In 1856, John Frémont became the ﬁrst Republican candidate for president. His slogan: ‘Free Soil, Free Labor, Free Speech, Free Men, Frémont!’ Beginning in the 1840s, John C. Frémont became perhaps the
Michael Schur on the Good Place committee: There’s a reason they’re “dressed like hikers from Oregon”
We’re nearing the end of The Good Place (it’s hard for us to even admit that, we are bereft), so it should perhaps come as no surprise that its creator and steward, Michael Schur, is talking about it little
For years, researchers tried to prove that Christopher Columbus' encounters with "cannibal marauders" during his trip to the Caribbean in 1492 were just myths. A new study, however, suggests that Columbus'
Around 528 eight years ago, Christopher Columbus opened the door to the New World. Setting sail across the Atlantic in the Santa Maria, the Italian explorer eventually spotted landed after 10 choppy weeks
Make Ken, Brad, James, and Alex proud. Submitted for your approval, Jordan Peele as host & narrator of the reboot of this anthology series. In 2004 an NCAA award was established in the name of this center
“With AR, you can shift narratives in a much quicker way.” When Glenn Cantave was in first grade, his teacher asked the class to color in an illustration of Christopher Columbus’ three famous ships: the