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Colin Gorenstein is a former web producer for mental_floss whose work has appeared on Salon, Mashable, Village Voice and npr.org. He is probably running to Trader Joe's. Do you need anything?
Since 2005, workers have carried out grueling—and often, life-threatening—physical labor to see the World Wonder restored to tiptop shape.
Climate change is leading to an increase in the size of the hail that could hit the northern and central plains.
From <em>Guess Who's Coming to Dinner</em> to <em>Dude, Where's My Car?</em>, these films couldn't resist mentioning their respective titles in dialogue.
The school just edged out the previous record, which belonged to their rivals.
Don't let the rainbow scarab's love of coprophagy put you off. It's a stunner.
Arakawa has been visiting Yoriko, an Asian sheepshead wrasse—called a kobudai in Japan—in the waters of Hasama Underwater Park.
A thorough survey of this population could lend insight into the aftermath of sea ice loss.
NASA cuisine has come a long way from thermostabilized yams.
They may not be the most traditional, but these creative latkes are more than worth your time this Hanukkah.
JNCOs were quintessentially '90s jeans, worn largely (at least at first) by skaters and nonconformists and known for mega-wide leg openings—and now, the brand is back.
Just like the Halloween monsters Pickett lampooned in his songs, "Monster Mash" returns from the dead year after year.
3. The show is exactly two percent autobiographical.