The workout montage is a time-honored movie tradition. But can you use them to get fit? We roped in our personal trainer to find out.
“Geocaching” is the odd leisure pursuit where one uses GPS to discover hidden junk. It sometimes results in a police distress call, but it always ends up in a pub.
Despite data showing the opposite, Netflix has repeatedly denied that it leans to the left. Apparently, politics doesn’t enter into it. So, why did they give the Obamas a multi-project deal?
Casey Golden has been labeled a genius. He’s received critical acclaim from London to New York. But what does the man himself think, and what makes him tick? We sat down with him to find out.
Her parents were never really a couple, but one filmmaker endeavored to find out why. We spoke with director Carlotta Kittel about what pushed her to share such a personal story.
As I’ve learned through frequent bitter experiences, what I think song lyrics are, they frequently are not. Science explains why the brain misses the point. But my heart still hurts.
An Italian restaurateur has silenced noisy kids with the most ingenious strategy—by offering their parents a discount on their meals.
Disagreeing with someone on the Internet is the entire reason there is an Internet, right? Well, after surviving this tale, you’ll never criticize again.
Everyone loves Cards Against Humanity, so some genius knocked up a version entirely made of Trumpisms. You know who doesn’t love it? The lawyers.
As we become more advanced, are we loving the sound of our inventive voice too much? Is our genius making us stupid?