Jennifer M Wood
Joined: Feb 20, 2013
Jennifer M. Wood is the managing editor of Mental Floss, and oversees the site's entertainment coverage and social media accounts. She has written about movies, TV, travel, and more for WIRED, Condé Nast Traveler, GQ, Rolling Stone, Vulture, Esquire, The A.V. Club, Vanity Fair, The New York Times, UPROXX, and various other outlets.
The legendary actress and humanitarian was much more than just a pretty face.
Here are some fascinating facts about the 'Star Wars' universe—any one of which makes a perfect response the next time someone says “May the 4th be with you.”
The life of Billie Holiday, the songstress known as “Lady Day,” was just as engrossing as her legendary music.
Before he was one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars, Robert Downey Jr. famously lost some major gigs.
For a time, David Bowie stored his urine in his refrigerator out of fear that a wizard might steal it.
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How some disturbing real-life news reports about child welfare forced Big Bird to reveal his "imaginary" friend to the residents of Sesame Street—and the world.
For true bibliophiles, every day is book lover's day. But once a year, on August 9th, Book Lovers Day encourages readers of every level of voraciousness to unplug their smartphones and relax with a good book.
Here are some fascinating facts about the 'Star Wars' universe—any one of which makes a perfect response the next time someone says “May the force be with you.”
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In honor of National Park Week, you can visit any one of the National Park Service's more than 400 parks on Saturday, April 17, 2021 for free.