The act making Labor Day a federal holiday spared few words when it was signed into law on June 28, 1894. Above the scripted signatures of President Grover Cleveland, the speaker of the House and the president,
Today, traditional Japanese motifs, designs, and stylistic sensibilities remain popular sources of inspiration behind many contemporary tattoos. Often, many ink artists opt to combine the old with the
At night when things were quiet in the “jaw ward,” the wounded doughboys would take out their small trench mirrors and survey the damage to their faces. Noses had been shot off in the fighting at Saint-Mihiel.
Four hundred years after her death, misperceptions of the Native American icon continue to shape the cultural image of indigenous peoples—though that’s starting to change. On March 21, 1617, a 21-year-old
Once dismissed as fake, Maya calendar is Americas’ oldest manuscript say Brown University scientists
Josué Sáenz did not know where the plane had taken him. It was the mid-1960s, and he was landing at a remote airstrip tucked between the rugged peaks of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas and Tortuguero, Mexico
The Republic is in danger. Populist leaders — including one of the country's richest men — are stirring up resentment among the masses against the intellectual elites in the Senate. The economy is unstable.
Explore the Early Days of the Ramones and The Rolling Stones in Two New Blockbuster Exhibitions - Vogue
The weather in New York this week has been as tempestuous and shocking to the system as a good punk rock anthem, so it’s fitting that today the Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows Corona Park opens “Hey!