End Of An Era of the Day: Encyclopaedia Britannica, the mother of all alphabetized knowledge, will be putting its 244-year-old print business out to pasture effective immediately.
This makes the august encyclopedia publisher's 32-volume 2010 edition the last of its kind.
"Some people will feel sad about it and nostalgic abo
Criminally Dumb Criminal of the Day: Dustin McCombs didn't appreciate being named "Creep of the Week" by the Jefferson County (AL) Sheriff's Office, so he stopped by their Facebook page to give them a piece of his mind.
McCombs was recently charged with "rape by force," and a warrant for his arrest was issued in neighboring Shelby County. This apparently did not
Sign Of The Times of the Day: Subway announced today that it will soon begin selling $2 six-inch subs in an effort to match fast-food rivals who already offer their customers more "economy-friendly" options.
The deal will only apply to Subway's meatball and cold-cut subs, but, as USA Today points out, two six-inch subs would be
Sign Of The Times of the Day: Futuristic dessert manufacturer Dippin' Dots Inc., famous for its flash frozen ice cream snack, announced today that it was filing for bankruptcy.
The Paducah, KY-based company, which was $12 million in debt according to its Chapter 11 paperwork, hopes a restructuring plan will help keep it in business selling "the ice cream of the future" at spo
Sign Of The Times of the Day: "uoʇɹǝppɐɥɔ oʇ ǝɯoɔlǝʍ" read the sign greeting residents and vistors entering the Greater Manchester town.
It was accidentally intalled upside down by council workers who apparently weren't paying very close attention. A spokesman for the council apologized, saying "a genuine error was made by staff."
It has since been fixed.