Nighthawks,” Edward Hopper's famous 1942 painting, has been the subject of numerous tributes and parodies. “Simpsons” characters, superheroes and the “Star Trek” cast have all taken a seat at Hopper's all-night diner.
Consider the humble cod. For centuries one of the most sought-after North Atlantic fish for tables on both sides of the ocean, cod is central to a wide array of comforting dishes.
Two healthcare subjects topped Facebook's list of the most popular topics in the U.S. for 2014: Ebola and the Ice Bucket Challenge.
A Liberian soccer star has already recorded a pop song to raise awareness about Ebola in West Africa.
The empty spacesuit that sat on the operating table in a lab at Houston Methodist Hospital's research institute made for an unusual patient.
The mystery of the missing brains at the University of Texas is solved.
Harry Potter swoops around on his broom, faces the bully Malfoy and later runs into a three-headed dog.
When Scientific American asked photographer Adam Voorhes to photograph a human brain stored at the University of Texas at Austin, he knew he was in for a peculiar assignment.
Through mid-December, fans of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musicals have a rare chance to see what's considered the Broadway hit-makers' biggest flop.
Our preoccupation with how we look seems to be spiraling ever higher, at least if you consider the new array of procedures that plastic surgeons are devising.
Westminster, Mass., has dropped its bid to ban all tobacco sales after vociferous public protest.
It's said to cure asthma, bronchitis, sluggishness and a low sex drive. And it's made from frogs.