The shortest month of the year still includes a lot of obscure, offbeat holidays to celebrate.
Pillow fights can lead to some serious trouble. Don’t believe us? Here are some examples of times pillow fights took a turn for the worse.
Everyone loves a good April Fools' prank—unless it results in armed law enforcement surrounding your home.
We’ve been adding an extra day to February since Julius Caesar overhauled the Roman calendar and implemented leap years in 46 BCE.
In the United States, children who leave a newly lost tooth under their pillow know to expect a nocturnal visit from the Tooth Fairy, who might leave a shiny quarter, a new toothbrush, or perhaps even a crisp $20 bill!
Here’s to hoping that the bright yellow, tangy dessert joins the ranks of other bizarre food mashups like pineapple on pizza and fries in milkshakes.
The Romans referred to the days of the month by their relation to the 'Kalends,' the 'Ides,' and the 'Nones.' If Caesar had been killed any other day, his famous warning might have sounded much less ominous.
Pi, a.k.a. the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, is infinite. But a Google engineer has calculated the first 31 trillion digits of the figure just in time for Pi Day.
What began as a joke on a 1997 episode of ‘Seinfeld’ has morphed into a global, anti-commercialism phenomenon: Festivus.
The creator once estimated it should take "around two years" to complete.
It's CAPS LOCK DAY today. Celebrate responsibly.
This holiday is mostly contained to the Great Lakes region, but for some retailers, its sales are better than those for Mother's Day.
In honor of today's National Selfie Day, these nine tips could help upgrade your personal pics from so-so to standout snaps.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it still has plenty of quirky celebrations.
Celebrate National Middle Child Day with these remarkable middles.
Kissing under the mistletoe has roots in Nordic mythology.