Joined: Jun 25, 2015
Emily Becker lives a caffeine-fueled lifestyle as a freelance writer and editor. She loves all things journalism and most things nerdy and is a transplant to Brooklyn from Missouri by way of a two-year stint as a Peace Corps volunteer in western Africa.
Because coffee and doughnuts will never go out of style.
Its first logo featured a deer native to Africa.
The brand has amassed a dedicated following over the last 165 years—one free sample at a time.
It's known for its famous New York pizza now, but the company didn't start out that way.
Who else would you celebrate National Baby Back Ribs Day with?
Arthur Read and his friends have been amusing (and educating) kids via public television for 20 years.
Grab some pasta with the pope.
4. One of its first employees was also the first American to summit Mount Everest.
All hail the French pachyderm king.
The "Painter of Light" was reported to be the most popular commercial artist in America.
You've undoubtedly used Dr. Bronner's, the top-selling organic liquid and bar soap brand in North America. But how much do you know about the man behind the company?
We wouldn't have survived childhood without peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Here are the origins of that sandwich along with five other iconic childhood foods.