Joined: Jun 1, 2021
Lucie Grace is a British freelance culture and leisure writer, living and working nomadically in Asia. Before grad school, she spent 8 years employed in London's museums and galleries, loving nothing more than an archive or library to get lost in. Her favourite movie is Apocalypse Now, closely followed by Rushmore, which she knows word for word. She's also got bylines in CN Traveller, Culture Trip, The Daily Beast, The Guardian and Vice.
The most famous maritime disaster of all time is commemorated with plaques and memorials around the world.
While Americans are dressing up and trick-or-treating around Halloween, other countries are playing with fire and partying at Dracula's castle.
From writing a salty letter of insults to rid yourself of unwanted attention to using a key to ward off epilepsy, here are 11 of the oddest old-timey Valentine’s Day traditions from years past.
Making your own paper snowflakes to hang around the house during the holidays is a fun, accessible activity for all ages.
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Young explorers and retirees alike are donning sturdy boots and reconnecting with the great outdoors on long trails all over the world.
Humans have been building temples for over 10,000 years. Luckily for history lovers, many of those ancient, sacred sites still exist.