The Bard's lasting influence on U.S. icons during some of the nation's most pivotal moments.
Thinking outside the box of twentieth-century office life.
An argument that wicked play outweighs hard work in our country's heritage.
Two new books drink in the excesses (and mornings after) of the Jazz Age.
As the craze for ballooning swept Europe, scientists and thrill seekers alike sought a god's-eye-view.
How the Druids charted Europe (and the Romans took the credit).
How a civilization built itself out of wood pulp and ink.
The former editor of The Nation provides an illustrated tour of comic provocation and satire.
Can the ghost of 1776 be discerned in the highway-striped landscape of a twenty-first-century nation?
Surveying an impolite world that talked much about politeness.
The eventful life—and surprising legacy—of the original movie dog.
The history of a building on Manhattan's Lower East Side yields a portrait of immigrant New York in all of its richness.
An author's investigation into the surprisingly long-lived world of taxidermy.
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