The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
I'm pleased to announce the triumphant return* of the most useful site of the century, Celebrities Eating Dot Com.
Elephants might not actually be terrified of mice, but they do have one serious animal phobia -- they hate bees.
Here's a scene you'll probably see this summer: you'll be at a barbecue or picnic, enjoying nice, fresh in-season tomatoes, and you might make an offhand comment about tomatoes being yo
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country.
Okay, I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for babies. Even before I had one, I was the guy who Oooo-ed and Awww-ed over 'em. And what's better than laughing babies?
In Sandy's Square Dance,Â a clue is given inside the box below. Solve the clue to come up with the answer.
"Opiophobia" on a global scale keeps millions suffering in pain because they have no access to legal morphine. Often their only relief is the illegal drug trade.
You Became A Meme.
Composers are notorious for their antisocial streak, and musicians are notorious for their lazy streak"¦ so why not skip the turtlenecks, rehearsals, per diems, unions, living out of a van, all t
It's time to announce the winners of last week's Sesame Street/Muppet Show/Fraggle Rock Trivia Contest!
In case you're not familiar with the Turnip, it's a whimsical Google search, wherein I type a random phrase and we see what kind of interesting pages "turn-up." As always with thi
You know the characters, but you might not know their full names. Store these away for future trivia
Mount Airy, North Carolina is known to most tourists as the birthplace of Andy Griffith and the inspiration for Mayberry, where his titular sitcom was set -- and indeed, if you walk down its main stre
Radiation as a medical cure has valid uses and definite dangers to the human body.
John Boswell has done it again -- he's created another Symphony of Science music video, this time called "The Case for Mars." The video lays out the reasons why scientists think we sho
John, a college English instructor friend, introduced me to a book that recently became available in paperback:Â Damp Squid: The English Language Laid Bare by Jeremy Butterfield.