Lyme disease is named for Lyme, CT, where several cases were identified in 1975.
I'm not a big reality-show guy, but I just couldn't resist a show called 101 Things Removed from the Human Body, a one-off program so nasty that Wikipedia refers to it as a "Shockumenta
I recently stumbled across an essay from 1946, by George Orwell. It describes his motives, and the motives he suspects are universal, in writing books.
Today is not my birthday. No, I was born on the 30th of July. But a co-worker recently informed me her planned c-section would be that day.
Lord knows there are a ton of terrible band names out there.
This is Bailey. You may remember her from such posts as "Man vs.
A couple of weeks ago, cleaners painted over this Banksy mural worth an estimated
For all you number nuts in the house, in case you haven't seen this circulating around the web: At 3 minutes and 4 seconds after 2 AM (and PM, if you're using a 12-hour clock) this Sunday, t
Sometimes there's nothing more apt or consoling than a monstrous clichÃ©. So, uh, life is like a roller
Wither thou goest, bees? So far, it's a mystery for the ages: in territories across Canada, Europe and more than 25 states in the U.S., around 40% of bees have simply disappeared.
What does legendary, long-dead painter Vincent Van Gogh have to do with an Earth-sized storm whose whipping winds top 400 mph?
I'm not sure if you've been following the recent controversy in Middle Earth, but the video game company behind Lord of the Rings Online has recently decided not to allow players to get marr
Reuters reports that father-and-son team Thomas and Stuart Mitchell have unlocked a coded music system present in decorations of the Rosslyn Chapel.
While there had been doubts about whether this briefcase bicycle would ever go into production, Treehugger's reporting that thing should be on the market in the US by next year.
Perhaps the brass over at Sony saw the big response to our second TV theme song quiz, featuring the old classic from Charlie's Angels.
Patrick Blanc embeds building surfaces with a form of ecological art: huge swaths of plants.