(Photo: Mark Holloway) During World War I, warring nations developed large, heavily armored, self-propelled vehicles that could support infantry attacks. They called these war machines "tanks." Why? It was the British who came up with the name. Show More Summary
The landmarked interior space, established in 1959, will be getting a new restaurant, but you can take home pieces of the old one.
Charles Gatewood, a pioneering photographer of the underground for nearly 50 years, died today from injuries sustained in a fall from his third-floor balcony. He was 74. From documenting the Beats and the dark alleys of 1970s Mardi Gras...Show More Summary
So… cosplayers, right? There are thousands of them out there out there all dressed up in their fanciest, and often elaborate, costumes showing off their love and support of pop cultures biggest (and oftentimes most obscure) icons. Sadly, playing dress up is beyond the capability of most fan boys and girls who’s sewing and craft […]
Unless you yourself are a plastic surgeon, there’s probably a lot you don’t know about what they do. The specialty was born to help those who were wounded in war, but is now heavily supported by people who want to look better. Not that...Show More Summary
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She was the most famous woman in Romania during the 1980s, but no one had ever seen her face.
If you've ever wanted to see Key and Peele go briefly blind due to spiciness, this is the video for you. The comedic duo took part in an interview with First We Feast, during which they ate five increasingly hotter wings. To give you...Show More Summary
When Richard Adams's first novel was published in 1972, one critic wrote "I announce with trembling excitement the looks of an exceptional story." This was Watership Down, a masterfully crafted tale of adventure, courage, tyranny, and freedom. Show More Summary
If you have ever attended San Diego Comic-Con, or know someone who has within the last ten years or so, you have likely heard plenty of Con stories that begin with “I remember when you could buy tickets at the door”, or “Movie studios ruined Comic-Con”, or, on the other side, “I am so glad […]
The mermaid-like droid could forever change the way we explore shipwrecks.
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Different "scent playlists" pump out smells in 35-second increments.
LEGO, ya blew it. The toy brick company has admitted that it was a "mistake" to not sell its product to Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, who requested a bulk order for an artwork last year. SEE ALSO: At long last, LEGO's first official...Show More Summary
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed an executive order Wednesday that bans what he called "gay colors" to be worn by boys in public elementary and secondary schools in the state. Pence referred to pink, chartreuse, teal and magenta, in particular,...Show More Summary
That caused some fallout in his pants!
Regular Double Date by Prime Premne It's hard to enjoy a day at the park with all those critters hanging around, but at least their antics are hilarious to watch. Wait- did that bluebird just say "Mordecai" and "Rigby"? What kind ofShow More Summary