There is a sheep. Lost in Omaha. Wearing a Christmas sweater.
Anna Sale tells us about a big discovery one Hungarian art historian made while watching the 1999 kids' movie, "Stuart Little."
At least the part about him shooting himself. Maybe. The Paris Review's Sadie Stein explains.
A provision slipped into a Congressional appropriations bill designated the two US Disney theme parks as "national defense airspace."
If going inside a hyper-realistic, immerse virtual reality horror film is your idea of a fun time - and you happen to own an Oculus Rift - there's a project you may want to support.
Taylor Swift has the pop star wattage to sell anything, it seems. Even eight seconds of static, released by glitch, which hit Number One on Canada's iTunes charts.
Erin McCann, assistant editor of The Guardian, tells us about an innovative pricing method at a Spanish comedy club: it's pay-per-smile.
A signing-bonus style perk for new hires encourages an employee-to-be to take time off work before they even start working.
The Wall Street Journal reports that diplomats from around the world owe New York City over $16 Million in unpaid parking tickets.
British artist Kate McLean creates maps of world cities based on how they smell, block to block.