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Zoë Randolph is a writer and marketer based wherever she can find a strong enough internet connection. Her joys include eating great food, learning new things, and watching Real Housewives argue on T.V.
When she graduated from medical school in 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell earned more than an M.D.: she also earned the distinction of becoming America’s first woman doctor.
Find out how Women's History Month went from a simple daylong celebration born from a socialist idea to a monthlong institution in the United States.
From foul-mouthed parrots to prison-breaking cats, these 25 animals are proof that “crime” can sometimes be cuddly.
People have mixed feelings about February 14. Before Cupid’s arrow leaves you distracted, here are 20 things you might not know about Valentine’s Day.
History may be written by the victors, but it’s high time some of history’s quieter contributors got the attention they deserve.
Can wrapping paper be recycled? As you may have guessed, correctly disposing of wrapping paper can be a bit complicated.
Having pets doesn’t mean sacrificing the well-being of your Christmas tree. There are easy measures you can take to keep your Christmas tree pet-proof.
No lithium ion batteries or touchscreens here: These old-school gifts will thrill the Luddites in your life.
The fashion of the modern Christmas tree has left tinsel behind, and you can too. With these seven alternatives, we don’t think you’ll even miss it.
Mail-proofing holiday cookies is serious business. Here are eight tips for mailing the beloved seasonal treats the right way.
Zoombinis graced the screens of many a ‘90s PC, inviting kids to use logic and experimentation as they led a troupe of exploited island workers through a Deep, Dark Forest and the Mountains of Despair en route to Zoombiniville.
The Appalachian Mountains occupy a towering spot in North American cultural identity, thanks in part to the Appalachian Trail. The rugged peaks have been influencing the continent for a lot longer than we’ve been around to appreciate them.