The sets: Subtle, they are not.   The costumes: Our mothers wouldn’t have let us leave the house in ’em.  

Music instructors don’t start many wars.  But Jim Bohon of Bridge Kaldro Music fired the opening salvo in a sign war destined to spread far beyond Christiansburg, Virginia.   Provoked by Bohon’s challenge on his music store’s marquee, neighboring Super Shoes took the bait…

A frustrated Belgian farmer made his country 7.5 feet larger by moving a boulder that was in the path of his tractor.  The rock also happened to mark the French border since 1819.   “I was happy, my town was bigger,” laughed David Lavaux, mayor of the Belgian village of…

It all started as a humorous effort to fight for his good name—and challenge other Josh Swains to do the same.  

Hear ye, hear ye!   Town criers are weeping this year as one of Britain’s great eccentricities just got even more eccentric: The British Town Crier Championships will be silent. 

This spring, hordes of ‘Brood X’ cicadas are set to emerge from the deep for the first time since 2004.

Researchers and journalists have spent months trying to explain how mRNA COVID-19 vaccines work.   Maybe it’s time we give actors a chance…

Comedian Jensen Karp went viral recently after finding some mysterious interlopers in his beloved Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal. Shrimp tails?

The global shipping debacle still unfolding in the Suez Canal can be summed up in one movie reference: 

It finally makes sense. When the Beatles wrote the trippy track “I Am the Walrus” for their 1967 Magical Mystery Tour album, they were merely prophesying 1 creature’s transatlantic nap 5 decades later.