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Wax figure of Albert Einstein in Madame Tussauds, Bangkok.Happy (Belated) Birthday, Albert Einstein

Born on March 14, Albert Einstein had a keen interest in science and mathematics even at a young age. Read more

People holding colorful powder at a Holi celebration.Celebrating a Holi-day

The Indian holiday of Holi marks the beginning of spring, celebrated by throwing colorful powder in the air. Read more

Picture of a Guinness on a wooden surface outside of a pubCheers to Saint Patrick's Day!

How does Guinness, one of the most popular and successful beers in the world, brew their distinct Irish dry stout? Read more

Prince William announcing award winnersPrince William’s Earthshot Ceremony Recognizes Environmental Excellence

The Royal Foundation, founded in 2020 by Prince William, hosted its inaugural Earthshot Prize ceremony, recognizing and rewarding ambitious environmental programs and technologies. Read more

Melnor sprinkler.Keeping Lawns Green

While the first water systems appeared in the ancient world, it wasn't until 1871 that the lawn sprinkler was invented in Buffalo, New York. Read more

Blueberry pie with Pi symbol.Happy Pi Day!

Circles make up so much of our daily lives — where would we be without them? Read more

A closeup view of today's version of Candy Land.Candy Land's Sweet Story

The board game was first designed in San Diego to send children on sweet adventures while confined to polio wards. Read more

A showing of "The Ten Commandments," at a drive-in movie theater in 1958.Drive-in Movies See a Resurgence

As social distancing forced many nonessential businesses to close, a once-popular pastime has seen a resurgence: drive-in movies. Read more

ChipThe World's First Microprocessor

The microprocessor is a necessary component of the computers and phones that we use every day. Read more

NASA astronaut Jessica WatkinsThe First Black Woman to Spend 6 Months in Space

This April, 33-year-old Jessica Watkins will make history. Read more