M&M’s stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
George R.R. Martin sure seems smart.
We cracked open America's favorite crustacean to plate the delicious facts hiding inside. Bob Bayer, head of the University of Maine’s Lobster Institute, helped us out.
These days, pants are our garment of choice. But for years, our ancestors draped themselves in tunics, robes, and gowns, until someone decided they were tired of having the wind up their skirt.
The opening ceremonies will feature an incredible display of neuroscience.
Take a few minutes to laugh today with these early performances from 11 of the most notable female comics around.
Sometimes Facebook status updates are a little more interesting. And by “interesting,” we mean “criminal.”
We all know what the ISS looks like. Thanks to Gravity, we even know what it looks like when it’s destroyed. But here are 11 things you might not know.
In this week's episode, John Green delivers some facts about movies, TV shows, and comedians.
Webster Edgerly had developed a system for “the management of the body and its members” that if carefully studied and committed to memory would turn anyone into “the PERFECT ACTOR.” Here are explicit
It’s no surprise that not every hugely popular retail giant was an instant success, but it may be a little shocking to realize that plenty of well-known stores didn’t even start out selling the stuff