Michael Jackson’s 1988 autobiography Moonwalk was edited by Jackie O.
Glamor camping, or "glamping," as it's been dubbed, is on the rise in the U.S., even as the number of visits to national parks is declining.
By moving only ONE quarter to a different location, how can you create TWO crossing rows of quarters with FOUR coins each?
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The world was waiting for a contraption that addressed one of mankind's most pressing needs -how to drink beer faster. The wait is over, because Bierstick is
I was feeling nostalgic recently and decided to Google some of the TV stars I grew up watching. Turns out, many have their own Web sites, and one even has a blog.
1. Dick Van
America's Most Time-Draining Airports. You can't avoid them because they are major hubs.
The former planet Pluto's legacy lives on as a new word.
If you weren't around last week and taking every single Lunchtime Quiz is important to you, here you go. And be sure to come back tomorrow, when Ethan Trex kicks off the week with a movie quiz.
If you own a television or have walked by any store selling either hardware, sporting goods or electronics, then you know this Sunday is Father's Day.
Thanks to the overwhelming number of responses to our call for suggestions, "Feel Art Again" will now also be appearing on Saturdays (at least for the summer).
For the next two weeks, the distinctive ping of aluminum bat meeting ball returns to the grand stage.
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My alma mater, Iowa State University, was founded in 1858... so that puts it waaaay out of the running for this list. In fact, all U.S.
Talk about an old idea.
With Indiana Jones and Narnia II, Revenge of the Chronic already in the can and Batman, Hulk, Hellboy and Mummy sequels coming up, 2008 is set to be not only the summer of the sequel, but the summer o
Loyal viewers are familiar with those stalwart TV dads like Cliff Huxtable and Ward Cleaver.
Andy Baio of Waxy.org has begun posting digitized versions of a 1992 documentary about personal computers entitled The Machine That Changed the World.