THE OPPENHEIMER RIDDLE / New evidence of Communist membership debated by scholars of Berkeley scientist
Was J. Robert Oppenheimer, the brilliant Berkeley scientist known as "the father of the atomic bomb," a secret member of the Communist Party? Charges of Communist associations led to Oppenheimer's do...
A Look Into the Enduring Vision of the Iconic Artist Isamu Noguchi Photos
AD looks through its archives to find the best examples of why this American-born artist remains a design visionary
Dalí - The painter who entered the fourth dimension
A 1954 painting by Salvador Dalí features a mysterious, four-dimensional ‘hypercube’. Fiona Macdonald finds out how maths fascinated the great Spanish painter.
Walt Disney's & Salvador Dali - Destino 2003 (HD 1080p)
The film tells the story of Chronos, the personification of time and the inability to realize his desire to love for a mortal. The scenes blend a series of surreal paintings of Dali with dancing and m...
8 things you didn’t know about Dr. Seuss
Surprising facts about the man who wrote some of the country's most beloved children's books, whose posthumous book "What Pet Should I Get?" comes out next week.
Connection Failed: An Analysis of Christopher Isherwood’s [A Single Man]
Failure is found at the heart of many great works of fiction. It is a common motif used to spark an emotional connection, sympathy, and at times, anger. Failure is not only the heart of Christopher Is...
Salvador Dalí Biography, Art, and Analysis of Works
Artworks and analysis: Salvador Dali's flamboyant personality is as unforgettable as his undeniable technical virtuosity best displayed in his hyper-realistic style and religious symbolism.
Salvador Dalí Illustrates Alice in Wonderland, 1969
What the Mad Hatter has to do with one of the most inspired collaborations in Western culture.
Count Basie - Basie Boogie
Featuring music from Count Basie, an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. By Studio Telescriptions. Studio Films INC, USA.
COUNT BASIE Swingin' the Blues, 1941 HOT big band swing jazz
COUNT BASIE Excerpts from the oddly titled Dance of the Gremlins (thanks to mfb25890 & mbdavis10025 for the song I.D.), and Swingin' the Blues, c. 1941. ...
Rube McCray
Ruben North "Rube" McCray (June 13, 1904 – November 20, 1972) was the head football, men's basketball, and baseball coach at the College of William & Mary. He also served as their athletic d...
Rube McCray - Wikipedia
Preston Corderman
William Preston Corderman (December 1, 1904 in Hagerstown, Maryland – March 4, 1998 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia) was a US Army Officer. From July 1, 1943 to September 14, 1945, Corderman was comm...
Ritz Brothers
The Ritz Brothers were an American comedy team who appeared in films, and as live performers from 1925 to the late 1960s.Although there were four brothers, the sons of Austrian-born Jewish haberdasher...
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THE OPPENHEIMER RIDDLE / New evidence of Communist membership debated by scholars of Berkeley scientist
Was J. Robert Oppenheimer, the brilliant Berkeley scientist known as "the father of the atomic bomb," a secret member of the Communist Party? Charges of Communist associations led to Oppenheimer's do...
A Look Into the Enduring Vision of the Iconic Artist Isamu Noguchi Photos
AD looks through its archives to find the best examples of why this American-born artist remains a design visionary
Dalí - The painter who entered the fourth dimension
A 1954 painting by Salvador Dalí features a mysterious, four-dimensional ‘hypercube’. Fiona Macdonald finds out how maths fascinated the great Spanish painter.
Iman Xin Chemjong
Iman Xin Chemjong or Iman Singh Chemjong was a Limbu historian, writer, linguist, lexicographer, folklorist and philosopher of Nepal. Although some say that his middle name Xin was spelled as Singh du...
8 things you didn’t know about Dr. Seuss
Surprising facts about the man who wrote some of the country's most beloved children's books, whose posthumous book "What Pet Should I Get?" comes out next week.
Anthony F. DePalma
Anthony Federico DePalma (October 12, 1904 – April 6, 2005) was an orthopedic surgeon, humanitarian, and teacher at Thomas Jefferson University, as well as the founder of the orthopedic departme...
Connection Failed: An Analysis of Christopher Isherwood’s [A Single Man]
Failure is found at the heart of many great works of fiction. It is a common motif used to spark an emotional connection, sympathy, and at times, anger. Failure is not only the heart of Christopher Is...
Karl Kaschka
Karl Kaschka (8 January 1904 – 4 December 1941) was an Austrian fencer. He competed in the team sabre event at the 1936 Summer Olympics. He was killed in action during World War II when his plan...
Noé de la Flor Casanova
Noé de la Flor Casanova (*Teapa, Tabasco, May 29, 1904 —Mexico City, ?, 1986) was a Mexican lawyer, cantautor, writer, poet and politician who served for four years as Governor of Tabasco, before...
Bhagat Puran Singh
Bhai Puran Singh (June 4, 1904 – August 5, 1992) was born in Rajewal (Rohno) Ludhiana district, Punjab. Born into a Hindu family, he was given the name Ramjidas as a child. Later, while still a...
Tommy Rees (rugby)
Thomas 'Tommy' Edgar Rees (22 August 1904 in Pontyclun — 10 November 1968(1968-11-10) (aged 64) in Oldham) was a Welsh rugby union and professional rugby league footballer of the 1920s and '30s, ...
Alexander Afinogenov
Alexander Nikolayevich Afinogenov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Афиноге́нов) (4 April [O.S. 22 March] 1904, Skopin - 29 October 1941, Moscow) was a Russian playwright.
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Philip Perkins
Thomas Philip Perkins (3 September 1904 – 26 December 1978) was an English professional golfer best known for winning the 1928 Amateur Championship (British Amateur).Perkins won the Amateur Championsh...