Seven hundred years ago, carrots were purple and no one knew what color a fox was.
This is the Chinese government’s least favorite Peruvian ungulate.
Our one and only New Year’s song is written in a language you may have never heard of.
Sequoyah didn’t know how to read; he still taught the Cherokee to write.
We don’t have anything better to do; let’s get deep into “Wednesday”.
How the history of our newest linguistic asset led to a serious discussion of fecal emotionality.
How one forgotten letter (barely) changed the English language forever.