At the beginning of 2019, we could have guessed that our most popular articles would feature a little bit of history, literature and art. But you also surprised us with your interest in Gen Con, movie theme songs, and candy! Here’s our list of the ten most popular articles we published in 2019. Enjoy!
We’re warning you now: after reading this, you’ll be humming these theme songs all day.
Making too much of those who achieve success early — whether measured by college admission, a glamour job, money, or fame — can make it seem that the rest of us are destined to be also-rans for the rest of our lives.
Many imagine the border between the U.S. and Mexico to be a consistent, stable entity, but history shows that this line – and the many debates that surround it – is prone to revision.
For over twenty years a silent killer stalked the White House. Was this killer responsible for the death of three presidents?
Fake news and smoking guns made the Kansas town a symbol of frontier lawlessness.
Like a dirty trick, these treats disappeared.
Gen Con brings gamers, cosplayers, and other fandoms together. And we should follow their example.
It took a tenacious, bold, independent writer to invent the fictional teen sleuth.
As the country struggles with a terrible opioid crisis, we remember a similar epidemic that raged through the U.S. in the 1800s.
David Apatoff takes a closer look at the details that make Norman Rockwell a true artist. He starts with Rockwell’s use of hands.
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