Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.
For years, popular public radio programs This American Life and Fresh Air have been available only as paid downloads or live streams.
Scheduled to open to the public next week, the Grand Canyon Skywalk juts improbably from the Canyon's lip, reaching 70 feet out into the void.
Once again I'm going to the well that is my co-worker Phil Ramunno's blog for floss-worthy material.
I'm not sure what to think about this new addition, but some classic New Yorker cartoons are being turned into mini-animated clips "“ with the magazine's backing no less.
So now that we're old hands at getting up an hour early, we should have no problem heralding (ok, maybe for some of us just intellectually) spring.
Enough with the "you snooze, you lose" phrase already! We've taken the greatest, most productive power-nappers in history, and crammed them into one fun-filled worksheet.
Being an unabashed fan of abandoned buildings, ghost towns and the middle of nowhere (a preoccupation evidenced by recent blogs), I was fascinated to discover that significant chunks of some Detroit n
The other night for dinner I had Kellogg's Raisin Bran. Breakfast-for-dinner is lazy and fun.
"¢ He dropped out of school at age 16.
"¢ He's produced albums by WWF Superstars, David Hasselhoff and the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
"¢ Stanley Kubrick purchased Cowell
Long-time readers may recall that we're big fans of Jonathan Coulton. In celebrating his entire catalog, we came across a podcast he produces...from the moon!
When the Eiffel Tower was first built, it was the tallest building in the world. At 986 feet, it was almost twice as tall as the previous tallest building, the Washington Monument.
We're not altogether certain who would want one of these in their house, unless you've got a collection of shrunken heads and necklaces woven from human hair for them to go along with.
In this the third part of our ongoing 433-part series, Better Know a Director, we'll do a once-over on the work of Jonathan Glazer. The Fightin' Glazer.
Question: What's greasy, grimy, and surprisingly useful?
Answer: Turkey guts"¦and a lot of other stuff, too.
It's time for another whimsical Tuesday Turnip search wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting factoids "turn-up."
In honor of the NCAA tournament, today I