Games like Wordle continue to proliferate—and thanks to the National Gallery of Art, art lovers now have an ‘-le’ of their own.
There are a lot of things we don't quite get right about the Renaissance, including when it actually took place.
French engineer Nicolas-Jacques Conté created what is considered the modern pencil, though many have since made improvements.
Mary Cassatt, known for her intimate paintings of mothers and children, was the only American artist invited to join the French Impressionists.
And if you burn the first waffle, channel your inner Bob Ross and shake it off as a “happy little accident.”