Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he died in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
Featuring two books that embrace the medium of comics to explore the definitive history of two big subjects: Hip hop music and the Showa era of Japan.
Sometimes gamers are so desperate for mysteries to unlock that they’re willing to just believe about anything to find them.
There are two questions that have haunted wannabe astronomers for decades: “Why is our galaxy called the Milky Way?” and “Does it have anything to do with the delicious candy bar?”
The Federal Writers' Project produced upwards of 275 books, 700 pamphlets, and 340 articles, leaflets, and radio scripts. Here are a few famous writers who contributed.
Love cats? Then this poster is for you.
These television shows were so popular that they got adapted for new countries and cultures.
Sometimes, thanks to rarity, historical happenstance, or minting or printing errors, our cash is worth more than its face value. Occasionally, a lot more.
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night will keep the post office from delivering the mail. And neither will chicken scratch.
Louis Pasteur once proclaimed, “Wine is the most healthful and most hygienic of beverages.” It turns out he was right (in moderation, of course.) Bottoms up!