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Guy Notices Something Odd On Top Of Ancient Greek Temple In 1858 Photo, Makes Fascinating Discovery

Being a history researcher means endless hours of poring over books, paintings, photos and manuscripts, looking for clues from the past to create an …

Sri Lanka

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Comes to BroadwayHD

Arriving just in time for the 120th birthday of the legendary George Gershwin, BroadwayHD will debut the dazzling hit musical <i>An American in Paris</i>, …

Tony Awards

15 Phenomenal Historical Fiction Books That Bring Your Favorite Era to Life

Historical fiction books are like doors that give us a glimpse into the past. Aside from attracting history buffs hungry for adventure and …

Time Travel

Captain Cook's missing HMS Endeavour 'discovered' off US coast

Archaeologists claim to have discovered the HMS Endeavour off the coast of the United States in what would be a major historical breakthrough.<p>Experts at the Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (Rimap) say they have tracked down the resting place of Captain Cook's doomed vessel. The ship set …

Rhode Island

15 podcasts guaranteed to tell you a fantastic story

What's the magic ingredient of a really great podcast, the thing that makes people tune in time after time? It's simple in theory: Have a really good …

Los Angeles

Twitter brings back purely chronological timeline — your turn, Facebook and Instagram

Twitter's latest feature tweak offers a return to what many consider better days: the era of the chronological timeline (or, to be precise, the …

Social Media

Netflix finally tied with HBO for total wins at the 2018 Emmys

Spending money on content works<p>For a yearly awards ceremony, the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards were exciting in all the wrong ways. By the end of the first hour, the source of its drama had switched from wondering what the academy might have done right to predicting what would go wrong next. (In a …

Technology

How ballerinas customize their pointe shoes

Olivia Boisson is a corps de ballet member with New York City Ballet. Boisson has been with NYC Ballet for seven years. As a corps member, Boisson dances 10-12 hours a day, six days a week. She took a break from her busy schedule to show us how she customizes her pointe shoes for performances. …

Performing Arts

A Very Good Doggo Just Found Incredible Bronze Age Treasure in Czechia

Most dogs just find pee.<p>A once-in-a-lifetime discovery in Czechia was made by an unusual sort of archaeologist. A dog named Monty, on a walk with his …

Bronze Age

The disconnect between Baby Boomers and Millennials when it comes to work ethic

Baby Boomers sometimes believe Millennials are entitled and lazy, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.<p>Millennials have entered a professional …

Millennials

How to Choose a Song for Your Next Musical Theater Audition

When it comes to picking songs for musical theater auditions, actors tend to lean towards personal favorites that they know they can sing well. Watch …

Musical Theatre

13 Must-Haves For People Who Live Alone

Living alone certainly has its benefits. There's no one around to mess up your clean space — or clean up your messy space. You get sole control of …

William Shakespeare: father's legal skirmishes shed light on bard's early years

John Shakespeare fell victim to a perfectly legal kind of persecution. William grew to adulthood in a household that had been 'downranked'<p>Long-forgotten documents revealing how William Shakespeare’s entrepreneur father John was victimised by informers who wanted to extract money from him have been …

William Shakespeare

The underwater art of ‘wet unboxing’: why it’s so mesmerising, unsettling and weirdly emotional

In a glass tank filled with fresh water, the Glasgow-trained, London-based artist Alex Frost slowly opens consumer products, to strangely beautiful effect. A carton of New Covent Garden soup, for example, produces a glorious and lumpy vision of carnage as the contents slowly and decorously spill …

13 Creepy Books To Try If You’ve Never Read Horror Before

Reading new genres is an excellent thing. I've gone on record before as an avid proponent of getting outside of your reading comfort zone. I truly …

Horror

21 reasons to keep living when you feel suicidal

Dese’Rae L. Stage keeps a list of things that make her happy. It includes going to the movies alone, walking around with a giant cup of coffee, and …

Social Change

New My Hero One’s Justice Screenshots Unveil Izuku Midoriya Shoot Style

Last month, Bandai Namco announced Izuka Midoriya Shoot Style for <i>My Hero One's Justice</i> will not only be featured in the game's roster, but will be …

Namco

India decriminalized gay sex. LGBTQ activists say the next step is changing society’s ‘mindset.’

When homosexuality was first decriminalized in India in 2009, Namrata Mukherjee didn’t understand the full ramifications of the Delhi High Court’s …

LGBTQI

Physician Solves Mystery of Mona Lisa's Smile While Waiting in Louvre Line

"I don’t know how to appreciate art. But I sure do know how to make a clinical diagnosis."<p>The “Mona Lisa” has her own room in the Louvre, where she …

Mona Lisa

Analysis: Atlanta commuters spend 484 days of their lifetime in traffic

The new study’s biggest surprise, however, is that Atlantans have merely the 26th worst commutes among U.S. cities<p>Talk to anyone driving in town for work, and spending time stuck in traffic eventually will come up. After all, it’s no secret Atlanta traffic is a nightmare.<p>That conversation generally …

Commuting

The Fallout 4 Lost Vault mod adds a dungeon full of secrets

Located among the stormy radioactive wastes of the Glowing Sea, Vault 117 was once teeming with life, but now lies rotting, irradiated and empty. …

Fallout 4

How we showed Homer's Odyssey is not pure fiction, with a little help from Facebook

When you look at networks of people, whether it’s architects or table tennis players or a regular bunch of Facebook friends, they will have certain …

‘The End of A Perfect Day’: Athens artist marries photography and tailgating culture

From Milledge Avenue to art gallery walls, an Athens artist is navigating the tradition of the University of Georgia’s football tailgates through …

Art

Our First Round of Dragon Con 2018 Cosplay Photos!

ComingSoon.net is attending this year’s Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia and we’ve got our first Dragon Con 2018 cosplay photo gallery from the …

Dragon Con

New Evidence Of Intermittent Fasting Health Benefits: Eating In ’10-Hour Window’ Can Prevent Obesity, Disease

A new Salk Institute study shows that eating only within a 10-hour window of time each day can help prevent obesity and other metabolic disorders.<p>A …

Holistic Medicine

18 Twitter Truth Bombs That'll Make You Say "YEP!"

Twitter is the modern

Social Media

Wil Wheaton on quitting social media: "I don’t deserve to be treated so terribly" 

Earlier this month, Wil Wheaton decided to take part in a little protest called #DeactiDay. The plan was for a bunch of people to delete their …

Social Media

Cat-printed face towels exist, and washing your makeup will feel less like a chore

Washing your face is arguably one of the most important skin care steps in your routine, and yet, it’s the most tedious. We’ll take anything that …

Cute

9 Old Wives’ Tales About Attracting More Love Into Your Life That Actually Work

If you're looking to casually date — or even find true love — you might be tempted to go the modern route and sign up for dating apps. And that's …

Relationships

Archaeologists Unearthed A Lost City In Rural Kansas Field

The lost city of Etzanoa is believed to have been discovered, as well as the battle ground of an ambush.<p>Donald Blakeslee, an anthropologist and …

Archaeology