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ANSEL ADAMS

Ansel Adams, more than any other individual, brought Yosemite and the national park idea to the American people. His photographs, his letters, his lobbying of Congress, presidents and the National Park Service, spanned seven decades. They served, and still serve, to make millions aware of Yosemite’s beauty and to call attention to the dangers it […] Read more

Ansel Adams – “The Silver Light” – 3

I was climbing the long ridge west of Mount Clark. It was one of those mornings where the sunlight is burnished with a keen wind and long feathers of cloud move in a lofty sky. The silver light turned every blade of grass and every particle of sand into a luminous metallic splendor; there was […] Read more

Ansel Adams “The Silver Light “

I was climbing the long ridge west of Mount Clark. It was one of those mornings where the sunlight is burnished with a keen wind and long feathers of cloud move in a lofty sky. The silver light turned every blade of grass and every particle of sand into a luminous metallic splendor; there was […] Read more

Ansel Adams “The Silver Light” – 2

I was climbing the long ridge west of Mount Clark, It was one of those mornings where the sunlight is burnished with a keen wind and long feathers of cloud move in a lofty sky […] Read more

BABE RUTH

Babe Ruth’s presence still looms over Yankee Stadium … he set countless marks that still stand unchallenged. The crowds loved him, and for 22 years, he gave them more than their money’s worth. He hit the most home runs with a life total of 714. He received the most bases on balls of any man […] Read more

Bad Bad Ed O’Hare

The speckles in the Pacific night sky were bombers. Nine twin-engine Japanese bombers, in formation, on course to their target: the aircraft carrier Lexington. Butch O’Hare could see them all clearly from the cockpit of his Grumman Wildcat F4F. He was their lone-wolf pursuer, tagging along in the darkness. If he did not seize the […] Read more

Baldoon Castle’s Ghost

Baldoon Castle’s ghost became the subject of a novel by Sir Walter Scott—“The Bride of Lammermuir.” Forced by her parents to abandon the man she loved, the bride married David Dunbar but went insane and stabbed him on her wedding night. Ever since that terrible night in the 17th century, the bride is reputed to […] Read more

Barbara Stresiand

The memorable motion picture “The Way We Were” brought her a 1973 Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. The very successful “A Star Is Born,” released in 1976, was the first movie to benefit from her energy and insight as a producer and won six Golden Globes. The soundtrack album topped the charts and has […] Read more

Barbara Walters

Barbara was born 73 years ago to a nightclub owner and article producer Lou Walters and his wife Dena. The couple had already lost a son and had an older daughter who was mildly retarded. The family bounced back and forth from Boston to Miami to New York, where they lived in penthouses until her […] Read more

Beach Boys

The American rock group, The Beach Boys, are known for their rich vocal harmonies and for songs about cars, love, and surfing in the California sun. The band was formed in 1961 by three brothers from Hawthorne, California – Brian, Carl, and Dennis Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and a friend Al Jardine. The Beach […] Read more