The word "unfriend" appeared in print all the way back in 1659.
While they had plenty of other culinary talents, the Native Americans were not a cheese-making people.
Yesterday's Quick 10 looked at memorable moments in music censorship.
Very soon, we'll be referring to President Obama instead of President Bush.
Rarely, if ever, have there been five movies in simultaneous release that I would enthusiastically recommend to anyone, even in the midst of the annual holiday slew of prestige Oscar hopefuls.
Will Eisner, the creator of The Spirit comic series, is in the house today. Well, not exactly. As you might know, Will died some years ago.
How Spiders Make Their Webs. Sir David Attenborough makes the process appear both simple and profound.
Some Protect the Ego by Working on Their Excuses Early.
Today, my younger sister flew off to Italy for a semester in Florence.
The second book up for grabs is The American Skyscraper, a collection of wonderful photographs by Eric Mull of the 51 tallest buildings in the United States.
As a Public Radio Nerd (PRN), I've long enjoyed Science Friday, the weekly NPR call-in show that brings popular science to the masses.
Super interesting topic today "“ I was quite intrigued by the research (with lots of YouTube clips).
My resolution should have been to find a panel of judges to pick the winners of these daily contests. The submissions were really great "“ some were ingenious, others laugh-out-loud funny.
When you belly up to the bar, how well do you know the cocktail you're ordering?
After every presidential election since 1984, Newsweek has printed the best gossipy stories, revealing all the whining and backbiting of America's greatest spectacle.
When the digital camera came along, the long-reigning king of photographic convenience, the Polaroid camera, was dethroned.