M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
Whenever I go for ice cream, I always see lots of little kids. My previous theory, devised after years of ethnographic research, was that kids really liked ice cream.
Living in the Pacific Northwest, I occasionally experience the wimpiest of earthquakes, and they are endlessly entertaining to gossip about with other terrified locals.
In the comments under yesterday's post on Real Reality Stars, reader Dawn wisely mentioned Star Search.
This post will feel more like my Book Corner feature, but it's not. It's hard to review a book you haven't read.
We here at the _floss go positively mental when archaeologists find cool new things, and these 13 towers in Peru, built 2,300 years ago and believed to have been used to measure the motion of the sun
We now live in a world where the seventh-best American Idol contestant is an Oscar-winning actress. This got me thinking.
People will do the strangest things to get into the Guinness Book.
It's getting to be about that time of year again...college admissions!
I say, if you're gonna break that diet, do it in style.
While researching a new article for the print version of the _floss, I came across some surprising inventions to tackle ear wax.
First was the practice of "ear candling," in which a hollo
Yup, it's that time again"¦ perhaps the worst time of the year for everyone except accountants, right?
But there's a least one bit of good news this year, courtesty of moneygirl'
Historical reenactment is a marriage of education and role-playing games. Those who are involved with reenactment groups are dedicated to promoting an understanding of history.
This is not a leap year.
... Virginia is sorry. On the eve of the 400th anniversary of the establishment of the Jamestown settlement (in May of 1607), the Virginia state legislature is doing some soul-searching.