Thomas Jefferson wrote parts of the Declaration of Independence in a Philadelphia tavern.
In 1978, David Copperfield burst onto the scene with an impressively corny-but-endearing TV special shot for CBS.
In Dr. Edie Widder’s opinion, there’s no animal more appropriate for science fiction than the real life giant squid. “You couldn’t ask for a better alien,” she says.
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By Prohibition’s end, temperance types had found a new target: pinball. Their crusade got a boost when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
For a bibliophile, there’s no greater pleasure than sharing beloved books, but no crueler pain than losing them for good.
Maybe they didn't fit the tone of the film they were supposed to appear in. Maybe the director just couldn't find a place for them.
In 1816, French physician Rene Theophile Hyacinthe Laennec had a young woman on his exam table, and no idea what to do with her.
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A red panda named Chewbacca has arrived at the Denver Zoo to mate with their female red panda, Daisy. Which is a fine excuse for an album of cute red panda photographs.
If you've ever put a male betta fish, also known as a Siamese fighting fish, near the tank of another of its kind (or even worse, in the same tank), then you know that these aggressive beauties l
It's Thursday, it's late, it's time once again for the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below, in this case songs, have something in common.
I never get invited to any kind of shindig that’s this cool. Maybe that's because I use words like "shindig."