Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.
Every town has a Broadway or a Main Street. And while some are more exciting than others, they all kind of look the same.
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We're joined this week by a special guest blogger. Patricia T.
When First Twin Jenna Bush is married this weekend in Crawford, Texas, she'll be the first presidential child since 1992 to tie the knot while Dad's in office.
I grew up in a town called Ottumwa and I think it's pretty safe to say that there aren't too many of those scattered across the United States.
Engineer/economist Bill Phillips, a New Zealand native, built a machine to model the British economy in 1949.
Googling "bad rap lyrics" returns a flood of flawed rhymes that could take all day to comb through (my favorite was penned by Mase: "Young, black and famous / with money hangin' ou
Last week, I saw the great documentary Gotta Dance about the Netsationals, a team of senior citizens that danced hip-hop at New Jersey Nets games.
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We're back with another cartoon by regular _floss reader, the multi-talented Robert Bonotto.
Violinist Gives Thank You Concert for Cabbies
Violinist Philippe Quint took a cab home from the airport in New Jersey last month, and left his 285-year-old Stradivarius in the car.
Yes, we have riddles in the daily Brain Game feature.
As the space shuttle lifts off, someone is prepared to destroy it.
This morning I came across a 2005 conversation with Malcolm Gladwell (author of The Tipping Point and Blink) about his work habits -- how he writes from various locations around the world, eschewing t
This weekend will mark the 170th anniversary of the birth of Walter Goodman to the portrait painter Julia Salaman Goodman and her husband, Louis Goodman.