7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
While it’s not unusual for a film to have unused screenplays hiding in a filing cabinet somewhere, the lost scripts of Indiana Jones are a fascinating look at what might have been for everyone’s favor
We're taking a look back at the fine art competitions that originated in ancient Greece and were revived as part of the modern Olympics from 1912 to
Plane Carrying Proposal Banner Crashes
Mike Flynn hired a plane to carry a banner saying "Will you marry me?" over the beach where his girlfriend Michelle would see it.
For the last 100 years, the Olympic spirit has come with an asterisk for the United States. It's not doping. It's not underage gymnasts.
All eyes are on London for the start of the 2012 Olympics, so today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Free-for-all Friday challenge tests your knowledge of the most recognizable Games symbol.
The "mystery woman" seen with Kim Jong-Un recently was the source of international speculation, which all turned out to be wrong.
As the Olympic Games get set to kick off in London with the opening ceremony on Friday, we know that the next couple of weeks will feature some fantastic athletic stories to inspire us, amaze us, and
In 1977, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg agreed to make a film called Raiders of the Lost Ark, a tribute to the Saturday matinee adventure serials of the 1930s and 40s.
Welcome back once again to the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME. All the clips below have something in common. Leave your best guesses in the comments.
Romeo + Juliet
Earlier today, we quizzed you on the countries that have won more than 100 Olympic medals. Now it's time for the other side of the equation. Twenty-one countries have won just one medal.
A Happy Little Remix
Recently, Lucas Reilly wrote an awesome article explaining what became of all of the wonderful mountains and rivers and pine trees Bob Ross painted over the years.
Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books.
Thousands of athletes from all over the world are in London for the 2012 Olympics. Many of them are already stars, having trained their entire lives for this chance at gold.
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