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Is the Oldest American Bar, West of the Mississippi, in a Rural Mormon Utah?

The Shooting Star Saloon feels like you’ve stepped back in time as you cross the crooked threshold of the 1850 building.   Founded in…

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Salvador Dali, Moving Audiences to Chaos with his Words

Dali’s talent to invoke utter chaos and general confusion preserved in his own words. To say he “believed in surrealism” is so far understated…

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The “Grandmother of the Civil Rights Movement”, Septima Clark

Educator and civil rights activist Septima Poinsette Clark played a significant part in gaining voting and civil rights for African Americans. Clark is known…

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History’s Badasses: Annie Oakley

“I ain’t afraid to love a man. I ain’t afraid to shoot him either.” – Annie Oakley Last time on History’s Badasses, we talked about…

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The Life and Legacy of Bob Marley

It has been 40 years since the artist behind “One Love” passed on. His legacy, however, remains vibrant. Bob Marley introduced the world at large…

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13,000-Year-Old Arrowhead Discovered in Northampton

“This is just the very beginning of what will probably prove to be a very important archaeological site.” – Richard Gramly, archaeologist from North…

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What was the German-Soviet Nonagression Pact?

The German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact was signed on August 23, 1939, just before World War II, by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. By signing…

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The Grand Duchess of Russia who was Rumoured to Have Escaped Death, Anastasia Romanova

Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia was Tsar Nicholas II’s youngest daughter. Tsar Nicholas was the final sovereign of Imperial Russia as the…

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How Tea Was Accidentally First Invented

Tea has been enjoyed as both a hot and cold beverage in countries across the world for centuries. It has sweeping health benefits, it’s…

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Archaeologists Save 50,000 Alaskan Artifacts From Melting Ice

“This is one of the largest collections ever recovered from a single site in Alaska, and perhaps even the whole Arctic region and is…

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