Joined: May 28, 2015
Suzanne Raga loves writing about everything from history, business, music, and literature to personal finance, life hacks, food trends, and health. A graduate of Princeton University, she is the author of You Rock! How To Be A Star Student & Still Have Fun, curator of the indie music blog After The Show, and a whiz at Latin Scrabble.
Though much of Charlotte Brontë's life was marked by tragedy, she wrote novels and poems that found great success in her lifetime and are still popular nearly 200 years later.
Caroline Herschel was the first woman to discover a comet—and now there's a crater on the moon named after her.
These famous siblings changed the way we view everything from science and art to sports and literature.
The Former Presidents Act, which was passed by Dwight Eisenhower in 1958—largely to help Harry Truman, who struggled financially after leaving the Oval Office—entitles ex-presidents to a handful of benefits.
'Little Women' author Louisa May Alcott was also an early suffragette who fought against slavery and registered women to vote.
Known for their strong family bonds and intelligence, elephants have fascinated humans across time and cultures.
You’ve probably read (and re-read) 'Charlotte’s Web' and 'Stuart Little,' but E.B. White wrote books, essays, and poems for both children and adults.
Since 1931, Bisquick has been helping home cooks make a variety of quick, convenient, and—most importantly—delicious recipes.
Annie's Homegrown has been shelling out rabbit-shaped pasta for 30 years (and that bunny, Bernie, is real—as is Annie).
Yoplait is known for its wide variety of flavors, far from the standard vanilla and strawberry (sea salt caramel, anyone?).
Here are eight things you wouldn't expect about your favorite canned-soup brand, which got its start selling imported Italian foods by horseback around New Orleans.
Not just a breakfast cereal company, Kashi has come a long way since its roots in 1980s Southern California.