Galileo was strongly condemned for creating the first refracting telescope, but it marked the start of space discovery.
How a Turkey Surplus Became Responsible for The American TV Dinner
Unable to sell 520,000 pounds of turkey in one go, a frozen-food company turned it into a food solution; the TV dinner.
Here’s a Brief History of The Emoji
Emojis have come along way, and are now far more than the standard yellow smiley of yesteryear; but where do they come from?
Remembering Beavis and Butthead, MTV’s Most Iconic TV Show
Ask anyone who grew up in the 90s and you'll find one TV show that's burned into the collective memory of a generation.
The Day Twitter Came Into Our Lives
Rewind back to the not so distant past — the year 2006 — the year that one of the biggest social media platforms came to be.
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.
The History of America’s Greatest Shoe: The Converse All Star
The timeless Converse All-Stars, or Chuck Taylors as they are nicknamed, have played a major role in modern pop culture.
Tetris and How it Led to Game Boy Fever
Tetris was popular in the 80s but it became the game of a generation with the launch of Nintendo's Game Boy.
Who Really Invented The Internet?
It's sometimes hard to pin a specific technological discovery on one person. This was the case with the internet.