The sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel is 666.
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema's "The Roses of Heliogabalus" is one of his most famous paintings, and also a representation of one of the most well-known stories about the Roman Emperor Heli
Winter sports fall into three convenient categories: Hockey, Things That Claim to Not Be Hockey But Aren't Fooling Anyone (bandy, ringette, broomball, etc.) and Things That are Not Hockey.
We've all had those days (weeks"¦ months"¦) at work. Nothing seems to go right. Anything that can possibly go wrong does go wrong.
Just as we once preferred picture books to boring word-only books, we as a society like our information doled out in bite-sized, highly graphic form.
Having more than one actor portray the same character happens more often than you'd think on many popular TV series.
Yesterday we looked at writers' rooms -- now let's turn to a related topic: how the actual work gets done.
The classic Rubik's cube is available in different configurations, such as 2x2 pocket cube, the standard 3x3, and the more difficult 4x4 Rubik's revenge, and the 5x5 professor's cube.
Of course, there are many interesting child and teen prodigies worth mentioning in a list like this [Little Stevie Wonder had his first hit record at 13], but these four were either on my mind lately
How the iPhone Blew Up the Wireless Industry. The business deals behind it are as impressive as the phone itself.
Max Yasgur's farm is for sale.
Since we aren't too far removed from the holiday gauntlets, it seems likely that more than a few of us have suffered through something for the sake of politeness.
Update: Not many people were in a link-submitting mood today. Let's make it worth your while.
TheCellar revealed this great new photo of a leopard-print mp3 player that doubles as, you guessed it, a Taser!
By Martin Lewis
What exactly is the worst climate in the world? Whether a given climate is good or bad is subjective; to a native of northern Alaska, for instance, 75Â°F can seem miserably hot.
For some time now, The Guardian has been collecting brief illustrated articles about the rooms where writers work.