The duffel bag is named for Duffel, Belgium, where the cloth used in the bags was originally sold.
Last night at the Golden Globes, Morgan Freeman received the Cecil B.
The Musée McCord has a Flickr account with some fantastic images in the public domain, including these 1860s vintage shots of children posing with their toys.
Benjamin Zander is the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, and a hell of a speaker.
Get ready for the next entry in our long-running series of Monday Math Squares for the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
Stephen Colbert gave his Super-PAC away and announced he is running for office.
If you're in Ohio and can't live without Thin Mints, you'd better give the Ohio Girl Scout Council a call and demand they leave their existing camping sites open to the troops.
Since its debut in 2007 on Nick Jr., Yo Gabba Gabba — a kid’s show featuring a red cyclops, a magic robot, a pink flower-girl, a green-striped guy, a blue cat-dragon, and a host wearing orange spandex
by Maggie Koerth-Baker, Ethan Trex, Jenny Drapkin, and Mangesh Hattikudur
Forget the Nobel Prize, the Fields Medal, the Grammys, the Emmys and the Oscars.
January is National Braille Literacy Month, which is the perfect time for South African burger chain Wimpy to introduce their new braille menus.
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Before today, the last time the Giants and Packers met in the playoffs was the NFC Championship Game in January 2008.
From my friend Martha, a video that has been blowing up this week that is a must-see of the highest sort: meeting Silverback Gorillas (or as a YouTube commenter so aptly put it, "a bored gorilla
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
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Enacted in 1982, the Naming law in Sweden was originally created to prevent non-noble families from giving their children noble names, but a few changes to the law h
Jason, Stephanie, Ethan and I put out a daily newsletter called Watercooler Ammo. This weekend we'll be sharing a few recent editions.
For the month of January I'm bringing you a great lecture every weekday. This week we covered science, math, space, and physics...in what's hopefully a fun way.