For centuries, almanacs have served as valuable scientific documents that helped track the stars, the tides, planting seasons, and more.
Why Do We Love True Crime Shows?
Everywhere we turn these days, it seems like there's a new, wildly successful—book, podcast, or show devoted to a crime.
Foods That Changed the World
Food is exciting, there's no doubt it's a massive part of our lives. That's why we love making it, sharing it, and even documenting it with photographs.
A Look at Nomadic Communities and Their Fascinating Lives
Even in these modern times, millions of people around the world live as nomads. Here's a glimpse into their lives.
The History Behind Brunch
Love it or hate it, the time-honored testament to a meal in place of breakfast and lunch we call Brunch has existed since the 1890s.
Ancient Roman Statues Were Actually Really Colorful
The history of the Roman Empire, which spans over centuries and multiple continents, is chronicled in statues and monuments left behind.
The Story Behind Ancient Grains That We Still Eat Today
These crops have been staples for thousands of years around the globe, and have various significant health benefits.
What Was the Cause of the Stock Market Crash of 1929?
This market crash was considered the worst economic event in the world. In the wake of Black Tuesday, America went into a downward spiral.
The Secret History of Breakfast
Why do we eat pancakes? Why is cereal considered a breakfast food? And what did we drink at breakfast before we had coffee?
A Brief History of Witches, Were They Villains or Victims?
This fascinating figure has long symbolized our society's complex views and attitudes towards female intuition and power.