There’s a reason the Swedes have 25 different words for snow.
Vintage advertising posters from the Art Deco era promote very different lifestyle goals from those of today.
The fascinating rise and complex legacy of First Lady Edith Wilson.
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Right now, the jewels of philanthropist/designer Anne Eisenhower are touring the globe . . . and for only a few million, you can own a piece of Hollywood history.
How one woman transformed a modest food container into an iconic must-have for home chefs.
“If you Want to be Happy for the Rest of Your Life…” Jimmy Soul had nothing on Benjamin Franklin…
Sometimes you want to go where absolutely nobody knows your name.
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16 essential tips to host, plate, and serve your best Thanksgiving dinner party yet.
Have you ever had the occasion to shop for a coffin? It needn’t be such a gloomy affair.
In the 1920s, Americans didn’t know what the term gigolo meant. The Marquis de La Falaise set out to change that.