On June 1, 1937, Amelia Earhart lifted off from an airfield in Hialeah, bound on the ambitious round-the-world flight from which she would never return. Scholars and enthusiasts have spent the past seven decades arguing about what happened to the aviation pioneer, and this week one prominent Earhart ... More >>
Hugo Chávez could have had his odalisque if it weren't for those damn Nazis. In a rare interview, FBI agents say that they delayed the return of a stolen $4 million Henri Matisse painting to Venezuela because of concerns that the painting had originally been looted by Nazis during World War II. I ... More >>
via FacebookBack in 1937 aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart made an un-publicized flight from Oakland, California to Miami, Fl. Once safely landed in Miami, Earhart announced that she'd once again attempt to circumnavigate the globe after technical problems stymied an earlier attempt that ... More >>
Joyce N. Boghosian Go ahead, make my day Blaise Compaore, President of Burkina Faso Michelle Obama has a ridiculously difficult job. She has to raise a family and schmooze with googly-eyed dignitaries, all the while still having to share her shortbread cookie recipes with Good Housek ... More >>
A lecture for the plant-lover in you
Can you believe it is still Presidents' Day? Can you believe nothing else exciting is happening today? Can you believe this is probably the 30th post you've see about this list (but look -- we have a joke)? C-SPAN put out its historical rankings of every American president who served before 2008. G ... More >>
A Lowe art exhibit traces a journey from the Mayans to Zapata and beyond.
To see all the arts of Mexico, just head to the Gables.
No matter the runtime and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore.
Reliving the glory of America's giant leap for mankind
The Lowe unveils millennia's worth of Chinese ceramic art
Casa Bacardi presents illustrations of history
Florida Stage's The Good German skips the moral complexities
Picasso loved making prints, and here's a chance to see the best
What happens if you're not good or evil, but somewhere in between?
Lichtenstein knew the art was in the reproduction and representation
Donald Miller has (re)written one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
Or, The Life of the Underappreciated Man Who Brought Us Life and Liberty
At the Gates, a gripping showdown is bungled by a love triangle
The Antique, Classic, and Warbird Invitational Fly-In
Twilight at Monticello: An Evening with Thomas Jefferson