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.
The father of French impressionism paid a gardener to dust his water lilies.
Pineapples used to be expensive in Europe and colonial America. The South American fruit has been a symbol of wealth, luxury, and hospitality.
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To celebrate Mother’s Day, here are 25 of history’s greatest moms.
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One of the most celebrated authors in history never saw a book published under her own name.
People legally change their first, middle, or last names for a variety of reasons. So what’s in a name (change)? A whole lot of paperwork.
More than 34 million Americans face food insecurity. Here are some ways you can help at your local food bank.
No, Kurt Vonnegut was not frat bros with Dr. Seuss. But the world-renowned author did love watching “Cheers.”
People didn't think a woman could cross the English Channel both ways—until Florence Chadwick came along.
From greasy spoons in small towns to famous restaurants in bigger cities, here are some of the best diners in all 50 states.