Your cereal is about to get a little bit lonely. (Via The New Yorker)
“It’s time. I know it’s time. That’s okay. It is. I hold no regrets.”
– BRETT FAVRE, quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, on his insistence that this time, he will really retire from football (via Washington Post)
Hail, lightning and gales came through the state’s eastern region this summer thanks to scientist-puppetmasters.
One North Carolina jeweler found out the hard way that there’s no business like snow business.
What is going on in Arkansas? First we learn of the death of thousands of black birds in Beebe, and then comes the news that thousands of dead fish have washed ashore a river near Ozark.
Anne Francis, who broke gender barriers in Hollywood and developed a sci-fi cult following, died Sunday of complications of pancreatic cancer.
After all, everyone should be able to get a sense of erotica, right?
To donate or not to donate, that is the question, students.
As we enter a new year, we relinquish people, things and places that we once thought were cool, in order to make way for the new.
The first lunchtime links of the year talk fitness and politics.
If you’re a fan of the Buffalo Bills, no doubt recovering from another losing season and Sunday’s shellacking at the hands of the New York Jets, today is the day to look back.
As the saying nearly goes about a significant relationship age gap: when he’s 120, she’ll only be 92.