Cultures and Traditions takes a look at how people interact with each other. This might be through sub-cultures, relationships, fads or religion and spirituality.
The History of Makeup Is Surprisingly Elitist
5 Reasons Why Danes Are Happier Than the Rest of Us
Dotard, Slumgullion, and Other Gloriously Archaic Insults
The Movement That Has Men Dropping Out of Society in a 'Sexodus'
5 Summertime Family Traditions
Humanity's Eclipse Superstitions Are Weird and Fascinating
For White Nationalists, Genetic Ancestry Tests Challenge Concepts of Identity and Purity
Nope, Boomers and Xers Don’t Work Harder Than Millennials
Ridiculous History: When the Puritans Said 'Bah Humbug' to Christmas in America
Korea's Haenyeo Female Freedivers Brave Freezing Waters and a Changing Culture
How Matchmakers Work
How Faith Healing Works
State Laws Still Allow Child Marriage in America
We Love What John Oliver Just Said About Science
Someone told me that if there are 20 people in a room, there's a 50/50 chance that two of them will have the same birthday. How can such a small group have two people with the same birthday in it?
What does "Old Lang Sign" mean? I always hear people singing it on New Year's Eve, but no one seems to know what it means!
When the clock struck midnight on December 31, 1999, Hawaii was one of the last places to celebrate the new year that year. Where was the first place to celebrate the new year that night? Find out in this article.
The Easter holiday seems to be on a different day each year. Have you ever wondered how they determine which day Easter will fall on each year? You can find the answer to that question here.
If you've ever been standing in your living room with a strand of Christmas lights that just won't work, you'll love this article. Learn what's going on so you can fix it yourself.
By Marshall Brain
When did the Valentine's Day frenzy begin? Was there really a saint named "Valentine"? Why the flowers and chocolate? Learn all about the origins and symbols of Valentine's Day.
A fascinating article that explains the techniques and science behind verbal self-defense!
By Suzette Haden Elgin
The Album Is Dead. Long Live the Album!
Scientists Seek Citizen Help to Map Nov. 5 King Tide Sea Levels
Organic Farms Could Help Fight Climate Change