I trust that everyone had a good thanksgiving. Now, with this holiday behind us, I wanted to shed some light on a few issues.
“Hope is enough water to drown in.”
What was it like to be a Japanese American living in a “relocation center” (aka concentration camp) during WWII? This is Richard’s story.
Embed from Getty ImagesBy Scott FreimanIn February of 1967, The Beatles released a groundbreaking double A-side single. On one side was a Lennon song, “Strawberry Fields Forever,” that had been transformed in the studio thanks to the contributions of the other Beatles along with producer George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick. On the other side,…
“On fleek” is certainly a product of the new millennia, but other terms like fanboy, hipster, and legit have been around for far longer than we realized.
Emmy Potter of CultureSonar shares some of the best episodes of a podcast sure to delight all movie lovers.
Know your history!
Men and women must stand together against gender bias.
Alex Yarde has heard just about enough from Trump about black state of affairs.
The history of grammar schools, and why we might be seeing a come back.
Medicine was part of the wider role of ‘housewife’, and ‘huswifery’ meant looking after the inhabitants, as well as maintaining the living space.
September 1 is National Chicken Boy Day, celebrating a historical figure in Los Angeles. Never heard of him? Watch this video, and you will never forget him.
What was exercise like in early modern Britain?
Jackie Summers loves his country, but he holds those he loves accountable for their actions.
Take a look at the ways medicine was once recorded.
Blacks faced violent attacks led by white Confederates after the Civil War ended.