Atticus Finch's final speech in To Kill a Mockingbird was shot in one take.
If you thought Victorian Era women were always demure and proper, the Forty Elephants could teach you a thing or two.
This London all-girl gang started in the late 1700s and lasted for over 150 yea
Can the food your grandparents ate affect you? What about years of smoking one of your great-grandparents engaged in, and ended, decades before your parents were even born?
You can tell a lot about a society from its stock images. Not what the society is really like, but how it likes to perceive itself.
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As the man who invented Jelly Belly jelly beans, David Klein is a pioneer in the candy industry.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is now in the public domain.
On Monday, I posted a clip of my two-year-old playing with her U.S. Presidents placemat alongside our "can you guess the president by his placemat portrait?" quiz.
About a year ago, one couple rocked the YouTube world with their surprising wedding entrance to “Forever,” a song by Chris Brown.
It’s all over the news the past couple of days: some astronomers spend a lifetime looking for a supernova, but a 10-year-old-girl found one on her first try.
Any old runner can take on a standard road race. Strap on a good pair of shoes, do a little training, get hydrated, and it’s not too much of a struggle.
Artist Yin Xiuzhen takes clothing from any given city's inhabitants and uses it to construct a stunning replica of the city—inside of a suitcase.
“When I began this series, I was constantly tr
I liked Inception, the Christopher Nolan movie about dreams-within-dreams.
We've had an unprecedented amount of rain here in Los Angeles lately, and it's making people weird.
Shopping online can be fun, even if you're only "window shopping." There's an amazing array of ways to make your home stand out from all the others, or just give your guests a litt
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The following five words have a very specific trait, relating to their spelling.