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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?
Actors Who Went Crazy From Their Film Roles
Some actors believe that method acting is the only way to truly immerse themselves in a role. This has often been the case with some of cinema's most memorable performances...
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.
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.
Remembering Beavis and Butthead, MTV’s Most Iconic TV Show
Ah, MTV during the 90s. The famous music channel was once a hub for cutting edge teenage content. From the grungiest Nirvana music videos to incredible TV shows like Daria and..
These John Ford Westerns Will Never Be Forgotten
Director John Ford defined the Western genre. His films captured masculinity at its finest and the harsh and rugged terrain of the wild west. If it wasn't for him, the world..
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..
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.
Take a Look At a Century of Weddings
Weddings have been part of our culture for centuries. These ceremonies celebrate the life-long union between two people and almost always involve a white dress, cake, and..