At first glance, the shoe shown above resembles that of a men’s dress shoe thanks to the leather upper and slightly raised heel. In reality, the footwear is considered to be the oldest known example of a running shoe.
By Hunter Oatman-Stanford From the neon tubes of theater marquees to your desk lamp at work, from the million-watt glare of sports stadiums to the nightlight faintly glowing in your child’s bedroom, it’s impossible to imagine the modern world...
By Lisa Hix When Caitlyn Jenner made her debut on the July 2015 cover of “Vanity Fair” in full old-Hollywood glamour mode, her highly styled appearance triggered discussion and debate: After all, not every woman has the money or even wants to...
Although this Queen Anne-style building may look like a typical English farmhouse on the exterior, it hides an incredible secret inside: a home left frozen in time since the 1940s. Located in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire, the interior of the Grange Farm has remained unchanged for nearly 80 years, when the recently deceased owners inherited the property from their parents. Siblings Jack and Audrey Newton, both unmarried and without children, lived in the house together for nearly a century, bu
Letter box at the St. Regis Hotel. Image via Art Deco Mailboxes The book Art Deco Mailboxes by Karen Greene and Lynne Lavelle is a wonderful survey of the iconic mailboxes installed in American buildings in early 20th cenetury.
If there has ever been a car that looks exactly like what its name implies, then the Stout Scarab is it. It is the result of trying to completely rethink the car in order to maximize interior space and aerodynamic properties in the mid 1930s.
Saturday is Independence Day here in the States, and you know what that means: Americans doing wacky things while other Americans take pictures. Join me for a stroll through some delightfully offbeat shots of the past.
By Hunter Oatman-Stanford Maybe your dad used a Pyrex measuring cup whenever he made pancakes, or your roommate always baked her famous lasagna in a rectangular Pyrex pan, or your grandmother had a set of the brightly colored Pyrex mixing bowls on...
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