Che Guevara’s Final Chapter

The life and death of Ernesto “Che” Guevara, the Marxist revolutionary, remains a poignant chapter in 20th-century history. Guevara, known for his significant role in the Cuban Revolution, met a fatal end on October 9, 1967, executed by the Bolivian army. His journey from a medical student in Argentina to a key figure in the … Read more

A Young Inventor’s Frozen Treat

The Popsicle, a staple of summer treats, owes its existence to the creativity of an eleven-year-old boy, Frank Epperson. Back in 1905, in San Francisco, California, what started as a forgotten experiment on his porch led to a delightful discovery. Epperson had mixed powdered soda water with a stir stick, only to find it frozen … Read more