Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.
These five entries might sound like the names of five rather odd automobile makes/models, but they're actually the names of cars currently available on the market - just mixed up a bit.
Dustin Diamond might learn a thing or two from reading this new book by Todd Bridges.
It's been a bad week for people who like to commit crimes without getting pummeled in the process.
One of the greatest artists of our time, Bob Dylan is known for his beautiful lyrics.Â Tonight for the Late Movies, here are some fantastic Dylan covers.
Seattle-based indie stars Fleet Foxes
It's been far too long between my first Square Dance and this one; we'll have to include this type of puzzle more often.
Last week I went to see this new documentary about Troll 2.
Cannot Unsee is a blog devoted to funny, mysterious and sometimes sinister pictures hiding right in front of our faces.
Only the very bravest among us will attempt roof & tunnel hacking.
We all know McDonald's has a global presence. But what are their non-US TV commercials like?
Well, I'm a week away from my due date, and it doesn't look like our bundle of joy is going anywhere anytime soon.
If you watch one completely insane acrobatics video today, let it be this one.
Every Wednesday, Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of things happening at libraries across the country.
If you've ever been unemployed, then you know how scary it can be as those checks start to dry up.
Even Benjamin Franklin noted that eating asparagus "shall give our urine a disagreeable odor."
"¢Â People have always like a little help in the kitchen - the first pancake ready mix (Aunt Jemima) was sold in 1889. Now you can get your pancake mix from an aerosol spray can.
Here's hoping that you'll enjoy today's Brain Game. Simply fill in the blanks with letters, adding "BA" where shown, to solve each of the six clues. Good luck!