ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.
We're continuing Movie Week with a look at one of the '90s most classic cult films. Crank up your AC/DC, shave your head, ramp up your teenage angst and see how much you remember about Empire Records.
Ken Osmond, the actor who played Eddie Haskell in Leave It to Beaver, wasn't the troublemaker in real life. He grew up to become an L.A. policeman.
Tom Van Riper of Forbes has crunched the numbers and come up with a list of the NFL's highest-paid players for the 2011 season. Can you name the top ten? (Last names will suffice.) Good luck!
Black-eyed peas aren't peas, but beans. And coffee beans aren't beans, but seeds.
This week's special guest quizmaster is Hillary Buckholtz of I'm Remembering. Can you determine which of these are actual '80s sitcoms and which we made up?
The area where Washington, D.C., now stands was originally a mosquito-infested swamp. It took years to drain and clear the land before our nation's government was moved to the city in 1800.
How well do you know your presidential coin portraits?
The concept of community service as a form of probation originated in Alameda County, California, in 1966. It was first used as an alternative punishment for female traffic offenders.
Addicted to crime shows? On the lookout for celebrity cameos? Think you can spot which show had their guest star turn up dead? Take our quiz and see how well you know the stiff!
While it's probably the best-known waterfall in North America, Niagara Falls is only the 23rd highest on the continent.