M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
It was a cold night in Milwaukee in 1959 when the Happy Days boys decided to get together for a late-night game of penny-ante five-card draw.
Why going "Made in the USA" for a week left Nicole McClelland hungry, broke, and half-naked.
Our Holiday Tee Party ends at midnight tonight.
Blame astrology, numerology or just coincidence—some people who share a birthdate have more in common than the day they were born. Witness the following 10 sets of birth twins.
So, in the midst of the shopping craze on Friday, I managed to buy myself a new trivia book: Phraseology, by Barbara Ann Kipfer.
It's utterly fascinating.
Netflix makes a business out of getting subscribers to add tons of DVDs to a list of discs that will later be mailed out.
It's called "the Zone," and I'll be the first to admit that I've been in it many times -- though more often at age ten than recently.
Anyone Can Play Guitar is back with a whole new look, a new guitar teacher, and 6 new lessons—one each Monday until the middle of January.
Today we'll learn the names of the notes on
Waistband Stretcher? That could be the title of my Thanksgiving dinner! I prepared both ham and turkey, plus dressing, gravy, potatoes, deviled eggs, and mincemeat pie.
Fill each of the four blanksÂ with a letter of the alphabet to turn "BRAIN" into a different word:
B _ R _ A _ I _ N
HERE is the solution.
B A R B A R I A
The World in 2009, according to The Economist. Why we can't believe economic predictions, according to Slate.
Sick of giving out the same old boring presents?
By David A. NorrisPhilately: it's the end-all, be-all of popular hobbies curiously pursued by nobody you know.
by Graeme Wood
Forget Apple and Pilot Inspektor. If you really want to give your kid a hard time growing up, just pick from the following list.