The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
I went to a university with a seemingly
perplexing mascot. How do you get a small red bird from a large, destructive force of nature?
"Tom Lehrer is, in my opinion, is the cleverest and funniest man of the twentieth century, and he's kind of my hero, and he wrote a song called 'The Elements' because he was a scie
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
We're going Monday-Wednesday this week because of the holiday week as co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I bring you the next How Did You Know?
There's a movement out there, among a disgruntled faction of parents, which argues that kids in America have been saddled with too much homework.
While we're still years away from housing an entire meal inside of a gumball, a la Willy Wonka, a recent Chow article shows just how to incorporate a whole Thanksgiving meal into one cake.
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid (the red square).
The Case of the Vanishing Blonde. A story worthy of Sherlock Holmes, but which happens to be true. (via Metafilter)
How well do you use apostrophes?
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Last week, during their meeting about the South Stream gas transit pipeline and other large-scale energy projects, Bulgarian Premier Boyko Borisov gave Russian Pr
I've been traveling a lot for work lately and would love to get the kind of singing reception that an improv group did at Heathrow when I return to Hartsfield-Jackson!
We're having a grand old time showing off Split Decision at the Chicago Toy & Game Fair.
NFL WEEK ELEVEN
We say goodbye to bye weeks in Week 11, returning to a full schedule of 16 games per week for the remainder of the 2010 NFL season.
From reader Cathy in Japan comes an amazing set of links: "In Japan many people stop during the day for a daily "exercise time" known as "Rajio Taiso" (radio exercise).
Thermite is a mixture of metal and rust that somehow react at extremely high temperatures. There are many formulas for thermite. All are dangerous.
I’m not complaining about where I work – I spend my days in a pretty cool building. But it’s no Google. Then again, not much is.