Thomas Jefferson wrote parts of the Declaration of Independence in a Philadelphia tavern.
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Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
The Four Lads sang a song in 1953 about a city that changed its name.
Take me back to Constantinople
No, you can't go back to Constantinople
Now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople
Set your DVRs: tonight (July 27) on the Discovery Channel, The Colony airs at 10pm. Read on for a first look!
What separates good reality TV from bad reality TV?
I used to work for an advertising agency, and we frequently used stock photo websites for ads and other projects.
Today's Brain Game isÂ perhaps trickier than it first seems... but hey, maybe you can use it one day to win a bar bet. Good luck:
Name every U.S.
It's a key plot element of probably every thriller ever made, and a lot of other movies, as well.
What should medicine do when it can't save your life? Providing quality time for dying patients requires medical professionals to get past facing defeat.
The world record for the number of people dressed as Smurfs is 2,510. The record was set in Wales in 2009.
Related Fact: The previous record? A mere 1,253.
[Source: The Daily Telegraph.
Note: This post originally appeared last year.
Most of us cringe when we hear some of the names celebrities inflict on their kids - Moxie Crimefighter, Audio Science. But what about people who do it to themselves?
35mm from Felix Meyer on Vimeo.
35MM is a creative and perplexing animated ramble through 35 famous movies in 2 minutes.
Major League batters see, on average, about four pitches per at-bat. So something like an 8-pitch at-bat is considered pretty long.
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid (the red square).
Canadian attorney Charles Millar died a childless bachelor, but he left $568,106 to the woman who gave birth to the most children in Toronto in the 10 years following his 1928 death.
WikiLeaks gave 90,000 classified documents on the war in Afghanistan to the New York Times, The Guardian, and Der Spiegal.