Wilford Brimley was Howard Hughes' bodyguard.
Reader Amanda writes, “I was a cashier for a few years and when the register wouldn’t read a credit card, we would wrap the card in a plastic bag and run it through again and it would work.
It’s spring, and you should go outside. Why not go for a bike ride and turn some heads?
Though he invented the telephone, nobody knew what Alexander Graham Bell’s voice sounded like outside of his immediate associations.
Here are seven primitive beauty practices that are almost as scary as modern ones.
To celebrate photography or, more accurately, the devices that make it possible, Pop Chart Lab has designed a stunning new poster that tracks the history of the camera from 1888 to today.
Just about every recent generation had some kind of trading card set in their youth that ate up their allowances and turned ordinary pieces of glossy card stock into sought-after collectibles.
Words we use every day in modern English owe their inclusion in dictionaries to a British army officer picking up a few slang words from the cotton traders in Bangalore, street food vendors in the Car
Reader Alistair wrote in wondering about the supposed origins of C-Sections: “Was Julius Caesar really born this way and is it the origin of the medical procedure?”