This week back in 1890, one of the most famous journalists of the century returned from one of the most famous journeys of the century.
A History Lesson With Booze
This week back in 1968, one of the greatest albums ever was recorded before a pretty unusual audience.
Learn how the daughter of poet Lord Byron became a groundbreaking mathematician… and changed computers forever. Then celebrate her with a tangy twist on a Tom Collins.
A little over 30 years ago this week, Philadelphia 76er Darryl Dawkins made a historic dunk against the Kansas City Kings that shattered expectations... and basketball backboards.
Guest historian Sarah Vowell shares a tale adapted from her new book, "Lafayette in the Somewhat United States," about one of the proudest playwrights (and worst spies) of all time. Soak it in...along with a bubbly cocktail inspired by his escapades.
Just in time for a rambunctious Halloween weekend, find out about the night so rowdy, it changed the way we describe rowdy nights. Then wash it down with a strong cocktail that'll paint your tongue red.
This week back in 1949, a man was born who helped revolutionize space exploration, the military... and squirt guns. Learn about inventor Lonnie Johnson, then blast away your cares with a custom drink that packs a punch.
Around this time back in 1752, everyone in America lost 11 days of their lives. Learn about the time-warp and wash it down with an orange-infused take on a Dark 'N' Stormy.
This week back in 1879, a young F.W. Woolworth opened the first five-and-dime store. Learn about how he turned small change into a massive empire, then drink down a cocktail direct from the source.
Around this time back in 1927 the Georgia Institute of Technology enrolled its most famous student. Learn about the adventurous life of George P. Burdell, then wash down the tall tale with a very real cocktail.