Modern armies may have drones and heat-seeking missiles at their disposal, but the true shock and awe masters were dead long before America even existed.
So much of what we know about Juggalos–their craziness, their culture, their costumes, etc–is not based on our interactions with them but our stereotypes. And while those stereotypes may and often do…
The Internet has become a cultural mainstay bordering on absolute necessity for billions of people. But how much do we actually know about its history? Munich, Germany-based graphic designer Melih Bilgil gives us the basics in this fascinating animated documentary.
Book sales are booming, but the classic book (you know, the one with physical pages made out of paper) is quickly becoming an object of nostalgia. If you’ve ever wanted to know just how they’re made, you don’t have to wait any longer.
The Czech capital and Bohemian cultural hub is beautiful every day of the year, but especially so during the winter holidays. That’s not to say that Prague and, more broadly, the Czech Republic are very religious, though. The country has a deeply Christian history (and some troubling incidents of anti-semitism), but religiosity has been on the decline since the second half of the 20th century. Today, only 13.9% of those from the Czech Republic consider themselves to be religious, with Catholics comprising the majority of believers.