Arts & Leisure

5 Fun Ways to Get Children Interested in the Topic of History

There are very few subjects as fascinating as human history. That’s why I find it disappointing if children don’t take an interest in this most time-honored of subjects. We already know that unlocking a child’s excitement simply requires the right key. As a parent, I’ve found these five techniques to

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Guy Raises Funds to Build Statue For the First and Only Cat in Space

Have you ever heard of Félicette the cat? Well, not many people have – which is a shame, considering that she was the first and only cat to ever go to space. One man, however, is on a mission to remind the world of the feline’s contribution to science. Matthew

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Tribute to the Russian Who Once Single-handedly Averted a Global Nuclear War (1939–2017)

The Soviet military officer Stanislav Petrov who single-handedly averted a worldwide nuclear war when he chose to believe his intuition instead of the computer screen, has died at age 77. His country, the Soviet Union, was already on high alert in 1983, expecting retaliation for its downing of the Korean

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Upscale Fashion Company is Paying to Maintain Rome’s Colosseum

While it may be the job of the Italian government to preserve the 2,000-year-old monuments of Rome, the dazzling city simply has too many landmarks to properly maintain on a budget. Which is why businesses are now stepping up to ensure the conservation of the city’s beloved history. Tod’s, an

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Boy Trips, Falls and Discovers Rare Million-Year-old Fossil

This 10-year-old boy is being credited with the discovery of a rare fossil buried deep in the New Mexican desert. Jude Sparks and his family were exploring the Las Cruces desert back in November when he tripped on a protruding substance that was jutting out from the rock. When Sparks fell

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