Ringo Starr is immortalized by a statue, Lady Gaga casting news and the stars come out to "Green Eggs and Ham" premiere.
The Lorax would be devastated to hear that the tree that inspired Dr. Seuss' 1971 children's book has fallen.
Few things are more comforting than a steaming, perfectly brewed cup of tea (or coffee or cocoa, for those of you that think tea tastes like hot moldy leaf water). Did you know that green tea and black tea are made from the same plant, the Camellia sinensis? Pour yourself a little of whatever beverage you prefer, and let this week's crop of good news soothe your soul.
Tackle this teaser on one of Dr. Seuss' most beloved tales.
Take this quiz and then go hug a tree.
One of Dr. Seuss' most beloved characters may actually have a real-life counterpart, and no, it's not as horrifying as it sounds.