The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
The Honolulu-based company Group 70 International worked with volunteer architects to create a novel way to help the homeless in Hawaii.
Everyone’s favorite brick- and mushroom-based adventure was first drawn on paper grids.
Some say this 19th century image of six men drinking includes the rarely photographed Dutch artist.
Most everyone knows the story of Edmond Dantès, the wrongfully-incarcerated hero of 'The Count of Monte Cristo.' But how familiar are you really with the classic?
In case of narrative emergency, break glass.
There’s nothing in the world quite like hurling a good insult, but let’s face it: Modern-day zingers are super boring. The good news is, we have years of linguistic history to draw from!
During World War II, the Women's Timber Corps took over the forestry jobs of men who had joined the armed forces. The performed intense labor jobs and kept the timber industry afloat.
“Invisible You” explores the human microbiome in all its bacterial beauty.
Nine out of 10 humans may favor their right hands, but—according to a paper that was recently published in Current Biology—most kangaroos have the opposite preference.
The best bits of wisdom from the advice manuals published way before Google searches were a thing.
After years as a beta feature, Gmail is officially allowing users to claw back emails from the digital ether.
Debauchery, skullduggery, and other –erys were rampant in late 19th and early 20th century society. Check out 11 scandals that caused more than one decent citizen to nearly drop her hand fan.
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