Throughout the month of October, divers across the country will plunge into oceans, lakes, and swimming pools to flex their subaqueous whittling skills.Read More
One of the tell-tale ways of identifying a body, fingerprints can still be of aid, even after you’re dead.Read More
You probably don’t know because that information is not always disclosed to buyers and renters. Fortunately, there’s a website that can give you answers.Read More
A Los Angeles museum struggles to keep its brick-and-mortar shrine to fabric art open despite tons of internet and media love.Read More
How giving rescue dogs celebrity names can help them get adopted faster.
The cocktail glasses at your favorite Polynesian-themed bar were probably made by a tiny Southern California tiki mug manufacturer called Tiki Farm.Read More
The state has the highest number of personalized plates in the country. One artist set out to catalog them all.Read More
An old Norse religion called Ásatrú has grown so popular that it’s now the largest non-Christian religious sect in the country.Read More
Masafumi Nagasaki lived nude and alone for 30 years on a snake- and mosquito-infested island that he planned to die on. But his plans changed in 2018 when he suddenly got sick at the age of 82.Read More
From potential pork chop to lauded abstract painter.Read More
Google Maps is meant to look up addresses, but it can also provide a window into the lives of the recently deceased.Read More
Why you should put down the paper and pick up a peel the next time you need to get a point across.Read More
If humans start forming colonies on other planets, we’ll need a viable way to procreate — and a back-up method if getting it on the old-fashioned way doesn’t work.Read More
A cleverly-edited Instagram profile shows the King of Monsters getting into shenanigans across the globe.Read More
Marco Kyris has no shortage of tales about the 20 films he made with the famous Hollywood actor.Read More
What’s it like hunting for spirits in a 134-year-old Victorian house.
Happy Body Care claims its “Bigfoot Juice” will attract any within 1.5 miles.
Because you can, thanks to this Californian art-project-on-wheels.