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A Great Cereal Rivalry: Listen to ‘The Food That Built America'

‘The Food That Built America,’ a new podcast from OZY and the History Channel, tells the extraordinary true stories behind some of your favorite foods and brands.

The Strange Origin of Corn Flakes: Listen to ‘The Food That Built America'

‘The Food That Built America,’ a new podcast from OZY and the History Channel, tells the extraordinary true stories behind some of your favorite foods and brands.

This Brazilian Dexter Loves Killing Killers

Killer Petey, a Brazilian serial killer of killers, views himself as an avenger.

Jamaica’s Christmas Slave Uprising

The brutal outcome of this rebellion hastened the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.

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Listen to ‘The Food That Built America,’ a New Podcast From OZY and the History Channel

‘The Food That Built America,’ a new podcast from OZY and the History Channel, tells the extraordinary true stories behind some of your favorite foods and brands.

Would You Write Your Last Will and Testament on a Napkin?

A will doesn’t have to be on paper to count as vallid.

How Ancient Athens Convinced Its Wealthiest to Love Paying Taxes

The 1 percent of ancient Athens paid nearly all the city's taxes — and often bragged about it.

Authenticity Versus Longevity for Preservation: Which Matters More?

As the past is wiped away, experts must choose between authenticity and longevity.

The Forgotten Century of Black U.S. History

A lot of work got done between 1865 and 1965, and it involved plenty of bloodshed.

No Dirty Dancing: India’s Classical Dancers Break Caste Taboos

For generations, classical dance has been dominated by upper caste, male narratives.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The Woman Who Survived Two Years Alone in the Arctic

Think a solitary lockdown is bad? It could be worse.

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