He gave the world some wonderful music, much of which he himself never heard personally. Here are some fun and interesting facts about Ludwig van Beethoven.
Some fun and interesting facts about Charles Dickens, one of the world's most widely-read novelists, born 200 years ago.
Some fun and interesting facts about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, that fellow with the potty mouth.
A few fun and interesting facts about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, one of America's most glamorous First Ladies.
Until Queen Elizabeth II surpassed her in 2015, she was the longest-reigning woman in history. Here are some fun and interesting facts about Queen Victoria.
Some fun, little-known, and interesting facts about Sigmund Freud, the man whose name has become almost synonymous with psychiatry.
Whether she spells her first name with three A's or with two, Barbra Streisand, who turned 70 in 2012, is a legend by any stretch of the imagination. Here are some fun and interesting facts about Babs that you probably didn't know.
A survey of some fun and interesting facts about Benjamin Franklin, America's most avuncular polymath.
Some fun and interesting facts about Karl Marx, a fellow often depicted as dull and humorless, which may or may not have anything to do with the fact that he was often broke.
Some fun and interesting facts about America's 40th President, conservative icon Ronald Reagan.
Some interesting and unusual facts about Mrs. Nicky Hilton, Mrs. Michael Wilding, Mrs. Michael Todd, Mrs. Eddie Fisher, Mrs. Richard Burton, Mrs. John Warner and Mrs. Larry Fortensky. Oh, yes. And Elizabeth Taylor.
Some interesting facts about Moe, Larry, and Curly. Or is it Moe, Larry, and Shemp? Or Moe, Larry, and Curly Joe? Or ...
A profile of four Presidents of the United States who chose not to run for reelection (and one who chose to) and what happened to them afterward.
Ten all-but-forgotten television game shows of the 1960's.