People Will Keep Passing Marilyn Monroe's 'Happy Birthday Mr. President' Dress Until We're All Dead

The iconic garment worn by Marilyn Monroe when she sang breathily to John F. Kennedy in 1962 has been in the possession of a hedge fund manager named Martin Zweig since 1999. He paid $1.26 million at the Christie’s auction for it, regarding the dress as an investment and storing it in a climate-controlled room on a…

'Happy Birthday' May Soon Be Yours to Sing Without Fear of a Lawsuit

There’s a reason that fine restaurants such as The Olive Garden don’t sing the traditional “Happy Birthday” to their guests, and you can thank the fact that the song is under copyright for the non-traditional embarrassment you feel while three to five disaffected servers remind you that it’s your “happy, happy…