Thomas Jefferson wrote parts of the Declaration of Independence in a Philadelphia tavern.
From its humble beginnings in 1931 to the glitz and glamor of today’s tree lightings, the towering Rockefeller Center evergreen has come to symbolize the holiday.
In a heart-warming turn of events, Amur the tiger has become best friends with his own lunch.
London-based artist Antonio Daniel wants to foster sympathy between strangers—by blending their faces together.
The watches belonged to Swatch designers Marlyse Schmid and Bernard Muller.
Perfect for narcissists, overly-attached significant others, and pet "parents."
With these, you'll be the toast of the town.
Links to interesting things from all around the web.
Yes, there was a real Madame Tussaud.
Watch Hafthór Júlíus Björnsson break the keg toss record in Sweden's qualifying heat for the World's Strongest Man competition.
There's already plenty to celebrate in December, but here are a few holidays to add to the mix.
Including stories like “The Ungrateful Children and the Old Father Who Went to School Again.”
Antiquities from two submerged Mediterranean port towns tell the story of cultural exchange between Egypt and Greece.
Nearly a century after comedian Buster Keaton started making movies, filmmakers are still imitating his stunts, gags, and visual style.