Visit a waterfall at dusk and you may see moonbows—nighttime rainbows.
This Group Is Saving Public Domain Books from Boring Covers
Engineers borrowed some design elements from the palm tree.
It seems like a silly controversy, but there are some pretty strong arguments both for and against assigning names to winter storms.
In the past 50 years, Domino’s has grown to become the second largest pizza chain in the country.
Even if you speak French you may never have noticed them.
In order to re-create the sonic history of New York City, historian Emily Thompson has created an interactive website called The Roaring Twenties, exploring the historical soundscape of New York City
Getting rid of excess heat is complicated when your body is covered in insulating feathers. Here's how hummingbirds do it.
Ostano's last baby arrived in 1987.
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Considering the near-magical function mirrors perform, their construction is surprisingly simple.
For those who haven't already shopped til they've dropped.
For the sophisticated cookie eater in all of us.
8. A battle over Fluff's merits (or lack thereof) tied up the Massachusetts legislature for a week in 2006.
A full 29 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds believed that tipping was an “outdated” practice, but only 13 percent of 50- to 64-year-olds felt the same way.
It's not necessarily a bad thing.