It's been a long time since I've done an Interiors post, and as you know that I love libraries I decided to return to that [...]
Here's a wonderful compendium of the great movies of the early 1960s, featured on the Slip/Stream Movies blog.
Kennedy's message of hope and challenge still resonates, while other more recent inaugurals are immediately forgotten.
Since 1961 the U.S. Air Force has had a plane ready to serve as the headquarters for fighting a nuclear war in case Washington gets wiped out. Isn't that comforting?
This bizarre and enigmatic film has been polarizing audiences for over 50 years. What does it mean?
In 1962, a think tank wanted to see if they could dig a big hole with a nuclear bomb. What could possibly go wrong?
This unusually chipper piece of concrete once stood in the center of Berlin. Molded in a hurry in August 1961, the Berlin Wall is probably [...]
Alan Shepard's brief flight into space on May 5, 1961 was just the opening of a long personal and national journey.
Today's date, January 24, was almost a day of tragedy in American history that would have ranked right up there, or even surpassed, December 7 [...]
On March 5, 1953, Joseph Jugashvili, also known as Stalin, died at Kuntsevo, a dacha outside Moscow, after a nearly 30-year reign that left millions [...]