The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
At the request of reader Merinda B., who "really loves" John Martin's "Sadak in Search of the Waters of Oblivion" (left), today's installment of "Feel Art Again&qu
The carving of the pumpkin has evolved into an art form.
I feel like this one needs no introduction... so here we go!
1. Rupert Murdoch's 1999 divorce from Anna Murdoch - somewhere between $1.2 and $1.7 billion.
Before announcing our $50,000 Tuition Giveaway, we each guessed how many entries we thought we'd receive.
Word nerds love Erin McKean. If you aren't yet familiar with her oeuvre, here's the short version: McKean is a totally hip editor/lexicographer for the New Oxford American Dictionary.
As the presidential election inches closer, both candidates are looking for any little edge they might be able to find.
Our quiz on Beakman's World was a hit, so we thought we'd give Beakman's competition a shot. Thus, our Bill Nye the Science Guy quiz. How well did you know the show?
Yum, is there anything better than a warm, freshly-baked soft pretzel with mustard? I'm getting hungry just thinking about it. We have a monk from northern Italy to thank for that.
Calling all Johnny Cash fans! Next week a new DVD/CD called Johnny Cash: Chapter & Verse will be released.
You had a good run, incandescent light bulbs.
Each of the three phrases below is an anagram of the name of a National Basketball Association team.
I had wondered why banks didn't just adjust mortgages to allow residents to keep their homes instead of foreclosing and losing a ton of money as the housing market tanks.
Those of you who read my blog already know that I am a rather obsessive Haunted Mansion/Disney fan.
With every good book comes a good book tour, and we're excited to announce a few dates today.
There's a lot more to Thanksgiving than just the turkey and the Pilgrims.