Hot Pants Were The Sexiest Clothing of the 1960s and 1970s

Hot pants, or ‘short shorts’ describe extremely short shorts, which may be worn by women or to a lesser extent, by men. The term was first used by Women’s Wear Daily in 1970 to describe shorts made in luxury fabrics such as velvet and satin for fashionable wear, rather than their more practical equivalents that had been […]

Weight Loss Milk Retreat: How Women Attempted to Lose Their Weight at a 1930s Dairy Farm

In recent years, rich dairy foods haven’t exactly had a reputation as fad-diet favorites. That may be changing, and it wouldn’t be the first time that foods like butter appealed to those hoping to get healthy. In fact, dairy was so central to a women’s weight loss retreat in the 1930s that the camp was […]

The World’s 10 Biggest Conspiracy Theories of All Time

Hitler once said “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.” The world has been always riddled with lies, misinformation, and fraud. Consequently, people became skeptical and always doubt that telling the truth is rather a scam. Conspiracy Theory can be defined as giving a new angle […]


THE AMERICAN INVASION OF 1914 THROUGH THE CAMERA OF PONCIANO FLORES PÉREZ Mexican photographers began recording views of the US fleet, the “Yankee squadron in Veracruz” at the port since April 21. This action takes place in a context of civil war between the government of General Victoriano Huerta and the revolutionary armies, led by Venustiano Carranza, […]

Everything ’80s Is New Again —The Most Famous Looks of the Decade

When it comes to ’80s fashion, we have a (surprising) amount to be thankful for. While the decade hasn’t influenced our wardrobes for a long time, in recent months, we’ve come to the realization that all the most current trends today are courtesy of the ’80s. And if you’re sitting there with a raised eyebrow, […]

12 Stunning Black and White Photos of Cemeteries

These 12 stunning black and white photos of cemeteries were taken by American photographer Thomas Alleman. Thomas Alleman was born and raised in Detroit, where his father was a traveling salesman and his mother was a ceramic artist. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in English Literature. During a fifteen-year newspaper career, […]