Hester Ford has lived in 2 centuries and under 19 US presidents and is now 116 years old.
One of Los Angeles greatest architects, Paul R. Williams designed iconic buildings for celebrities and the general public.
The mint julep went from a medicinal drink to the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. But who were the Black bartenders who popularised the cocktail?
Check out some of Kehinde Wiley's first UK solo exhibition, "The World Stage: Jamaica" and a video explaining his inspirations.
The late designer died on his 91st birthday on Friday but in 2011, he gave his thoughts on how to be successful as a creative and how to learn from fear.
Cats and dogs donned masks during the flu pandemic of 1918. But how different was it for pets back then compared to the current COVID-19 pandemic?
Artist Karen Collins took extra care in creating the incredible African American Miniature Museum. This is her story.
Pat Perry is known for his depictions of Midwestern life and street style.
Just two guys having a bottle of water old enough to study for its GCSEs.
It was a Swiss 1-2 at the 2020 World Championship Cheese Contest.
Despite the name, the Boston Cooler originated in Detroit and requires a specific brand of ginger ale.
Brown's critique tells an underlying story of Abloh's lack of black representation in the name of art and postmodernism.
Saul Steinberg called himself a "writer who drew" and worked with some of the biggest brands of the 20th century.
Ever heard of City Pop? Hiroshi Nagai painted the artwork for those soundtracks in the 80s.
After watching this video, I felt compelled to share it not least because it's hilarious.