As we are constantly being reminded by controversies both home and abroad (for example: outrage surrounding cartoon artists in Iran), art has the power to enrage as well as entertain and enlighten — and sometimes those two can be exactly the same thing. But the most controversial artworks can also sometimes become the most influential,
Watched any good movies lately? How about a romantic one — like The English Patient? How did you feel afterwards? Chances are you probably were feeling a bit more liberal — or left leaning — than you were beforehand. That's according to researchers at the University of Notre Dame, who found that watching sentimental movies makes people develop
Prefer white wine to red? You’re probably an alcoholic.
Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but the truth is if you prefer to relax with a bottle of white you’re likelier drinking more than your red wine-loving friends.
A new study from Iowa State University measured how much self-serving drinkers believe is an appropriate amount of alcohol
We’re dusting off our election-era Presidential Superlatives feature for a super-special edition in honor of the men who have led the United States in peace, war, and sex scandals. As it turns out, these blocks of carved granite have generated some of the most interesting stories that exist in American history. We count down four of our
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