The pretzel has had a twisted path from Germany to becoming the global snack food it is today. Read pretzel history and pretzel facts in this post!
An article on globalism, humanism, and becoming a better traveler rather than an "imperialist tourist," by a Georgia State University professor.
In shredding “Girl With Balloon,” Banksy, by destroying art, seems to be pointing to a central absurdity of his graffiti art being treated as fine art.
The Moulin Rouge is one of Paris' most venerable institutions. In this post, learn about the history of the Moulin Rouge, tips for going, and more!
Looking for the best history websites to satisfy your curiosity of past events, world-changing moments, important people, and more? Look no further!
Planning a trip to Poland? Our guide is packed with Poland travel tips to keep you safe, under budget, and making sure you make the most of Polish visit.
Instead of overreacting to minor slights, it’s healthier to just say, "pyt." The Danish word "pyt" is a great, short interjection for saying, "oh well."
Why does Swiss cheese have holes? It's a question likely from your childhood, and now a food science professor has the answers for you in this article!
Depending on where you’re from, you say words like ‘basil’ a specific way. UMBC Professor Christine Mallinson gives us more on pronunciation differences.
Immunization vs vaccination vs inoculation - many of us use these terms interchangeably, myself included, but there are differences in these terms!