In which we consider our relocated desk and miss an old pal.
Everything that doesn't go anywhere else goes here. Sports, media, lists, manners, and whatever fits.
If you were an astronaut, isn't a David Bowie cover what you'd be doing?
Our imagination takes us to President Jeff Probst's State Of The Union address.
Sometimes you don't want entertainment that comes on a screen or even in a book. Sometimes you just want to take apart some owl pellets.
A recent emergency announcement of a zombie attack turned out to be a hoax. But how would you identify the real thing? Thank goodness we have some ideas.
We talk with the Monopoly iron about its career as a token.
As poet Jean Sprackland told NPR's Scott Simon, a poem you learn by heart becomes a part of you. In that case, choosing what works to memorize is a big decision. We have 10 suggestions, based on the Poetry By Heart anthology; what would you recommend?
"Dear Abby" columnist Pauline Phillips died Wednesday. We take a moment to answer a question we weren't actually asked: Why do people ask strangers for advice anyway?
Congress isn't sitting around quietly while commercials get louder. It's actually illegal now for commercials to blast into your ears more loudly than programming. But why stop there? We've got suggested ordinances to reduce noise from construction, bagpipes, and snowblowers.
We turn our attention to a poll about one of the great pop culture questions.
We open up a question that has stumped us for ages: cats or dogs?
A water-related mishap at home leads to some hard thinking about the role of possessions and memory.
The Rockettes practice hard, and when they practice, they're still pretty regimented.
We give you a tour of our new look and the reasons why it came along, and we admit: there's a little bit of playing around involved.
Far be it from us to give advice to Jennifer Lopez, but we're going from "tousled" to Wizard Of Oz here.