ABBA had to negotiate the rights to their name with a canned fish company.
President Reagan with Drew Barrymore at a ceremony launching the Young Astronauts program on the South Lawn.
After last week's Hilarious Garfield Variants (which, to be fair, were equal parts funny and insane), it came to my attention that America's favorite feline is on Twitter.
Not all of us are prepared for the arrival of fall, but I welcome any indication of the end of the violent storms and sweltering heat. One such sign?
New York Magazine posted a comprehensive Encyclopedia of 9/11.
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For some people, Apple is very much a religion.
In 1924, a man named Hugh Comstock took a little trip to Carmel-by-the-Sea, California to see his sister and her husband.
No matter which style of music you prefer, there's always a guy named Johnny. Whether he's a a runaway teen, a country singer or a convict, Johnny pops up in songs all the time.
Mark Twain: writer, philosopher, riverboat pilot... board game designer?
Today, I present some rarely seen photos of Star Wars behind the scenes. Candid moments, funny moments, serious moments...
UPDATE (September 8, 2011): apparently all of the videos below have been taken down due to copyright claims. What a shame.
Imagine that you had one very specific talent -something unusual, that people would normally never encounter in their everyday lives. Could you make a living doing it?
There are plenty of origami birds out there, but what makes the designs of Joyanne Horscroft and Julie Wilkinson so different is the distinct sculptural aspect of their papercraft birds.
It's Tuesday Test Time once again at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game. Good luck with today's challenge!
The following are the titles of five popular feature films that hit U.S.
Tokyo's top 10 mythical beasts. I'm familiar with some of these, but no matter how much I looked, there was no Godzilla to be found.
Here are four defectors whose stories you won't soon forget.