The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
The Swiss catamaran Sun21 reached port in Miami last week after its 117-day, entirely solar-powered voyage across the Atlantic.
Last year, Denville's Hot Bagels celebrated National Egg Salad Week. For months.
Now this North Jersey staple is commemorating National Omelet Week. A few problems with this sign...
If kids used to ride you for looking "beat up from the feat up" or for "taking one too many hits from the ugly stick" or even for having a "face that only a mother could love
Thanks to Irene MÃ¼ller for the kind use of herÂ incredible photos!
Two substances meet and react; a laboratory-grade camera captures the results.
Yesterday's April Fools' Day was packed with pranks; here are a few of my
Daft Dave here again. If you missed my debut last week, check it out for a little background on my brief existence.
Like most Americans who've let pets and cable news into their homes, I'm a little freaked out by this pet food recall. According to the FDA website, they're on the case.
A few years back, California cartoonist Jesse Reklaw published Applicant, one of the best one-off 'zines I've run across.
If you're claustrophobic and can't intone through the confessional window, there's the always-accessible portal at Absolution-Online.
Nintendo Wii users surely get the bulk of their entertainment from actual video games on the console, but there's a bizarre and wonderful little feature in the Photo Channel: the Help Cat.
Today's Word Wrap keeps on with our tradition of bringing you the hippest, most happening new words and phrases being coined, as they're coined...
What should I write about today?
This question is part of my morning routine. Between taking out the dog and hopping in the shower, I search my favorite sites for an answer.
Quite possibly, screaming toddlers. At least the snakes kill you; the screaming, like Chinese water torture, just slowly drives you mad.
It's Opening Day! Time to buy some peanuts and Cracker Jack (or at least some soy nuts and rice cakes).
Baseball is full of legends, and plenty of legend. But can you tell truth from fiction?
I am reminded of Spinal Tap guitarist Nigel Tufnel's remarks during the break of their heavy-metal anthem "Stonehenge": "No one knows who they were ...