Category: Infographic

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A 1-Day Guide To 12 National Parks

With 59 parks across 27 states, there are plenty of choices when it comes to choosing a US National Park to visit. But what if you are limited to just one day at a national park? What are the can’t-miss locales of the National Park Service? Check out this video…

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A Graphical History Of The American Flag

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed the Flag Resolution, stating: “Resolved, That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson officially…

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A Timeline Of Female US Presidential Candidates

With wins in California and New Jersey primaries yesterday, Hillary Clinton is the presumptive nominee for the Democratic Party, but she isn’t the first woman to run for president. Since 1872, when Victoria Woodhull of the Equal Rights Party ran for president, women have been making their presence known in…

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D-Day By The Numbers [Infographic]

72 years ago today, 156,000 Allied troops took part in Operation Overlord, the largest amphibious invasion in history. And that was just the beginning of the operation that freed northwestern Europe from Nazi control, leading to the Allied victory on the Western Front. Find out just how vast this incredible…

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10 Essential Camping Infographics

Are you still trying to figure out what to do for summer vacation this year? Maybe you should consider camping. After all, what could be better than getting some fresh air, sleeping under the stars, sharing s’mores with friendly woodland creatures and doing your business in plain view of your…

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The Changing Language Of Politics [Infographic]

Whiny eggheads often complain that politicians have been dumbing down their rhetoric, fearing that we’re doomed to some sort of Idiocracy scenario, but they’re probably being unjustly nostalgic, right? Were past politicians really speaking another language? As it turns out, it all depends on which party you are looking at.…

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14 Essential Seafood And Wine Pairings

Even if you know nothing about wine, everybody knows the general rule of “red wine with meat, white wine with fish,” right? But then you go to pick up a bottle and realize there’s a hell of a lot more to wine than just “red” and “white.” And then there’s…

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How To Cook Every Pork Cut [Infographic]

We have shared plenty of infographics in the past detailing everything you need to know about beef, but what do you know about about the meat of that other delicious even-toed ungulate, the pig? If you’re knowledge of cuts of pork is limited to bacon, loin chops and ham, you…

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Know Thy Whisk(e)y [Infographic]

Whiskey, whisky, scotch, bourbon, rye — what the hell is the difference? Some will tell you bourbon is sweet, rye is spicy and scotch is peaty — and those are sometimes true statements — but why is that? Although to the uninitiated it might seem like it’s all just a…

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