10 Quotes on Grace and Inner Strength by Jackie Kennedy
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was born under the name Jacqueline Lee Bouvier, on July 28, 1929. Before becoming the wife of John F.
The Adventures of John & Wolf in the American Wilderness
John Stortz is an American illustrator who loves to travel. Two years ago, John adopted a shelter dog named Wolfgang (Wolf, for short) and the two of them became traveling buddies. Now, John takes Wolf everywhere and Wolf loves every moment of it!
Funny! Rowan Atkinson Has Some Questions for Elton John
When Rowan Atkinson was offered the opportunity to interview Elton John, you would imagine that he jumped at the chance, because he clearly wanted to get something off his chest! This hilarious meeting between the comedian best known for playing Mr.
Follow the Lyrics of One of Elton John's Greatest Songs
One of the most heartfelt and emotional songs ever recorded, Elton John's 'Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word' completely astounded everyone when it was initially released in 1976.
Elton John’s Hits Absolutely Stand the Test of Time
Elton John got his first break as a singer in 1969 with his very first album Empty Sky . Five decades have passed, and the singer-songwriter is now considered an icon, and his music is still loved and celebrated by many.
John Oliver’s Hilarious Experience on the New York Metro
John Oliver, host of the humorous late-night talk and news show Last Week Tonight, performs his stand up routine in New York.
John Lennon Inspired Millions with His Wise Words
John Lennon was a renowned Beatles member, known for creating an extraordinary amount of iconic songs. But, aside from his music, Lennon was also capable of inspiring millions with a single, spoken sentence.
This John Lennon Song Reminds Me it's Good to Be Older
[related_articles] John Lennon: Borrowed Time art, photos, music, song, presentation, The Beatles, John Lennon, 1984, borrowed time This beautiful presentation takes us through the annals of "Borrowed Time" - a great and meaningful song by John Lennon.
Sit Down and Relax With These 12 Great John Denver Songs
Henry John Deutschendorf Jr., more commonly known as John Denver, was an American singer-songwriter, record producer, activist, actor, and humanitarian.
Have you heard of St. John's Wort? Discover Its Benefits Here
John’s Wort, it can treat a variety of health problems that many people suffer from, leading to a cure for both the body and the soul.
Found It! Rare Old Photos of Famous People.
Robert Redford and Paul Newman Ernest Hemingway Kirk Douglas Jamie Lee Curtis 5James Dean, Liz Taylor and Eartha Kitt James Dean, Liz Taylor and Eartha Kitt John Cleese Sean Connery Frank Sinatra Errol Flynn Bill Cosby Sally Field Stan Laurel [suited] Charlie Chaplin [2nd left bottom row] Elton John
7 Still Unanswered Questions About JFK's Assassination
The assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy has more conspiracy theories surrounding it than pretty much any other event in human history.
Do You Remember the Moments That Defined the 1960s?
John F. Kennedy is Assassinated Image Source John Fitzgerald Kennedy was one of the most beloved Presidents in the history of US Presidency. He was traveling in a Presidential motorcade in Dallas, Texas on November 22nd, 1963 when Lee Harvey Oswald fired two bullets at him, fatally wounding him.
History Come Calling - Fascinating Photos!
Jacky Kennedy-Onassis watching her husband John Kennedy debating Richard Nixon, 1960. 106 year old Armanian woman defending her home with an AK47. Alfred Hitchcock serving tea to Leo the famous lion that roars in the beginning of every MGM movie, 1957.
Peek Inside This Historical Photo Album of Famous Faces
Most of the images we see of past famous names like John Kennedy or Elvis Presley are professional photos, hiding beneath layers of posing, manipulation and over exposure to the iconic imagery.
Take Our QUIZ: Who Said This Famous Quote?
Ralph Waldo Emerson Eleanor Roosevelt John Kennedy Mother Teresa "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." Eleanor Roosevelt Abraham Lincoln Oprah Ray Charles "The legacy you leave is the one you live."
A Different Look at the Moments that Changed the World
A view from above of Kennedy’s funeral in the Capitol building, 1963 John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), was an American politician who served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until he was assassinated in November 1963.
8 Infamous Crimes That Left a Mark in History
The Assassination of John F. Kennedy Image Source: thesmuggler / Flickr The assassination of President John F. Kennedy is probably the most well-known and talked about crime story on the list. So who shot Kennedy? The official answer is Lee Harvey Oswald.
The Colors of the Ocean are a Captivating Sight
John F. Kennedy once said that: “We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came.”
Words From the Greatest Literary Minds of the 20th Century
Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby), and Rudyard Kipling (The Jungle Book) have also left us words of wisdom and observant musings we can all live by. These are just a few quick examples. 1. On Happiness “Happiness can exist only in acceptance.” ― George Orwell 2.
The Unlikely Chance Encounters That Shaped the World
Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Syre met in a much more ordinary and coincidental way - at a dance. In fact, it was a dance F. Scott Fitzgerald wasn’t even supposed to attend.
Some Kidnappings Will Never Be Forgotten...
The kidnapping took place in the wake of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, so the incident wasn’t as widely covered as one might have expected. No-one knows who the kidnappers were. 9.
QUIZ: Can You Name These Iconic Men From the 1960s?
Johnson John F. Kennedy Martin Luther King Jr. Who's this icon? Vince Lombardi Dick Van Dyke Charlton Heston Who's this icon? Marcello Mastroianni Alain Delon James Garner Who's this icon? Malcolm X Dick Gregory Sidney Poitier Steve McQueen Who's this icon?
Celebrities of the Past In the Most Fascinating Photos
seen just before filming Barack Obama on his high school basketball team Bill Gates' mug shot for driving without a license 1977 Muhammad Ali talking someone out of jumping off a building, 1981 Jimi Hendrix and Mick Jagger - 1969 Madonna, Sting and Tupac hanging out in the mid-1990s Paul McCartney, John