Elon Musk has been in the news lately, for better or worse. First, he offered to design a submarine to ferry away the Thai soccer team trapped in the cave. Then he raged and threw an infantile fit at a rescue leader for rejecting that submarine, calling him offensive names on Twitter.
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She disappeared in 1937 while attempting a round-the-world flight. Her life (and disappearance) continue to attract great interest and speculation to this day.
I've never really been someone who gets super revved up when it comes to e-books; I need a literal page of words in front of me or I will almost always get distracted and lose focus.
I have been obsessed with the sky for as long as I can remember; whether I was the four-year-old stumbling around my grandparents backyard collecting pebbles or the present day fully grown adult human I am today not really collecting anything, I have always strained my ne
Before there was Google, where did people go for answers to their obscure, specific, and sometimes alarming questions? They went to the library.
It's Nelson Mandela's birthday, which is celebrated internationally as Nelson Mandela Day. Were he still alive, he would turn 100 today. Mandela is known as the leader of the movement that overthrew apartheid in South Africa, and served as its president from 1994 to 1999.
George R.R. Martin is well known as a master storyteller. People frequently praise his world-building, his shocking twists and intricate histories. But as aspect of his writing that I see praised less often is the writing itself.
Now, I don't about you, but I love emojis! I remember when I was about fifteen-or-so and Apple first dropped those miniature, pixelated, virtual figurines.
HIV Prevention Day is upon us, which means that now is a great time to read up on the history of HIV awareness, get tested, ruminate on the stigmatization of HIV and AIDS, get tested, share relevant literature with your friends, bring them along to get tested, get educated on the ongoing struggle
Just this past weekend, during the annual thriller-writers conference, Thrillerfest, authors R.L. Stine, Lee Child, David Morrell, Heather Graham, and George R.R.
It's tattoo day! Celebrate by checking out these incredible tattoos inspired by literature.
It's the 58th anniversary of Harper Lee's beloved novel To Kill a Mockingbird, which would win the Pulitzer Prize. The story is set in Depression-era Alabama, but its messages resonate even today.