Highlights of Today in History: Robert E. Lee born; Indira Gandhi elected prime minister of India;President Bill Clinton admits making false statements under oath;Singer Janis Joplin born; Dolly Parton is born.
Those of you who have followed the antics of the Virginia Flaggers over the years will get a good laugh out of this one. It appears that participants wearing Confederate […]
This is the grave of Robert Mosbacher. Born in 1927 in Mount Vernon, New York, Mosbacher attended Washington and Lee University and then moved to Texas after graduation to make his fortune in oil thanks to a $500,000 starter grant from daddy. While there, he met another young man doing the same–George H.W. Bush. Like […]
Robert Lee Harris allegedly admitted a role in the disappearance of his wife Tanisha Harris, an associate pastor
Two architects tear down an uninhabitable house and start over When architects Robert Edmonds and Vivian Lee moved from New York City to San Francisco, they discovered something many outsiders don’t know about the City by the Bay: The...Show More Summary
Carol Lee, national political reporter for NBC News, talks with Rachel Maddow about the possibility of Donald Trump facing questions in person from Robert...
UFC lightweight Kevin Lee had more than just a coach in Robert Follis.Filed under: News, Radio Highlight, UFC, Videos
It’s been 21 years since Drs. Robert Wachter and Lee Goldman, in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, first described a new delivery model called “hospitalists” – clinicians whose primary professional focus is the care of hospitalized patients. Since that time the healthcare system has seen rapid growth of hospitalist programs across a variety […]
Tik Root interviews Robert W. Lee, the great-great-great-great-nephew of the Confederate General Robert E. Lee, about the uproar over statues of his ancestor.
The fourth great nephew of the Confederate general talks about confronting racism and white privilege.
Alexandra Dariescu - The Nutcracker and I (Photo Mark Allen) Tchaikovsky, Alexandra Dariescu The Nutcracker and I; Alexandra Dariescu, Amy Drew, Nick Hillel, Adam Smith, Jenna Lee; Milton Court Concert Hall Reviewed by Robert HugillShow More Summary
For today’s prompt, write a thaw poem. The term thaw can be used in relation to food and the weather. But it can also relate to people and relationships as well. Order the Poet’s Market! The 2018 Poet’s Market, edited by Robert LeeShow More Summary
MAC is killing it with the collaborations right now. First Nicki Minaj nude lipsticks, then Robert Lee Morris' opulent line--and now a rock 'n' roll inspired collection with icon Jade Jagger. Slay! The jewelry designer and daughter of...Show More Summary
Just over a month and a half before the 2018 Sundance Film Festival formally hits the cinematic slopes in Utah, the Robert Redford founded shindig today revealed the upcoming Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events slates. Based on...Show More Summary
Hips, Hips, Hooray! is a 1934 American Pre-Code slapstick comedy film starring Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey, Ruth Etting, Thelma Todd, and Dorothy Lee. The film showed scantily clad burlesque-style showgirls and female extras as typical of the Hollywood musicals in the Pre-Code era. Show More Summary
Besides the fact that they’re softer and silkier than your average MAC Powder Blush and fantastically flattering with bronze and orange-y brown eyeshadows (must be the warm peachy tones), the MAC Robert Lee Morris Powder Blushes, which...Show More Summary
I could easily take down either a bucketful of lychees or a bucketful of persimmons, which are two of my Top 5 Fave Fruits of All Time. Who has a list like that? Apparently, I do. Watermelon Lychee Persimmon Honeycrisp apples Strawberries BAM. There’s...Show More Summary
Suppose Robert E. Lee had laid hands on a shipment of AK-47s in 1864. How would American history have unfolded? Change a major variable, especially in a fanciful way—for instance, positing that machine-gun-toting Confederates took the field against Ulysses S. Grant’s army at the Battle of the Wilderness—and the same fate befalls you.
James Holmes History, Asia With December 7 fast approaching, this is a big question worth asking. Suppose Robert E. Lee had laid hands on a shipment of AK-47s in 1864. How would American history have unfolded? Differently than it did, one imagines. Historians frown on alt-history, and oftentimes for good reason. Show More Summary
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's administration has enacted rules for political rallies at Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue that limit crowd size and ban guns. McAuliffe announced the new emergency regulations … Click to Continue »