Michael Jackson wanted to do a Harry Potter musical. J.K. Rowling said no.
Josh Childress, a former star at Stanford and a key piece of the Atlanta Hawks' 2008 playoff run, is nowhere to be found on NBA rosters this season.
When forks first came about, in the Middle East around the beginning of the 11th century, there's some evidence that people really only used them for pinning down meat to cut it.
You hear tales of ghosts, witches, vampires, monsters, and other assorted scary icons. But none can be more terrifying than bunny rabbits!
Joanie was born in Seattle, Washington,
on January 18, 1973,
but her birthday is during the summer
and she celebrates it each year
with a big party on the beach.
How is this pos
Displays of altruism or selflessness towards others can be sexually attractive in a mate. I have one thing to say about that study: duh.
Top Ten Worst Halloween 'Candies'.
The year was 2007. (Let's say late April/early May.) The Dow was over 13,000, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays were a national joke, and most of our politicians were running for President.
I leave for vacation on Sunday, so I'm a little preoccupied with getting the house in order, getting laundry done, printing confirmations, getting the dogs kennelled at the vet, etc.
Garrett Lisi is a physicist...and a surfer who lives in a van down by the beach.
Ever wonder about the stories behind the products you use daily? While baking recently, I noticed my chocolate was made in 1780. Not the chocolate itself, but the brand, Baker's Chocolate.
Call me a nerd (hey, I do write for Mental_floss), but I kind of miss my math homework.
How did an ordinary Southern California girl grow up to earn a footnote in history as the first female to attempt to assassinate a U.S. president?
Once a year, BlogActionDay.org gets thousands of blogs big and small to unite and talk about one issue. This year's conversation is on poverty.
I dunno, I kind of think it would be cool if we all still wrote with big fountain pens. Perhaps I've seen Harry Potter one too many times. At any rate, Lazlo Biro definitely disagreed with me.
I'm not talking big house vs. small house -- that's too easy, and simplistic.
To continue on with yesterday's baseball pitches theme, today I thought we'd look at the knuckleball, which was on display last night as Boston's famous knuckleball pitcher, Tim Wakefie