In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
Just sit right back and you'll read the tale, the tale of a TV series (and some of its cast members) whose creator was greeted with "Who the (expletive) is going to tune in week after week t
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I've been watching the "Pillars of the Earth" miniseries and marveling at the beauty of the stone cathedrals. Never let it be said monks don't know how to live well!
From the Department of Awww: Humboldt penguins lay chase to a butterfly at the Philadelphia Zoo.
By Kelly K. Ferguson
Once upon a time, fairy tales were dark fables designed to scare children into good behavior. This is the story of one American author who thought kids deserved
Star Wars holds up pretty well no matter what era you put it in. Oh yeah, I know "A long time ago..." but that's just the story.
Is your cat ever really safe enough?
The axolotl is a Mexican salamander with remarkable regenerative properties.
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They are among us, sneaking undetected among singers who sound as American as can be: Scandinavians!
Science is hard to understand. Thankfully, the Fake Science blog provides a series of easy to understand illustrated diagrams which break down all manner of scientific concept.
Earlier this month, Alan Francis won his 8th consecutive world horseshoes championship at the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association world tournament in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Every Friday, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.
If getting to Mad Men yourself wasn't enough for you, then perhaps the Mad Men props being sold on eBay might offer you the experience to live your life in the sixties.