friday the 13th superstitions
It's time to move our cattitudes out of the dark ages and stop demonizing America's favorite pet. The simple truth is cats make the world a better place. So if you see a black cat on Friday the 13th (or any day) consider yourself lucky. After all, the only bad luck following cats is people's superstitions.
Red is a prominent color in Chinese culture, but has no place in death. The Chinese take special care to avoid red when dressing
Fear of the number 13 -- a condition also known as triskaidekaphobia -- may even predate Jesus, though. One Norse myth tells
Astronaut John Glenn, right, holds a gift watch presented to him at a Capitol ceremony by Sen. Everett Dirksen, R-Ill., on
1980: "Friday the 13th" 1984: "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter" 2002: "Jason X" 1986: "Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part
Superstitions abound in the fitness world. They usually evolve accidentally when an athlete has a good -- or sometimes bad -- performance and then attempts to establish cause and effect by reviewing the facts of the performance.
Mark McDonald joins Abby to talk about why he and his wife avoided getting married in 2013 and Celebrations Expert at Martha Stewart Weddings Darcy Miller talks about some dates engaged couples may want to avoid for their weddings.
Click through the slideshow for our favorite reader weddings from 2012. BBC News reports that wedding industry experts expect
It's time to reclaim the original meaning of Friday the 13. Let's reject the fear factor and find luck and abundance, safety and pleasure wherever we look.
In honor of Friday the 13th, Jimmy Fallon decided to run a very special edition of his Late Night Hashtags. The theme was