Johnny Cash’s “A Boy Named Sue” was written by Shel Silverstein.
How big a memehead are you? Have you seen all the Keyboard Cat videos? Autotune the News? Have you seen every LOLcat?
The Top Ten New Species of the Year includes a worm that can throw its gills away, a carnivorous sponge, and a mushroom that has already been a topic on a game show. Then there are some weird ones.
I'm a Stanley Kubrick fan, but the only film of his that I saw in the theater was Eyes Wide Shut. Which led me to wonder -- what were the trailers for his movies like?
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It's hard to imagine that some of our favorite movies could have turned out entirely differently.
By Eric Alt
Switzerland is founded, and yodeling gets off to a trilling start!
Early Alpine shepherds discover how to yodel by alternating their voices between natural singing tones and falsetto p
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country.
Two years ago, I wrote How To Dance While Barely Moving: the "Fishstick," about a new dance craze. Well, a new crazy dance.
Like Panera Bread but think it's a little out of your price range? If you're in St. Louis, you may be in luck.
Today's Brain Game offers the initials of the titles ofÂ seven of the most popular film Westerns of all-time. As an example, the initials AFOD stand for A Fistful Of Dollars.
The Greatest Shakespeare Hoax.
Plenty of fans of this here blog can spout out wonderful facts, historical tidbits, and highlights of a classical education.
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You always hear those amazing stories about how celebrities were discovered - they're just standing in line at the bank or sipping a milkshake at the drugstore, and next thing you know, they'