I have no idea why I know that Cherries in the Snow is a particular color of lipstick. Am I aware of it purely due to the insidious power of marketing? Or is there greater cultural significance to this oddly-named makeup?
In the depths of the Victorian era, the recreational use of arsenic would come to be known as one of the most bizarre and dangerous ways ever devised to get high.
J.K. Rowling’s 50th birthday party, held during Halloween, had a theme: Come as your own private nightmare. Rowling wrote a political fairy tale on a dress.
Unlike his collection of ornate snuff boxes and high collars, this was one accessory Beau Brummell wished to rid himself of permanently.
This is 4,000-year-old homework.
Anonymity may be power, but evaluating who holds that power can be tricky.
If you publicly ambush them after they repeatedly refuse to talk to you, can you call your abrupt and baffling interrogation an “interview?”