As many of us rush to get ready in the morning, we usually don’t give our mascara or blush a second thought. However, makeup has been around for at least 6,000 years and has played a role in nearly every society. Check out where makeup started, and how it got to where it is today.
For years, women’s participation in the United States workforce was greatly limited. However, throughout the country’s history, women have made great strides toward equality in the workforce.
From James Bond’s Aston Martin to Tony Stark’s Audi, these are the most iconic cars in cinematic cars ever committed to to the big screen.
We got such a positive response on our history of the bra piece that we decided to follow it up with a history of the thong. After checking out both pieces you will have collected your two-piece and can advance to go!
As we did before with our post on tornadoes, we continue to take a look at the environmental risks to your and your family and home. Today we turn our attention to hurricanes in America, their frequency, severity, and even how they are formed and spread.
Credit card rates used to closely track the prime rate, but they don’t anymore. Card issuers, for a variety of reasons, hang on to more of the spread between the rate they pay for funds and the rates they charge. It’s one of the many ways card issuers have raised costs for consumers in the […]
In light of Ben Affleck’s recent movie release, The Town, which focuses on bank robbers in Boston, we’ve decided to take a look at some of the most dangerous areas in America, through the lens of some of the most famous bank robberies in the country’s history.
The environmental risks to your family and your home vary based on your geographical location. And a healthy assessment of these risks goes a long way in determining what precautions you should be taking and what kind of homeowners insurance you need. To help you with that process, here’s a look at a history of […]
Here’s a look at the 100-year history of the bra. This isn’t just a history lesson. Make sure you know what you’re doing before you make your move or you may just fumble yourself out the door.
Americans spend approximately $150 billion annually on fast food. Doesn’t it make sense for us to take a little trip down memory lane and trace the history of what has become such an integral part of unhealthy lifestyles and our economy in general?