The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
In recent years, I've spent countless hours watching serial TV shows on DVD, devouring episode after episode.
This is a new idea I'm trying out where I talk about something trivial I just learned about and then act outraged about how nobody told me.
Looks like the Curse of the Billy Goat has struck again, and with the Cubs' loss last weekend, it will be at least one more year until the curse is lifted.
Salvador Dali's La persistencia de la memoria (The Persistence of Memory), like the Mona Lisa, is one of the most famous and most referenced paintings of all time.
It's just plain jaw-dropping what you can find on YouTube these days.
The use of the word "epic" in the title could mean any of its uses, possibly "awesome," could be "larger than life," or it could mean "it's a long story"
Twirling Dancer Illusion: the right-brain vs. left brain test. I see her going a different way each time I look, and I can change it easily.
All the hype about the newly released Amir Bar-Lev documentary--"My Kid Could Paint That"--makes me think of when I was casting "Wiccan types" last year & more than a few mothe
This morning, subscribers to our newsletter read the story of our wildly embarrassing photo shoot in Central Park.
Checking out the Your Daily Awesome archives, I came across this gem: a recounting of various performers barred from Saturday Night Live.
A new book called The Scent of Desire argues that smells are subjective; some people love the smell of roses, for instance, and some people -- like a woman interviewed in the book who first smelled ro
Looking over our archives, I'm noticing we like to post about sleep and sleep-related habits. Last winter, Higgins wrote a fabulous post about lucid dreams, or dreams you can control.
King Tut's mummy is to be displayed for the first time next month in Luxor.