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A program called Culture in Transit is trying to preserve the history of New York City by scanning memorabilia.
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Crime scene photos provide clues to what tenement life was like in the early 20th century.
St. Augustine, Florida will honor the occasion with a multi-day birthday celebration.
Confitex lingerie is aimed at the millions of people in the world who can’t always hold it in.
At 65 years old, Hollywood's cruelly accurate depiction of itself is no has-been.
Here's a little history for your next tailgate party.
William Edgar Smith earned himself an extraneous college degree for committing (admirably) to a joke.
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