05 March

Adverts dominate the 21st-century landscape. Such is their power that it’s easy to forget there was a time when they weren’t around so much. Look back through history and the […]

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05 March

Online education is becoming increasingly popular today, with dozens of online courses being held on a regular basis all over the globe. So why does online learning attract millions of […]

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05 March

Do you struggle with that afternoon snack which creates love handles? How about that smoking or drinking habit which is already starting to get pesky? Or the nail-biting, overspending, too […]

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05 March

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! His headstone simply reads “Peter the Wild Boy, 1785.” For his entire odd life, that was his moniker. Was Peter a feral child […]

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02 March

Red-haired people are often seen as easy targets for mockery. The reality is actually pretty painful. History has not been kind to redheads. In fact, Ancient Greece saw them lumped […]

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02 March

Many of us do not cease to wonder how it would feel to explore Middle-earth. The idea of walking through Tolkien’s fictional land, situated between Aman and the Land of […]

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02 March

One of the finest examples of America’s love affair with Tudor Revival architecture, a house called Castle Crest in Jackson, Mississippi, went on the market for $1.7 million in late […]

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02 March

Ukraine has witnessed a surge in reviving what is believed to represent their ancient culture, which dates to pre-Christian times. This revival found its way into art and fashion, where […]

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01 March

For a time, magician Harry Houdini was one of the two most popular people on Earth, the other being movie star Charlie Chaplin. His name was so recognized that for […]

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01 March

Rowan Atkinson was a comedy star before Mr. Bean came along. But his rubber-faced, teddy bear-loving creation certainly put him on the map. Bean’s chaotic misadventures began on the small […]

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