As we get ready to celebrate the 135th official (and legal) instance of Presidents day, we'd like to offer up an honest thanks to the founder of the feast, our very first President, George Washington.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we take a look back at the inspiring legacy of Anne Frank.
Watch two short videos to learn about Martin Luther King Jr.'s early years as a pastor in Montgomery and the violence he faced for his activism.
Vincent Van Gogh's "Sunset at Montmajour" may not command as much attention as "Starry Night," but that could soon change. The new painting was recently discovered more than 120 years after his death.
When Stella McCartney was born, her dad had just become 'Paul McCartney and Wings' (but not those of a Beatle). As the distinguished fashion designer turns 42 this week, she and her famous father are enjoying the same level of fame.
Ingrid Bergman calls to mind a black-and-white screened Hollywood. And as we celebrate her birthday and mourn her loss, both of which occurred on August 29th, we've decided to look back at her earliest years on film.
For many Newmar is best known as Catwoman, the feline femme fatale in the 1960s TV series 'Batman.' And while she may be famous for the portrayal, there's much more to her beyond the leather jumpsuit and mask.
He was the host of six game shows before he was hired by Merv Griffin to host what would become one of the most popular trivia shows in television history.