For decades, the artist’s Saturday Evening Post covers championed a retrograde view of America. This is the story of the politically turbulent 1960s, a singular painting, and Rockwell’s unlikely change of heart.
Archive for February, 2020
The retail giant wants to grab a share of the $3.6 trillion in health spending by leveraging its 150 million weekly shoppers.
Historical treasures - and evidence of a beer-fuelled party - are uncovered in the Commons restoration.
Most cases are not life-threatening, which is also what makes the virus a historic challenge to contain.
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The Astor Place Opera House Riot of 1849 combined two of 19th-century America’s favorite pastimes: going to the theater and rioting.
In the early days of Facebook, Zuck kept his plans for world domination in handwritten journals. He destroyed them. But a few revealing pages survived.
Writing on all things product by John Cutler (@johncutlefish).
When Californiaâs housing crisis slammed into a wealthy suburb, one public servant became a convert to a radically simple doctrine.
The Mexican government spent billions trying to provide affordable housing to its citizens. This is the result.
The drive-to version of a walkable main street, surrounded by parking lots, is like a Western movie set made of fake building facades: all hat and no cattle.
The Five-Year-Old Who Was Detained at the Border and Persuaded to Sign Away Her Rights | The New Yorker
Sarah Stillman writes about Helen, a five-year-old from Honduras, whom officials assisted in filling out a form withdrawing her right to a Flores bond hearing, which would allow a judge to review her custody determination.
He will also help launch a new 5 p.m. newscast starting in 2020.
Meanwhile, in the 1990s, tensions surfaced between real estate developers and residents desiring to maintain the community's natural beauty. After the village blocked developer Roger J. Weiss from building houses on 21.7 acres along the Chagrin River owned by resident Karen Harmon, protracted legal battles culminated in the village seizing the property by eminent domain. In an agreement reached in July of 1998, the village agreed to pay $850,000 for the land, a sum significantly lower than the $1.4 million value set by the developer's own appraiser.
How do people who didn't go to school or do curriculum-based homeschooling as children and teenagers fare in adult life?
https://youtu.be/yjacqc… In memory of Monty Python co-founder Terry Jones, who died this week, please enjoy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail in LEGO." Created in 2002 by Spite Your Face Productions for the DVD release of "Monty Python and The Holy Grail," Terry Gilliam reportedly described the LEGO short as "definitely the best version of…
I am primarily a black and white architectural still photographer, but while documenting post-earthquake repairs at Washington National Cathedral I was impressed…
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Two decades ago, at the peak of the dot-com boom, one internet impresario had all the city’s startup world in his sweaty grip.