7-Up was originally called "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda."
Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel are headlining a concert tonight to benefit hurricane victims.
It's Thursday, it's late, it's time once again for the game that's sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.
Most teas have pretty generic labels, but Triptea is certainly not one of them. That's because they hired artist Andrew Gorkovenko to create their labeling. The medium?
As New York City Mayor Bloomberg gave numerous televised addresses about the preparations the city was making for Hurricane Sandy, and then the storm’s aftermath, he was joined at the podium by a sign
"The 8-million-strong human population of New York City is matched, if not exceeded, by the city's number of rodent dwellers," says Lynne Peeples at The Huffington
Gas lines are currently stretched across New Jersey and other states hit by Hurricane Sandy.
Is George Lucas Crazy?
Crazy like a fox. A very, very generous, education-loving fox.
Legendary monsters live wherever there are people to tell the tales to -including North America, where there are many more than will fit into one post.
Abridging classic novels for younger readers is nothing new.
Getting your blood pressure taken is a standard part of most visits to the doctor, but the details might seem mysterious—so read on.What It IsBlood pressure (BP) is the force exerted by circulating bl
Can you play Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" on piano?
It’s November, of course, and while that means turkey, football and marathon shopping for some, it’s a month of being hunched over at a laptop slurping cup after cup of caffeine for others.
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Hallowe'en, and moving into a new home (something that isn't nearly as much fun at age 45 as it was at age 25), the mentalfloss.com Brain Game is taking
In Manhattan, a bucket brigade of a dozen people carried diesel fuel up 17 flights of stairs to keep a data center generator going.
Turkey day may be the main event in the second-to-last month of the year, but there are plenty of unusual holidays to fill your November days with celebration.