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What’s New Looks Like Old Again In His Heirloom Windows In 1993, Bill and Lois Hepburn moved with their three (one day to be five) children into the 1890s Victorian farmhouse where Lois grew up in Crawfordsville, Indiana, with historically accurate restoration in mind. One of the most pressing updates was the original, 100-year-old windows– […]
Hiromi Hasai was being trained to make machine gun bullets when the flash from the atomic bomb that destroyed his city lit up the already bright morning sky.
The unintended consequence of the Supreme Court’s action in the recognizing legitimacy of marriage for all who live in man and woman kind may be that it does far more than recognize the union of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders. It may in time release as well all who have thought themselves free but in […]
Carol Burnett – comedic trailblazer, actor, singer, dancer, producer and author – has been named the 52nd recipient of SAG-AFTRA’s highest tribute: the SAG Life Achievement Award for career achievement and humanitarian accomplishment.
When Sandy Bem found out she had Alzheimer’s, she resolved that before the disease stole her mind, she would kill herself. The question was, when?
Titled Chez Marianne, this watercolor by Robbin Ahrold of a café in the Marias district of Paris was made while he was “exploring a side of me I had never explored before. The experience (the journey) is every bit as rewarding as the product (the destination).” It was not only a treat for the eyes […]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Sound of Music, which first captivated audiences in 1965. Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer reflect on the making of the classic, their decades-long friendship, as well as the mountains they’ve climbed since then.
More than 50 years since recording his first record, Bob Dylan has put his sculptures on display for the first time. Until now, just a handful of celebrities seem to have known they existed.