The plastic pink flamingo is the official city bird of Madison, WI.
October is here, NHL preseason games are underway, and professional hockey's regular season will be underway soon.
Australia's Lost Giants. Seven foot red kangaroos are scary, but they may have fallen to a puny predator called Homo sapiens.
Citizens of Sicily are standing up to the Mafia.
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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 don’t know that there’s much room for humor in the world of finance, especially when it comes to fast-paced buying and selling.
Light graffiti generally consists of some neat swirls and patterns of light in front of the camera, but artist TigTab has a much more complex process that results in infinitely more fascinating creati
TV's favorite stone-age family first visited our living rooms on September 30, 1960.
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The Andy Griffith Show (TAGS) premiered on television on October 3rd, 1960. That means Sunday will mark the show's 50th anniversary!
In 1853, Saratoga Springs was a fashionable resort destination in upstate New York, providing recuperation and relaxation for rich folks fleeing the filthy, squalid city.
Musician Ben Folds and novelist Nick Hornby (High Fidelity, About a Boy, lots more) have just released a new album called Lonely Avenue.
We're big Olympics fans here at mental_floss, and it's killing us that we've got to wait nearly two more years until the London Olympics begin.
Four friends - Jerry, Will, Roy, and Dan - head to a local course to enjoy 18 holes of golf.
Mintlife has a fascinating slideshow of various currencies that have undergone massive inflation -- often during periods of war or political instability.
The income gap between rich and poor in U.S. is at a record high now. However, Americans can't see it (or face it), whatever their income level.