The 1900 Olympics featured a live pigeon shooting event. The winner bagged 21 pigeons.
I know, I know -- the first rule of Book Club is, don't use Book Club as a verb! But seriously, I never thought I'd say this: I joined a book club.
They’re seemingly everywhere, yet they all started somewhere. Here are the stories of the humble beginnings of 11 chain restaurants.
Thanks for playing the Monday Math Square. The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9.
San Francisco has one of the finest public transit systems in America, but that doesn't mean the buses and subways are always on time.
It's hard to believe that IBM is 100 years old (well, nearly -- it turns 100 on June 16, 2011).
Editor's Note: Miss Cellania is taking a well-deserved week off. She'll return next Monday. In her absence, our good friend Colin Perkins will be guest hosting the Morning Cup of Links.
New rules in the National Football League, as in any sport, are often enacted in response to repeated on-the-field actions or bizarre incidents involving a specific player or coach.
Movie sequels are generally schlocky, but there are exceptions (like The Dark Knight), and this Movie Sequel Map covers them all.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
Here's a little-known fact about dogs: they love roller coasters. Just don't let them eat too much kibble before they
From Richard, a really beautiful collection of lightning photography.
Quick, someone rig a cake using some duct tape, bouillon cubes and spackle! That's right, it's McGyver's birthday on Sunday.
My family celebrated the arrival of our first granddaughter yesterday, so I couldn't resist picking out some of my favorite classic baby videos for the Late Movies.
The basement in most homes is crammed with mountains of dusty old toys, clothes, holiday decorations and all other types of broken, forgotten or useless clutter.
John Scapes decided to go another w