Vincent van Gogh is known for his artwork, devotion to his craft, and his extensive contributions to Western art. That being said, he may be most well known for one..
Four of Our Favorite Egyptian Pharaohs
Get ready to brush up on some remarkable facts and learn about some Egyptian pharaohs that changed the country's history.
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Is Babe Ruth Responsible for the Pinstripes on the Yankees’ Uniform?
Rumor has it that the New York Yankees added their famous pinstripes to make Babe Ruth look thinner.
The Truth About History’s Biggest Misconceptions
What if we were to tell you the most common stories accepted as facts couldn't be further from the truth?
Female Surfers Have Been Riding Waves Since the 17th Century
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From Their Name to Their Principles – The History of London Bobbies
In London, they don't refer to their Metropolitan Police as "detective" or "officer," they call their policemen as "Bobby." What is the origin of the term? What is the history..
3 of Hollywood’s Most Rebellious Women
Along with expectations comes rebellion. These Hollywood "bad girls" found themselves repeatedly amid scandal.
The Ongoing Mystery of Edgar Allan Poe’s Death
Ironically, no one knows just how the mystery writer died. Several theories surround his death but it's still a mystery.
The 5 Highest-Grossing Sports Films of All Time
You don't have to be a sports fan to enjoy sports films. From watching a father and son's touching moment at a karate match; to cheering on the underdogs as they conquer that..