Michael J. Fox’s middle name is Andrew.
So this mysterious box showed up at the office.
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On October 3, 1961—50 years ago today—The Dick Van Dyke Show first aired on
Graduate student Noah Jafferis built a magic flying carpet using SCIENCE!
Photo credit: Tom Storm
In 2006, photographer Tom Storm accidentally captured a row of shops in the reflection of a bubble when he visited Galway, Ireland.
Unless they're all just messing with us (entirely possible), it sounds like that Arrested Development movie might actually happen.
The Star Trek theme song is familiar to pretty much anyone who lived in the free world (and probably elsewhere, too) in the late 20th century. Do you know the words?
Is the concept behind Moneyball all it's cracked up to be?
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In the world television, salaries are no object. How could semi-unemployed people afford huge New York City loft spaces, after all?
"THAT's a word?"
If you play Words With Friends and are frequently demoralized by opponents scoring very big points using very small words, this list will help you up your game.
With its user-generated reviews and recommendations, Yelp can be great for trying to find a fun spot for dinner.
While efforts are continually made to stop poachers of endangered species, the reality is that many of these hunters are desperate people.
This is why we love you, Internet! My post on odd foods eaten in Japan that I published earlier this week led me to these gorgeous photos of artworks created in Japanese rice fields.
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