Article, History

Rolex Makes Its Escape

the mag

During World War II, Rolex wasn't just making expensive watches—it was handing them out to British prisoners of war.

The Enduring Legacy of the Pied Piper of Hamelin

Caitlin Schneider

In a town in northern Germany, a dark piece of folklore has found new life.

When Ohio Outlawed Seduction

Jennifer M Wood

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.

Women in Medicine: Dr. Anandi Joshee

Miss Cellania

Anandabai Gopal Joshee was not only the first Indian woman to receive a Western medical degree, but also the first known Hindu woman to travel to America.

Women in Medicine: 6 Pioneering Activists

The Mystery of the Green Children of Woolpit

Caitlin Schneider

The Fifth Marx Brother

Miss Cellania

Meet the Real James Bond

Matt Soniak

Gentleman Scientist Andrew Crosse's Extraordinary Experiment

Matt Soniak

A Brief History of Real Life “Werewolves”

Matt Soniak