Blane Cottrell is nine years old and loves baseball. Imagine how excited he was recently when he learned he is related to baseball Hall of Famer Tris Speaker!
Most people know Fred Armisen from his long tenure on Saturday Night Live, and his role of bandleader for Seth Meyers. Fred has always believed he was one quarter Japanese. Apparently not!
We all have to deal with it at some point… purging personal items, maybe even heirlooms, that our children will have no interest in. “Swedish Death Cleaning” is all about that!
Kathleen Grimmett had a wonderful trip through the internet earlier this month when she stumbled on a story of the discovery of a cache of letters sent home from the battlefields of World War II by her father, who died when she was only three. But wait, there’s more!
Back in the 1920s, half the American population lived in rural areas, but some 80 percent of the doctors were in the urban areas. That left quite the work load for the doctors of rural America.
All people are aware of their own mortality, but when it comes to knowing what is likely to come their way, most people just don’t want to know.
128 coins from the 1400s and 1500s have been found buried in a Northumberland playground in England. It was a great find for the caretaker who used his own metal detector to find the stash.
New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady grew up in his home state of California, where several generations before him lived. But before that… they were in Boston!
Here’s a story I’ll bet you’ve never heard before. It’s about the Japanese effort to bomb the United States late in World War II. People did die! Here’s the story of two of the bombs that fell on Texas.
The Smithsonian is all over a project to capture funny images, cartoons, and illustrations from World War I. Want to play? Here’s what you need to know!