M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
Yet another reason to keep it with you while enjoying the great outdoors.
Life on Butt Hole Road must be hard enough without having to worry about your signs going missing.
Whether you’re nervously planning your first Thanksgiving dinner, or a veteran chef of delicious turkey feasts, The New York Times wants to help you plan the perfect meal this Thanksgiving.
Artist Hannah Rothstein imagines dinner plates arranged by Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and others.
Almost anything can become a sushi roll if you put your mind to it.
Presents that’ll make even the most ardent foodie’s mouth water.
How some disturbing real-life news reports about child welfare forced Big Bird to reveal his "imaginary" friend to the world.
Consider your holiday shopping done.
It's a scene from nature—not from an alien movie.
These were no small-time thieves.
Take my money!Why bother to break out two dishes for your coffee and your breakfast, when you could just combine them into one?
As long as it’s not long-lasting, a burst of human jet fuel can be a good thing. Here’s how.
The gene pool for Europeans is deeper than previously thought.
The app lets users capture their feelings in music by dropping stones into moving water: As the digital water flows over each stone, it creates a note or chord, depending on the stone’s size.
Game on! A 14-sided die, a decorated game tile, and 21 numbered pieces were found in a pit at the burial site.