Disney Infinity is back and better than ever. This time around it's all about Marvel superheroes, and you’ll get to play with some very familiar faces.
A neat service project from the Circle Ten Council designed to encourage recycling has resulted in a neat time-lapse video.
A book never written: “Surrounded” by Sir Render.
Find Pedro for a chance to win a solar recharging kit.
The jamboree was scheduled to start at midnight. Reason to worry? Naaaahh.
Fletcher: Why was the robot so tough? Andy: Tell me. Fletcher: He had nerves of steel!
My dad gave me an old Marmot sleeping bag, and it has two small holes in it and some down feathers are coming out. The sleeping bag works just fine, but how do I stop the feathers from coming out?
Ty: Why did the skeleton go to the movies by itself? Tim: Tell me. Ty: It had no body to go with!
Warped Wiseman wonders: “Why is it called the ‘Secret Service’ if everyone knows about it?”
Fact or fiction? Hoax or human? Here are some of America's own "monsters."
Listen to BL's interview with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson about what it takes to have a career in science.
The good folks over at Adweek are asking readers to vote for their favorite magazine. For us, the choice is obvious.
Your mateys will yo ho ho with these funny pirate jokes sent in by Boys' Life readers.
Laura: What illness did everyone on the starship Enterprise catch? Chris: Beats me. Laura: Chicken Spocks!
We can't vouch for the accuracy of the instructions in this knot-tying video, but what it lacks it practicality it makes up for in silliness.
Daffynition: Popcorn — A kernel’s father.
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The fourth- and fifth-graders from Cub Scout Pack 382 from Centerburg, Ohio, earned their Science and Engineering activity badges by launching a balloon into space.
Sam shows up at a revival meeting seeking help. “I need you to pray for my hearing,” he tells the preacher. The preacher puts his fingers on Sam’s ears and prays and prays. When he’s done he asks, “How’s your hearing now?” “I don’t know,” says Sam. “I don’t go to court until next Tuesday.”
If you're looking for evidence that the World Scout Jamboree does in fact bring people together, try this.