Ralph Lauren, Bronx native, makes grand return to NY Fashion Week with extravagant showcase in Brooklyn

Renowned designer Ralph Lauren, despite being born in the bustling borough of the Bronx, recently [...]

US honors centuries-old Hispanic tradition with piñata to postage stamp celebration

The U.S. Postal Service recently unveiled its latest collection of special edition postage stamps, which [...]

Students revamp their dull dorm rooms into cozy living spaces

In a trend that seems to be gaining momentum, students across the nation are sparing [...]

Decay of South Africa’s ‘City of Gold’ Evident in a Building Marred by Fire and Death

In the aftermath of the devastating fire and smoke that engulfed a dilapidated apartment block [...]

Removing English ivy is a challenging task due to its invasive nature and widespread presence, causing harm to trees and plants

English ivy (Hedera helix), a robust and substantial vine characterized by its alluring dark-green, waxy [...]

Advocates urge Congress for nationwide policy as school meals become free for students in 8 states

In a groundbreaking move that seeks to alleviate the burden of food insecurity among students, [...]

60th Anniversary of March on Washington Marked by Thousands Converging on National Mall

On the auspicious occasion of the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s March [...]

Reducing the risks of fire in gardens: understanding the flammability of different plant species

The recent devastating wildfires that occurred in Hawaii this month were, in part, exacerbated by [...]

Stone carvers continue to chisel on despite the disappearance of quarries in a village engulfed by Mexico City

Located in Xochiaca, Mexico, the cemetery of ancient Xochiaca serves as a testament to the [...]

Unlocking Countless Memories: The Need to Digitize Millions of Old Analog Photos in Storage

At first glance, one might perceive this as a melancholic tale, commencing with a young [...]