Slumber Party Barbie of 1965 came with her own "How to Lose Weight" book. One tip: "Don’t eat."
A stale bagel in a Midwest motel is a far cry from a flaky croissant at a Parisian cafe, but the sentiment is the same.
Lots of languages have distinct plural forms for "you." Wouldn't it be useful if English had one too?
Taken out of context, certain pages from IKEA instruction books can be interpreted as guides to living a fuller and more satisfying life.
The Associated Press's preseason rankings are out, which means college football is right around the corner.
You’ve played blind man’s bluff and hide-and-go-seek. You have Marco Poloed, hot potatoed, and I-Spied.
There are a number of reasons why a sidekick could end up on the cutting room floor instead of helping to save the day.
Astronauts describe the smells that cling to their equipment after spacewalks.
For music videos, just standing in front of a camera and pretending to play your hit single doesn’t cut it anymore.