Witness the places where some of the most shocking and terrible crimes of the 20th century occurred. Most don't look that different.
Historian interview: Dr. Ryan Fischer, author of “Cattle Colonialism,” on the New Books Network podcast.
I got to interview environmental history author John Ryan Fischer about his book "Cattle Colonialism" in a new podcast on the New Books Network.
This amazing modern colorization of a 1903 photo highlights the brilliance of America's 100-year commitment to publicly-owned national parks.
What's doing in San Francisco in 1915? We could go to a World's Fair or listen to scratchy records on a very expensive Victrola.
Should we eat oysters, see Alan Arkin play an alien, or stay in and guess about who shot J.R.? Welcome to 1980!
Bad Star Trek, a $5.00 Italian dinner, topless waitresses, one of the Righteous Brothers and a Newde Girl in a Fishbowl await us as we go on the town in San Francisco in 1968.
Welcome to an evening of 40-cent drinks, female impersonators and juvenile delinquent movies. And you thought the 1950s were boring!
Want to go on a date in the Bay City in 1937? Would you rather see Leslie Howard, Hawaiian dancing girls or a realistic donkey marionette?
Not quite "Xanadu," but definitely the model for it.
Two guys vanished from an out-of-control blimp drifting over California. What happened?