Yawning is so contagious that it can spread to dogs and monkeys.
On Fridays, I ask a series of unrelated questions. Reading your answers helps me get through the afternoon. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...
There’s just too much weird stuff in Florida to quit after three days. Maybe a fourth Strange States entry will let us get it all out of our system...
What happens when well-known movie directors don’t do any directing at all, and star in other directors’ films in major roles that are more than simple cameos? Here are a few examples.
Reader Joe writes in to say, I recently bought a bag of "dried plums" only to later learn that a delicious dried plum is the exact same as a horrible old prune.
Remember Rickrolling? It was all the rage five years ago, but it eventually went the way of all internet memes, to the vault of staleness.
Brain-hungry undead walkers might not be real, but that's not going to stop the MythBusters from fact checking the zombie apocalypse.
It’s rare to see a single pitch thrown without at least one emptied shell being orally expelled by someone. But when did players start taking them out to the ballgame?
How the master of horror got his first big break—and how his wife inspired him.
Air New Zealand is sponsoring a trip for one lucky candidate to work alongside National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards in Antarctica.
For some of us, every day is Halloween. What better way to celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year with indelible body art?