When fish snack on ‘ghost fleas,’ the neurotoxin they accumulate poses a risk to human fish eaters (Wim Van Egmond/Science Photo Library)

I ain’t afraid of no ghost fleas

Scientists are studying a strain of translucent, one-eyed zooplankton that comes out at night. “When you look at live ones under a microscope, they can spin their eye to look at you. You’d think the organism is possessed.”

In praise of Bubbie Shoshie

For my Bubbie, news of my gayness wasn’t cause for celebration. It was an afterthought.

Good news … bad news

Mercury has ice and golf is riding itself of belly putters