The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
Light taps to the rear-end are pretty common on the football field. Why do athletes do that?
For every high-schooler scrambling to put together a hasty paper mache volcano, there’s a Conrad Farnsworth, a Wyoming high school senior who once built a working nuclear reactor in his dad’s garage.
In the late 1920s, Airstream’s founder Wallace (Wally) Merle Byam created a travel trailer in his backyard to satisfy his wife’s refusal to camp without her kitchen and her dislike of sleeping on the
Fred Newman, who creates sound effects for the radio show A Prairie Home Companion, has been called a mimic, an actor, and a saboteur of modern communication.
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Long before the days of Match.com and Facebook stalking, the ancient Romans had their own guide to dating.
Here are five examples of what could have been, rather than what was.
Concerts, picnics, spending less at overpriced bars... We'll drink to that! These 11 flasks are byo-brilliant.