E.B. White of Charlotte's Web fame is the "White" of Strunk and White.
During the 1950s, the American people suffered from a severe case of Atomic Fever—and sometimes our fervor showed up in some pretty strange places.
You've probably heard the food-world adage about how we shouldn’t consume oysters during months that don’t contain the letter R. But does R really stand for risk?
From dying to being a king, these manuals had people in the Middle Ages covered.
The Strange States series will take you on a virtual tour of America to uncover the unusual people, places, things, and events that make this country such a unique place to call home.
Wouldn’t it do just the opposite? Doesn’t it prove that the rule does not hold for all cases and is therefore not a rule at all?
Trapped outside without a tent? Don’t worry. With a little ingenuity, you can build a shelter that will keep you safe while ensuring you have a fascinating survival tale to tell.
According to Hallmark, today is National Play-Doh Day! We're not sure what September 16th has to do with Play-Doh, but here are some fun facts about the toy that started as a household cleaner.
From MI5 investigations to going missing for 11 days, Christie led a life that was every bit as interesting as her novels.