Article, History

That Time America Attacked the British Isles

Matt Soniak

We usually think of the American Revolutionary War as being fought strictly in North America, but naval battles were also fought in European waters by both American forces and by their French and Span

The Rise and Fall of the Bullpen Car

Matt Soniak

The Curious Case of the Flying Communist Bears

Matt Soniak

There was something off about some of the bears. They didn’t belong there.

10 Stories of Conjoined Twins

Miss Cellania

The Epic Battle Over Congressional Seating

Matt Soniak

During the State of the Union a few weeks ago, I noticed that the members of Congress were sitting on rows of theater-style seating in the House Chamber.

Hear James Joyce Read From <em>Ulysses</em> and <em>Finnegans Wake</em>

Lucas Reilly

Sylvia Beach convinced the author to record passages of his most famous books.

The Treadmill Originated in Prisons

the mag

Exercising on a treadmill often feels like torture, and that’s not exactly a coincidence.

The Time Ben Franklin and John Adams Shared a Bed

Matt Soniak

Even founding fathers had to bunk with one another on occasion.

80 Years Ago Today: Goodbye Prohibition!

Miss Cellania

It was 80 years ago today that the Twenty-first Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, repealing the earlier Amendment that declared the manufacture, sale, and transport of alcohol illegal in the

3 Little Pigs and Their Military Service

Miss Cellania

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