To mark World AIDS Day, Katherine Ott takes us back almost 40 years when all hell broke loose as people began to sicken and die from a mysterious and frightening disease that became a global pandemic. Continue reading Silence = Death: The beginning of the epidemic
If you’re offended by the pun in the headline, the rest of this post about the American History Museum’s high-sodium “Conference on Stuff” may rub salt in your wounds. Continue reading An April Fool’s “assalt” on history
We had a bit of a hairy dilemma picking our favorite. You’ll need to scroll all the way down to find the editor’s choice. (As an aside, are these not the saddest Bad Santas ever?) Continue reading We mustache you a question: Who has your favorite historic facial hair?