With the end of the frigid winter almost on us, we got to thinking: What are the best springtime traditions? Here are our choices.
Yes, the basketball and hockey seasons spend the beginning of spring roaring to their respective climaxes, but we only have one sport that begins in the spring, and it’s baseball, the most American
Every year, on the second Sunday of March, and the first Sunday of November, Americans move their clocks an hour forward or an hour back, respectively. This ritual of changing clocks by an hour is known as daylight savings time (DST). While the practice is now deeply ingrained in American society, the history and controversy surrounding DST are
The NFL Draft, which, against all odds, has become must-see TV for football aficionados. Realistically, though, sports already has almost nothing to do with our real lives; finding out just who may or may not be making the roster as a first-year player in the new season is one step even further removed. That got us thinking: As exciting as
Prefer white wine to red? You’re probably an alcoholic.
Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but the truth is if you prefer to relax with a bottle of white you’re likelier drinking more than your red wine-loving friends.
A study from Iowa State University measured how much self-serving drinkers believe is an appropriate amount of alcohol when
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