including becoming a guitar legend! Here are five famous examples of people achieving fame despite missing some digits!
Man Sets Station On Fire Over Playlist
24-year-old Paul Webster Feinstein has been charged with arson in the case of the February 5th fire at radio station KOOP in Austin, Texas.
February is a tough month. We're in the final stretch of winter, and spring seems like a long way off. Maybe that's why they made it the shortest month. But that wasn't enough!
Since newspapers are generally intended for geographic areas, not to cover specific topics, finding newspapers that are unusual for one reason or another can be tricky.
When my cousins and I were younger, we would play this card game called "Spit" for hours and hours on end (when we weren't playing Paperboy on the Nintendo or watching Rock 'n'
1. 1914: A Prehistoric Dinosaur Leads the Wave of the
Inside the Navy's Armed-Robot Labs. A gallery of the mechanized soldiers of the future. Like in the Terminator movies.
Does online match-making really work?
Was it a sign that while flossing last night, my gums started bleeding?
UPDATE: Well, that'll teach me to blog about physics I don't fully understand!
By "classic," I mean "not new." But while you wait for the Monday launch of our new daily lunchtime quiz, here are three from the archives you might
If you're curious whether or not you should be indulging in the communal cheese dip at this year's Super Bowl party, one scientist has some answers for you.
Whether or not the infamous Ge
Kara and I have had an impossible time picking a winner for our most recent Weekend Genius Challenge, where we asked you to chime in with your more unusual (but easy-to-make) sandwich concoctions.
Many of today's crime dramas owe a debt to Dragnet and its creator, Jack Webb. This week, let's take a closer look at the man, the legend.
Have you ever heard a super-repetitive joke that seemed kinda funny at first, but the longer you watched it, the funnier it got?