In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
Elysium, director Neill Blomkamp’s follow up to District 9, hits theaters today. Here are a few things to know about the film.
No cell phones. No WiFi. No radio. It's either your dream or your nightmare.
Sharks are mysterious creatures. Even the origins of the word "shark" are unknown, though it might come from the Mayan word xok.
Hearing the “Wheels on the Bus” a hundred times a day might cause parents a lot of pain, but when children hear that song (or any other) in the emergency room, it eases theirs.
If you’ve been rolling your eyes at people who say “duck tape” adhesive, prepare some apologies.
Is there any suffix more adorable than the lovely little –ling? It gives us yearlings and starlings, downy ducklings and goslings, affectionate darlings and siblings, and comforting tender dumplings.
Men are from Mars and insist on turning up the air conditioning; women are from Venus and always complain of being cold.
It has no signs outside and is intentionally hard to find. No security guards protect the collection.
Happy International Cat Day! Get your feline fix with these vintage photos of big cats in action.
Disturbing advice from the mid-20th century. It’s about to get real.
One location + no budget = some of television’s finest moments.
Every Disney fan knows Richard Sherman and Alan Menken. Even non-fans can’t help but know their songs practically through osmosis.