During the Great Depression, soda transformed Quincy, Florida, into America’s most prosperous city.
The word “graffiti” is actually the plural form of “graffito.”
Life, uh, finds a way.
In 1928, Henry Ford turned part of Brazil’s Amazon Rainforest into a rubber plantation and factory town called Fordlandia. It was a failure and abandoned in 1945.
Mr. Fred Rogers poured the wax for the 100 billionth Crayola crayon.
Oreo built a doomsday vault in Norway to preserve emergency cookies for future generations!
Before drone cameras existed, photographers would sometimes capture aerial views using kite cameras.
“Cake” it easy with a new episode of Up Close & Peculiar!
Wasp venom contains a chemical that alerts other wasps to join in and sting the victim.