The History of Ice Cream
Ice Cream, a literal translation of cream frozen at below room temperatures using ice as the primary medium, has taken various forms from its inception to the present aesthetic that we are all familiar with.
The Story of Sylvia Mendez
At the heart of Mendez v. Westminster was Sylvia Mendez of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent, born in 1936 in Santa Ana, California.
Economic Crisis: The Inflation in Bolivia in 1985
Ever imagined what would happen if the basic necessities for life, essential for sustenance, experienced an increase in prices per hour?
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