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A Chorus Of Poets, Differently Caroling

Carol Muske-Dukes | Posted 12.20.2016 | Home
Carol Muske-Dukes

At a recent literary/gala reading in Los Angeles, I found myself cringing a bit as the renowned poet Rita Dove was introduced to the audience as a "n...

What If Your Favorite Movie Characters Sexted? | Posted 12.09.2016 | Comedy

Even fictitious characters have to get a little feisty with their text messages from time to time, right? We've all done it and we all know how our conversations go, but what about some of your all time favorite and most notable movie characters? How would their sexting go down? Probably a little like this.

Nic Cage Reveals If He Actually Stole The Declaration Of Independence

The Huffington Post | Bill Bradley | Posted 09.28.2015 | Entertainment

National treasure, and star of "National Treasure," Nic Cage is finally opening up his book of secrets. Cage's new movie, "Pay the Ghost," is now in t...

Ben Folds on Why He Saves Places

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 06.25.2016 | Entertainment
National Trust for Historic Preservation

After learning last summer that it was being sold to a developer, the singer, songwriter, and producer launched the Save Studio A Campaign.

Author Jamie Ford on the Real Place That Inspired Bestseller 'Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet'

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 05.28.2016 | Home
National Trust for Historic Preservation

"A silent character." That's how Jamie Ford, author of Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, describes the Panama Hotel, the titular National Treasure that grounds his bestselling novel. But the Panama is far from silent.

Modern Ruin: Filmmaker Matthew Silva on the New York State Pavilion

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 05.21.2016 | Arts
National Trust for Historic Preservation

His tireless efforts behind the camera, on social media, and at the site itself have not only helped get more people talking about the Pavilion, but it's brought them together as well, focusing their energy on reinvention for an inventive space.

How Harmony and Health Are Making Louisville Healthier

Keith Runyon | Posted 05.08.2016 | Healthy Living
Keith Runyon

Just over a month ago, Louisville, Kentucky was host to the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, who came to this city, in part, to help launc...

A Letter from Lupita: Why Shockoe Bottom Deserves - and Demands - Protection

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 03.17.2015 | Black Voices
National Trust for Historic Preservation

How do you treat the land on which men, women and children were bought, sold, and tortured? By building a major league ballpark upon it, which is exactly what Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones is proposing in his "Revitalize RVA" plan.

Cincinnati's Union Terminal Now Saved for Future Generations

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 01.06.2015 | Travel
National Trust for Historic Preservation

Since it opened in 1933, Union Terminal has served as both a cultural hub for the city of Cincinnati and one of the most iconic Art Deco structures in the nation. Now, thanks to local citizens who voted "yes" on Issue 8, it will continue to fill both roles for generations to come.

Trivia: Seven Questions and Answers about the Declaration of Independence

William B. Bradshaw | Posted 09.11.2014 | Education
William B. Bradshaw

Here are some trivia questions relating to the Declaration of Independence. See how you do with them.

The (Almost) Forgotten History of Latinos in Baseball at Hinchliffe Stadium

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 06.17.2014 | Latino Voices
National Trust for Historic Preservation

Written by Adrian Burgos, Jr., Professor, U.S. History, University of Illinois Built in 1932, Hinchliffe Stadium is situated near Great Falls, a Nat...

The "Monument to Sports Enthusiasm" You've Probably Never Heard Of (But Should)

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 06.17.2014 | Sports
National Trust for Historic Preservation

Written by David Robert Weible Hinchliffe Stadium's Art Deco cast concrete construction has long suffered from neglect. The 1933 Art Deco Hinchliff...

#SaveTheDome Selfies: Showing Love for the Houston Astrodome

National Trust for Historic Preservation | Posted 05.20.2014 | Sports
National Trust for Historic Preservation

Written by Grant Stevens #astrodome #houston #8thWonderOfTheWorld -- @robbmaddox, Robb Maddox Houston in March means one thing: the Houston Livesto...

What I Found (And Found Out) At The National Archives

Zoe P. Strassfield | Posted 09.01.2012 | DC
Zoe P. Strassfield

Preserving freedom is serious business. The Declaration of Independence is rather hard to read in places because it was stored in direct sunlight for many years -- a definite no-no for historical artifacts.

Robert Schwartzman's "Second Chances" Video Premiere, Plus Chatting With Trevor Rabin

Mike Ragogna | Posted 07.11.2012 | Entertainment
Mike Ragogna


Elizabeth Cunningham's Red-Robed Priestess

Dr. Susan Corso | Posted 01.16.2012 | Home
Dr. Susan Corso

Red-Robed Priestess is Maeve Rhuad's last adventure. And oh, what an adventure it is! As I'm sure you know, I've been a fan of Maeve Rhuad for a long,...

The Dirtiest Word in Hollywood

John Farr | Posted 06.11.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

A few weeks back, I read an announcement that the now white hot Colin Firth might be signing on for a re-make ofMy Fair Lady. Not since Steve Martin decided to put a new spin on The Pink Panther have I been so moved to ask, "Why?"

Early Draft of the Constitution found in Phila. | Inquirer Staff Writer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

After finding the draft, "I felt like an actor in the movie National Treasure, but [actor] Nicolas Cage was nowhere to be found," Toler added. "How...

Queen Victoria's Crotchless Underwear Deemed National Treasure

Telegraph UK | Posted 05.25.2011 | Style

The linen bloomers and chemise were designed for the British Queen at the end of the 19th century. They have now been given "national designated stat...

Night at the Museum 2 defeats Terminator Salvation - Huff Post Friday box office rundown

Scott Mendelson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Scott Mendelson

The sequel to the insanely leggy 2006 family favorite took in $15.3 million, while Terminator Salvation took in $14.8 million on its second day of release.