The Arkansas School for the Deaf's nickname is the Leopards.
We’re all used to seeing Snoopy, Spongebob and Spiderman balloons in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. They’re the A-Listers of the parade; the ones everyone anxiously awaits.
In 2008, 333,500 bachelor's degrees were conferred in the field of business—the most popular of all majors.
Related Facts: In all, 1,563,000 bachelor's degrees were awarded in 2007-08.
Recently I came across a great comic outlining what the world would look like if everyone grew up to be what they wanted as kids.
The Microsoft Kinect has been selling like hotcakes, and geeks have been using it to do amazing things.
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?
People who comment on websites and blogs aren't just a homogeneous mass.
In middle-school geography class, our teachers told us that the country of Turkey was not named after the bird.
This may be a difficult word ladder; it took me 11 steps, so I imagine some of you can improve on that number.
When life hands you milk...make Styrofoam.
5 Famous Scientists Dismissed as Morons in Their Time. Sadly, it's hard to say "I told you so" when you're dead.
Let's Talk Turkey!
A big thanks to all the fine Midwesterners who stopped by our booth at the Chicago Toy & Game Fair this weekend.
DEFENESTRATION: the act of throwing someone or something out a window. It's an incredibly specific word for an act which has figured large in cinematic history.
YES! You can play this challenge/contest without knowing a thing about the weekly hunt! It's sort of a one-off - a stand-alone if you will.
I went to a university with a seemingly
perplexing mascot. How do you get a small red bird from a large, destructive force of nature?
"Tom Lehrer is, in my opinion, is the cleverest and funniest man of the twentieth century, and he's kind of my hero, and he wrote a song called 'The Elements' because he was a scie