Barry Manilow did not write his hit "I Write the Songs."
CNN is reporting that Hollywood actor House Peters, Jr. passed away today at the age of 94.
I learned plenty of strange facts this weekend at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
In honor of tonight's highly anticipated Vice Presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, here are two questions the moderator probably won't ask.
As the nation gets ready to hunker down in front of their TV sets tonight and watch the hotly anticipated Palin-Biden debate, I thought it was only appropriate to revisit a few notable moments from VP
The stock market swings up and down, but fashion never fluctuates in corporate America. Every weekday in most big city offices, you'll find a workforce dressed
Yes, they're all consonants, but that's not what we're looking for. And yes, I'm certain some of you will find alternate answers. And that's okay.
I was recently doing some research online about expired Advil. My wife and I noticed our bottle in the medicine cabinet had expired a year ago and were wondering if it was still effective.
What can you do with $700 billion? Buy seventy Hubble telescopes, pay off all the student loans in the country, or a lot of other things.
10 simple things you can do to improve your writing.
In honor of Google's tenth birthday*, the search engine has posted a version of itself as it appeared in January 2001 (the earliest available index).
It was on this day in 1971 that Walt Disney World in Florida opened up to the public.
I first read With Love from Karen years ago when I was home sick with pneumonia.
Cheddar is one of the two most popular varieties of cheese in the United States (the other being Mozzarella).
One of the most striking things about the internet boom and the rise of sites like Youtube is the democratization of fame (or "fame" -- there's certainly a difference between reality sh
by David A. Norris
Nerdy reputation or not, coin collecting (otherwise known as numismatics) has been a hobby since the days of ancient Rome.
We've been getting emails about a strange quirk that—I think—is exclusive to Apple's Safari browser.