Atticus Finch's final speech in To Kill a Mockingbird was shot in one take.
When resources are scarce in an area, the animals dealing with such scarcity will often evolve to be smaller, and thus use less resources.
We've all heard of snakes on a plane, but what about cats on a bus? Or dogs on a subway?
Here at the _floss, we don't usually do product reviews or promote many items other than the goodies we sell in our store. It's just never been part of our brand.
They may not have much time to keep up with the latest box office hits, but recent presidents have all been avowed movie fans. Barack Obama loves The Godfather (Parts I and II ...
Besides being four letters long (and ending in the same three letters) what specific and unusual property do these three words share?
BOWS, ROWS, SOWS
Here is the SOLUTION.
This is uber-cute and worth repeated viewings -- but there's a bit of an underlying story, to my mind.
The 20 Weirdest Apartment Buildings in the World. At least from the outside; inside they might be perfectly normal as far as I know.
Eels are strange and alien to the eye.
Over the years, Barnum's Animal Crackers has featured 54 different animals.
On February 13, 1970, a band from Birmingham, England, called Black Sabbath released their self-titled debut album.
There's a certain creepiness to wax museums. That's probably why I'm drawn to Madame Tussauds whenever I'm in a city that's home to one.
When your wife is incredibly social (as mine is) and your son is the cutest child on earth (as mine is), you get used to participating in unwanted social interaction in public places.
Here's a delightful video to fill three minutes of your day: Words by Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante.
Alternate universes and super powers may be limited to comic books, but costumed crusaders are everywhere in the real world.
Every dog owner knows why they gave their dog its name, but how well do you know the story behind their breed names? Let's take a look at where a handful of common breeds found their monikers.
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi