Joined: Nov 21, 2012
Miss Cellania wrote for mental_floss beginning in 2007. She is the managing editor at Neatorama and keeps a small humor blog called MissCellania.com. In her spare time, she is raising a frightening number of children in a small Kentucky town.
Spanish moss is neither Spanish nor moss. But the iconic Southern plant has an interesting history.
Here’s a brief history of Canada’s national day—which celebrates the joining of the three original provinces—and how you can celebrate.
The celebration of American Independence Day has never been small, subdued, or quiet. Here’s why the Fourth of July is illuminated with colorful displays in major cities, small towns, and backyards.
Fans of 'The Office' may recognize Belsnickel, but you should also get to know other Christmas monsters like Krampus and the Yule Lads.
When you live in a place called Hell, you have to have a sense of humor.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin made history in 1969 when they became the first people to step foot on the Moon. Ten others have followed in their footsteps.
Love all things pumpkin spice? There's a turkey recipe for that.
Yarnbombers make the world cozy and colorful, one tree, tank, or bench at a time.
Do something new with those small blobs of sugary goodness.
The Benders lured travelers in with food and lodging, but their guests were never seen again.
It was 84 years ago today that the Twenty-First Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, repealing the earlier Amendment that declared the manufacture, sale, and transport of alcohol illegal in the United States.
Here are just a few of the notable people born this month.