The famous Aaron Burr “Got Milk?” ad from 1993 was directed by Michael Bay.
While we’ve seen librarians and scientists with tattoos, there is still a bit of a stigma against teachers coming into school with full sleeves of ink.
Though the fruity juice powder is now best known for the “Oh yeah!” of its Kool-Aid Man mascot, the recognizable anthropomorphic pitcher came along much later, after Kool-Aid was already a popular pro
You can't judge a book by its cover. Sometimes you need an actual court of law.
You never know what hidden talents your teachers might have. Just look at all of these famous former teachers.
May 7 marks National Teacher Day, part of a weeklong celebration for educators who work tirelessly to make certain we can still function in the event the Internet happens to break.
Noise-canceling headphones seem like an oxymoron: a piece of audio technology that creates silence, rather than noise.
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Henry David Thoreau is a man of many titles.
Sometimes what we need, in our age of relentlessly positive inspirational quote sharing, is a refreshingly discouraging breath of stale air.
Imagine that you were given five random pages from the middle of a film screenplay to read. Then, imagine you were tasked with writing the next 15 pages of that screenplay.
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America has Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and The Apprentice, but other countries have TV shows about burning wood, human Tetris, and Celine Dion gargling during a performance of "My Heart Will Go On.