Latest Articles

History’s Badasses: Spartacus

Last time on History’s Badasses, we covered martial arts badass, actor, and director Bruce Lee. This time, we’re talking about the famous Thracian, Spartacus, a Roman…

View GAllery

Where Was Ancient Byblos’ Harbor?

The city of Byblos is considered by the UNESCO World Heritage Foundation to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.…

View GAllery

On This Day, December 7th

1. 1941: Attack on Pearl Harbor It was on this date in 1941 that the Japanese struck a critical blow against the United States…

View GAllery

Thomas Mutter: Strange Collectionist Extraordinaire

Strange figures have a habit of hanging around in history. Whether they’re remembered for their achievements, their creations or just their interesting habits, certain…

View GAllery

6 More of History’s Most Ridiculous Deaths

Think history is just a boring list of names and dates? Think again. There’s hundreds of amusing stories that they don’t tell you in…

View GAllery

25 Caddyshack Secrets That’ll Change The Way You View The Film

Just over 36 years ago, the cult classic film Caddyshack was released to the public and won audiences over nationwide with its brash-but-hilarious comedy.…

View GAllery

On This Day, December 6th

1. 1917: The Halifax explosion It was on this date in 1917 that a massive explosion took place in the Halifax Harbor in the…

View GAllery

1798: America’s First Bank Heist Was Nearly Perfect

It’s not that bank robbers are always caught, but their chances of getting away with it are not great. According to the FBI, in…

View GAllery

The Modern Utopias That Failed To Get Off The Ground

Whether it’s peace, green energy or a balanced economy, everyone has an idea of how they would like to see the world changed around…

View GAllery

On This Day, December 5th

1. 1933: The end of Prohibition It was on this date in 1933 that the state of Utah became the 36th state to ratify…

View GAllery

Page 30 of 115« First...1020...2829303132...405060...Last »