Barry Manilow did not write his hit "I Write the Songs."
1. On Monday, Stacy's Quick 10 looked at TV spinoffs that didn't quite make it. Let's pretend for a moment that you are an extraordinarily powerful TV executive.
In the late 1970s, producer Aaron Spelling and network exec Fred Silverman created a new genre of programming: "Jiggle TV."Â The focus was all body, never body copy, and the results were r
Just visit the store, and enter the word "teeparty" as the discount code. But be quick! The sale ends at
I'm back with more facts from the great state of Alaska. In case you missed it, check out part 1 here.
Lately, I've had a few words/phrases on my mind that have multiple meanings, sometimes known as polysemes. It all started a couple months ago when I asked my friend about his wedding band.
100,000 Attend Topless Biker Parade
An estimated 100,000 workers in Auckland, New Zealand gathered to watch the annual "Boobs on Bikes" parade Wednesday.
You've all probably heard of cat hoarding -- that variant of animal hoarding suffered by Crazy Cat Ladies the world over (like this Cat Lady in Siberia, who feeds 130 in her home every day).
We've offered threeÂ Really, Really Bad Rebuses thus far in the Brain Game series. We'veÂ yet to offerÂ a good rebus. And guess what?
5 Dubious Moments in Olympics History.
Olympic athletes are undoubtedly the best in the world at what they do, but unfortunately "what they do" isn't always all that lucrative once their performances start to slip and endor
In 2003, Neal Stephenson's book Quicksilver hit the stands.
I'm taking a break from a brainstorm about our next cover to see just how astute our readers are.
Paul got his first tattoo last night, so I have tattoos on the brain, so to speak. I wanted to do 10 people you wouldn't expect to have tattoos, like, say, Martha Stewart or Barbara Bush.
During the 1880s, American politics witnessed the birth of its newest and most powerful player—journalistic sensationalism. And with it, presidential elections entered a whole new era of
Watching Lost can sometimes feel like taking a university class, what with all the allusions to literature, philosophy, music, Buddhism, Christianity, politics, comic books and countless other subject