Christmas is not a national holiday in Japan, but that doesn’t mean Japanese families won’t be celebrating come Dec. 25. In fact, Japan has one particularly interesting Christmas tradition -- and it’s all about fried chicken.
The British Library has just added several Greek manuscripts to its online collection, including a lavishly illustrated, 16th century compilation of treatises on warfare, which detail the science and tactics of siegecraft.
Well, he's been modeling for this statue that's (hopefully) gonna be placed next to a Ten Commandments statue on the lawn in front of Oklahoma's state capitol, courtesy of those noted holiday-cheer-spreaders , the Satanic Temple.
For a lot of people, the term “ethical fur” is nothing more than an oxymoron, since it still involves killing animals for their pelts, but one fashion designer is actually legitimizing the expression by using roadkill for her fur accessories.
It's a trick question. Pilish is not really a language but a form. Pilish is any text that incorporates words that match the digits of pi. There are poems in Pilish, novellas in Pilish, and translations into Pilish.
Color photography wasn't common until the 1970s, so we've only seen history's most famous people in black and white. Today's technology enables us to "colorize" photos, and gives us a chance to see what people really looked like in their time.
An elementary school in Tiantai, in China’s Zhejiang Province, has a 200-meter running track built on its roof. It’s a strange place to have children running, but the school’s authorities didn’t have much of a choice.
Dead Raising Team (DRT) is a team of evangelical Christians who boast that they can raise people from the dead with their prayers. Tyler Johnson, the group’s charismatic leader, claims to be responsible for bringing 13 corpses back to life!