Feast Afrique is an online library that gathers recipes and culinary texts from the past 200 years of African diasporan history.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is calling on the public to share their family recipes to be featured in a new digital exhibition.
Since the release of Netflix's original series 'The Queen’s Gambit,' people have taken to the internet to learn how to play chess.
Thanksgiving isn’t the only major November holiday—here’s how Native American Heritage Month first came to be.
Finland is the ultimate champion at staying caffeinated, but its Scandinavian neighbors put up some impressive numbers, too.
The museum is a tribute to Ernest Hemingway’s legacy in Oak Park, Illinois, and a reflection of the salon culture of his era.
The designer of the infamously persistent Duolingo owl will also be on hand to answer questions about his creation.
Your submission could be a poem, a piece of original music, a video taken at a protest, or just about anything else.
Architects had previously suggested replacing Notre-Dame Cathedral's famed spire with a rooftop pool, a greenhouse, or a giant sculpture of golden flames.
In Sweden, Fridays are a time to indulge in tacos topped with cucumber and pineapple and cozy up on the couch with loved ones.
Broadway closed all theater productions last week, but you can still stream classic shows online from the comfort of your home.
From its humble beginnings as an island monastery, Westminster Abbey has grown into the cultural and spiritual heart of London, as well as the final resting place of kings, queens, and poets.
Library visits also outranked concerts, sporting events, and a slew of other activities by even greater margins.
From love spoons to obligatory chocolate-giving, here are some ways people will be celebrating Valentine’s Day around the world this year.
Paris Musées oversees some of the most famous art institutions in Paris, and it's making thousands of out-of-copyright works in its collection available online.
And they’ve paired up with 17-year-old soon-to-be Olympic surfer Caroline Marks to promote her message.
We all know about the typical American Christmas trappings—Santa, the tree, fruitcake, etc. But what about traditions elsewhere in the world that might seem a little strange?
Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women' has been adapted more than two dozen times, for film and television but also for the stage, as an opera, and as a Japanese anime series. What makes the tale so timeless?
While Americans are dressing up and trick-or-treating around Halloween, other countries are playing with fire and partying at Dracula's castle.
Ted Nugent once called Muzak an “evil force causing people to collapse into uncontrollable fits of blandness.”
On September 21, more than 1500 museums across America will celebrate Museum Day by offering free admission to all visitors.
From mastering mindfulness to making macarons, there’s an online class on this list for every type of student.