Alaska is so big that you could fit 75 New Jerseys in it.
As a science writer, I occasionally get random unsolicited pitches, announcements, and deep thoughts from scientists and science buffs.
While I'm a true and tried Apple user, I've been eyeing the Microsoft Zune with curiosity—not so much because I want one, but because I'm dying to know how the supposed "
The last few days, Bravo has been giving viewers a heavy dose of Back to the Future, the first VHS tape I ever bought.
Sometimes our staff likes to sit around and challenge our brilliant research editors, Sandy Wood and Kara Kovalchik, by throwing out a topic and seeing how many interesting related facts they can come
Good news for you oenophiles out there. That bottle of young Vino Novello you just bought that won't be great for 10 or 20 years?
Today's archival tidbit is the last one from Cocktail Party Cheat Sheets:
The Kama Sutra includes 40 kinds of kissing and 64 sexual positions—but the dirty-dirty only comprises about
While driving through my hometown of Denville, New Jersey (The Hub of Morris County), my wife pointed out this sign.
A new study finds that even after having surgery to remove early stage lung cancer, almost half of those who smoked before surgery eventually start smoking again.
Every now and then a major piece of news trivia slips through our posts and we feel shameful, remiss, careless, negligent, embarrassed.
Those of you who've seen Apocalypto may find yourselves wondering why a number of its characters sport funny-shaped heads and jewels embedded in their teeth.
We're currently settling into our little cottage on Carriacou, the largest of the Grenadines, the island chain off Grenada.
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How on earth did I manage to miss this movie when it came out?
An aspiring composer of humble means, 23-year-old Anna Holtz (Diane Kruger) is seeking inspiration and career advancement in the world
Today's archival tidbit comes from Cocktail Party Cheat Sheets:
Soon after Catherine the Great's death, someone—probably her enemies in the Russian aristocracy—started
"It's OK to use derogatory and vulgar language about your superiors in the office as long as it is done behind their backs, a Malaysian court has ruled."
I thought about paraphrasing