The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.
There have been presidential daughters almost as long as there have been presidents.
I stumbled on the Lexicon of Comicana recently when I was researching something else for the _floss and immediately thought what a good quick 10 it would be.
Several friends of mine have reported strange chat sessions over the past few months.
It's a pyramid on wheels! The Dream Car 123 is an electric vehicle that holds only one passenger.
Each of these numericalÂ groups conclude with the exact same number.
All this month I'll be looking at some of the more popular audio signal processing effects out there, which I'm sure you'll recognize from some of the most successful songs ever recorde
The Houston Chronicle has many images of the aftermath of Hurricane Ike.
The Word Fragments Game asks you so assemble parts of words.
Not that I knew him particularly well or really at all, save through his writing, but I did meet Wallace, one of America's youngest literary giants, in 1998 or '99, when he did a reading at
Thanks to everyone who entered and voted in our 11th Caption Contest. As promised, we have three winners.
By Robbie Whelan
When you hear the banjo, you probably picture one of two things—Kermit the Frog strumming away or the inbred boy from Deliverance.
The merciful people who put out my high school's yearbook did not ask seniors to provide inspirational, poignant or otherwise meaningful quotes to run beneath our class photos.
Over the past year, the art on "Feel Art Again" has ranged from the traditional masters (Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh, both shown above) to the highly controversial (DuanPen, Marcel
We all know that spelling in the English language is a convoluted subject at best, a point made rather clear in this clip, where 102-year-old Ed Rondthaler gives a convincing argument in his quick Eng
I don't really have an anecdotal explanation for today's Quick 10. It's pretty self explanatory"¦ it's really large creative works.
When we bought our first house, I developed a newfound urge to garden. Guess what? My thumb didn't get any greener when we acquired a mortgage.