21 February

In 2013 a group of medievalists from Britain went into a store to look up medieval genealogical scrolls. During their visit they came across a late-13th century manuscript from England […]

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21 February

Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is famous for a number of reasons, including her enigmatic smile. But the master’s painting of the still unknown woman is not the only work […]

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21 February

On the evening of April 14, 1912, the world witnessed what has come to be one of the biggest dramas of the 20th century. RMS Titanic — the luxurious and […]

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21 February

If you are looking forward to the digital and DVD release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindenwald, besides digging your nose into a copy of a Harry Potter book […]

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21 February

As human beings, we are capable of extraordinary things. We have the power to endure extreme physical and mental lengths while welcoming life’s most unexpected challenges, hardships, and check-ins. Sometimes […]

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21 February

When it comes to dealing with rejection at work, I think the number one thing I’ve learned is that you can’t dwell on it too much. You especially can’t dwell […]

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21 February

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Preparing for the first ever air campaign against the country of England, the German military brought its newfound aviation invention to bear: the […]

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20 February

The industrial revolution of the 19th century brought both certain economic stability for the middle class as well as the means to produce what had been luxury items on an […]

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20 February

Much in contrast to our modern beliefs on romance, royal marriages in the past were more the matter of politics than love. They were often arranged and strategically planned to […]

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20 February

Anne Hathaway heads up the cast of Robert Zemeckis’ new film, an adaptation of The Witches, based on Roald Dahl’s 1983 novel. The film is set to hit the big […]

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