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Alexia is a freelance writer who enjoys writing about travel, food, and culture. She's a fan of big, loud family gatherings, board games, Marvel movies and is a geography, history and pop culture nerd.
Why Are Horseshoes Considered Lucky?
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The Best Time to Buy Concert Tickets
Why People Give Out Jordan Almonds at Weddings
The candy-coated almonds are a traditional part of many Greek, Italian, and Middle Eastern wedding celebrations.
How Often You Should Clean Your Dog’s Teeth, According to a Veterinarian
When it comes to your dog’s oral health, prevention is the best medicine.
5 Terrible Things That Happened on Valentine’s Day
February 14 is often celebrates as a day of love—but it has also been marked as a day of tragedy.
9 Delightfully Delicious U.S. Regional Names
You’ve heard of New England, the Midwest, and the Pacific Northwest. But the United States has several more interesting regions—including some that sound pretty tasty.
Why Are So Many Astronauts From Ohio?
NASA counts a surprising number of astronauts from the past and present who hail from the Buckeye State.
You Can Rent The Entire Italian Village of Petritoli For You and 199 of Your Closest Friends
Looking for the perfect Italian vacation for you and 199 of your closest friends?
Queen Elizabeth II Wrote a Letter to the People of Sydney, Australia—But It Can’t Be Opened and Read Until 2085
In November 1986, Queen Elizabeth II wrote a letter to the people of Sydney, Australia. No one knows its contents, but it cannot be opened until 2085.
Why Southern Couples Bury a Bottle of Bourbon One Month Before Their Wedding
Tradition and culture have always played a deep role in Southern weddings.
10 Facts About Balmoral Castle
Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle, a place she held dear to her heart.
The World's Top 10 Places to Live
This year’s most liveable cities can be found in Europe and Canada, as well as one in Australia and one in Japan.
11 Cool Facts About Iceberg Alley
Every spring, hundreds of icebergs drift by the waters of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
11 Greek Expressions You Should Know
Greek language employs many sharp, oddly entertaining expressions and phrases, from "black and spidery" to "I ate a door."