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.
A Brief Look at the Fascinating History of Native America
Thousands of years before European ships arrived in the Americas, a different group of people discovered the new world: the nomadic ancestors of Native Americans. They..
The History of Dogs As Pets
Dogs have been a part of our history since before the written word, but nobody knows precisely when dogs became man's best friend. What we do know is that it's been a gradual..
Fascinating Facts About the Montgomery Bus Boycott
The Montgomery bus boycott is one of the earliest civil rights protests and it's also the event that helped make Rosa Parks a household name.
The Secret History of Breakfast
Whether we're sitting down to a bowl of cereal, a spread of pancakes, or bacon and eggs, along with a giant-sized coffee before you head to work, there's a good chance you..
“The Great Moon Hoax” Published in the “New York Sun”
In August 1835, the first articles announced the apparent discovery of life on the moon appeared in the "New York Sun" newspaper. We now call these articles "The Great Moon..
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.
The Story Behind Ancient Grains That We Still Eat Today
What makes a grain ancient? Ancient grains are those grains that have come down to us mostly intact and have been called pseudocereals. These crops have been staples for..
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 Scientific Mystery of Why Humans Like Music?
From an evolutionary point of view, it makes no sense whatsoever that music affects our emotions as they do.