Here are some lesser-known facts you might like to know about the pivotal day when human feet touched the moon.
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.
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.
A Brief History of Chocolate
With a history spanning over 4,000 years, chocolate has traveled a rocky road to becoming the mass-produced success it is today.
How One Man Liberated a Whole Nation
After 27 years in prison, on February 11, 1990, Nelson Mandela was released. As the leader of the African National Congress (ANC), the most established black political..
The Most Insane Stunts Since Evel Knievel
These iconic stuntmen pushed the boundaries in death-defying acts.
The Lost History of American River Communities, Revisited by an Artist in a Shantyboat
Wes Modes is documenting life along America’s waterways. American rivers used to be home to thousands of people, particularly during the 19th and early 20th centuries...
The American Civil Liberties Union
Established in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, a non-profit legal organization, aims to defend the constitutional rights of American citizens by offering..
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 Most Epic Pranks in April Fools’ Day History
The tradition of pulling pranks on each other on the first day of April dates back centuries.
Social Media Sites From the Past That Impacted Our Lives
Let's delve into the past to relive our favorite social media sites, their purposes, and what we loved the most about them.
The History of the Old Farmer’s Almanac
For centuries, almanacs have served as valuable scientific documents that helped track the stars, the tides, planting seasons, and more.
Stacy Allison: the First American Woman to Climb Mount Everest
Climbing Mount Everest is extremely difficult, but in September of 1988, Allison finally did it.
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.
These Guys Recreated Their Childhood Photos In a Genius Way
Batman had Robin, Sherlock Holmes had Watson and every other superhero needs a sidekick, correct? That’s exactly what these brothers’ mom and dad had in mind when they..
The History Behind Vitaminwater
It took a health nut with a knack for entrepreneurial tendencies to open up the floodgates (pun intended) to enhanced water.