Record collector Thomas Henry is building an online archive of French vinyl history.... READ ON
Whether because of inaction, rejection, or pure skullduggery, these 15 of New York City landmarks have been lost forever.... READ ON
National Arbor Day is the last Friday of April.... READ ON
In a town in northern Germany, a dark piece of folklore has found new life. ... READ ON
"It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better."... READ ON
An 1886 law made it illegal for a woman in Ohio to act on those romantic feelings she was having toward her roller skating instructor.... READ ON
Given its close proximity to Plymouth Rock, it’s hardly surprising that the city of Boston is home to many American “firsts.” From anti-smoking laws to UFO sightings, here are 24 things that originated in Beantown.... READ ON
Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt once sneaked out of a White House event, commandeered an airplane, and went on a joyride to Baltimore.