Entertainment & Art

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Tarantino’s new DiCaprio and Pitt film has ‘the best screenplay I’ve read in 30+ years,’ claims studio chief
19:06 2018-04-24

Anticipation couldn’t really be higher for Quentin Tarantino’s (possibly penultimate) new film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which only gets more exciting the more we learn about it. Set against the counterculture explosion in LA in 1969, the film will star Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt (acting together for the first time), reportedly as …

An Artist Draws Warm Family Illustrations Showing What True Happiness Is
05:30 2018-04-23

There is some art that shows its creator’s soul. One of these artists is the talented Soosh. Over 200,000 people follow her on Instagram. And we understand why: Soosh draws some invisible but incredibly important things like love, support, and coziness. We gathered the best of Soosh’s illustrations about her family. We’re sure you’ll want …

9 Situations When Archaeologists Couldn’t Explain Their Discoveries
06:28 2018-04-22

Lots of ancient mysteries can never be solved due to many different reasons: the loss of evidence and data, the destruction of archaeological monuments, and so on. But National Geographic archaeologist Fredrik Hiebert thinks that we’re about to make even more wonderful discoveries that can reveal some secrets from the past. We gathered 9 mysterious …

88,000-Year-Old Finger Bone Pushes Back Human Migration Dates
10:06 2018-04-11

The find, from a prehistoric lake site in Saudi Arabia, challenges the idea that modern humans did not leave Africa until 60,000 years ago. More than 85,000 years ago, the Arabian peninsula looked very different from the vast, sandy expanse people see today. The region was a lush grassland, seasonally greening with every rainy period, …

How women ruled ancient Peru: Historian argues fearsome female leaders wielded as much power and political influence as their male counterparts
19:06 2018-04-05

Ancient Peru was dominated by fearsome female monarchs who wielded as much power as their male counterparts for thousands of years. Research suggests women in pre-Columbian Peru played a vital role in tribal politics and were not ‘left out’ of governing decisions as some historians believe. Previous studies have suggested high-ranking women in ancient Peru …
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