Unable to sell 520,000 pounds of turkey in one go, a frozen-food company turned it into a food solution; the TV dinner.
The History of America’s Greatest Shoe: The Converse All Star
Designed in 1917, the timeless Converse All-Star or Chuck Taylors as they are nicknamed, have played a major role in modern pop culture. Curious as to how this simple shoe has..
Same But Different: Actresses That Look Nothing Like Their Characters
Hollywood is filled with gorgeous leading ladies, but from time to time these actresses have to ditch the glamorous gowns, contoured cheekbones, and immerse themselves into an..
5 Iconic Moments From the 90’s That Shaped a Generation
There's a reason, well, several in fact, as to why millennials are who they are.
Tetris and How it Led to Game Boy Fever
Tetris, possibly the world's most well-known video game took the '80s by storm. It was introduced on June 6th, 1984 by the Moscow's Academy of Science USSR and instantly..
The Day Galileo Revealed His First-Ever Telescope
Galileo was strongly condemned for creating the first refracting telescope, but it marked the start of space discovery.
Who Really Invented The Internet?
As technological inventions often take a kind of a snowball effect, it's sometimes hard to pin a specific discovery on one person. When it comes to the invention of the..
Stonewall Inn: Where LGBTQ Pride All Began
Ever wondered how the Pride March came to be? Before the 1960s, it was just a glint in the eyes of a handful of activists, and while there certainly was an ongoing fight for..
The Most Insane Stunts Since Evel Knievel
These iconic stuntmen pushed the boundaries in death-defying acts.
Here’s a Brief History of The Emoji
Who needs words when you have the emoji? These expressive little icons have come along way, and comprise of far more than the standard yellow smiley of yesteryear; but where..