At the end of Prohibition, FDR said, "What America needs now is a drink."
Chances are, you've been humming these classic TV theme songs for years. Now you can get their lyrics stuck in your head, too.
I grew up on Cunningham Street, and it was a cruel slap of encroaching old age when the person I was giving my address to over the phone didn't know what I meant when I replied "Just like th
Note: Colin is off at some conference. Make InternJulia feel welcome!
Ahhh, the age-old melting ice cream excuse!
• Cabbages are derived from the wild mustard plant of the Mediterranean region, and have been popular since ancient times. Cato the Elder praised the cabbage for its many medicinal uses.
Back in the 90s, you could buy any of these things. You could get them all at the same time if you wanted.
Usually the government sticks to reality, but there are a number of times where agencies have investigated or weighed in on more mythical ideas.
1. "Romeo and Juliet" – Dire Straits
Dolly Parton, Steve Forbert, Elvis Costello, Michael Penn... These are just a few of many artists who've referenced the name Romeo in their songs.
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We hope the new word ladder puzzle for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Wednesday Wordplay challenge won't upset your stomach:
By changing one letter in each step to form English words,
Medicines and medical practices have come a long way in a relatively short time. Here are some items that have vanished from medicine cabinets in the last few decades.1.
NASA has been waking up astronauts using music since the Apollo Program. Sometimes those wakeup calls get pretty weird.
Model and photographer Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri leads a charmed life of luxury, fame, and jet-setting.
We’ve brought you beautiful European, South American, North American and Asian libraries, so now it’s time for some of the most amazing libraries in Africa.
1. Library of
Installment #26: One of the big questions facing historians of the First World War is the role played by popular nationalism in the outbreak of hostilities.
Blame the media!