4 Celebrated Inventors for AAPI Heritage Month
May 16, 2023
In 1978, President Carter established the first week of May as Asian Pacific American Heritage Week. In 1992, Congress expanded and renamed the concept, creating Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Here are some notable and ingenious mem...
Read More about 4 Celebrated Inventors for AAPI Heritage Month»
NFL Teams That Almost Moved (But Didn’t)
October 3, 2021
In the last few years, the St. Louis Rams and San Diego Chargers moved to Los Angeles, while the Oakland Raiders headed to Las Vegas. Those are some team moves that worked out — unlike these proposed franchise relocations that didn’t quite wor...
Read More about NFL Teams That Almost Moved (But Didn’t)»
More Than Four Fab Facts About the Fab Four
October 1, 2021
It’s Beatlemania all over again around here, both in this article filled with little-known facts about the Beatles, and in our publishing sibling Thunder Bay Press’s new book, The Beatles: Illustrated Lyrics,So get back, come together, drag a ...
Read More about More Than Four Fab Facts About the Fab Four»
Gandhi: The Myths About the Mahatma
September 17, 2021
Mahatma Gandhi is a towering, larger-than-life historical figure who changed the geopolitical makeup of the world of the 20th century. But how much do you really know about Gandhi, what he did, and why it’s important? As we prepare to release a ...
Read More about Gandhi: The Myths About the Mahatma»
Imagine Ghosts Are Real
September 15, 2021
John Lennon was tragically assassinated in 1980. But according to some people, the Beatle never completely left the earthly realm. And your bird can sing
In 1995, the three surviving Beatles at the time — George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and...
Read More about Imagine Ghosts Are Real»