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Amelia Earhart 4

A warm summer’s day. A young woman’s life is radically changed in a matter of hours. 20 hours and 40 minutes to be exact. The time it took Amelia Mary Earhart to become the first woman to fly across the Atlantic . . . as a passenger on a flight toward destiny. On June 18, […] Read more

America’s Castles – Grand Plantations

Once upon a time in America, there was a classic feudal system. Not unlike those built around the of the castles of Europe. Where serf and slave existed to serve a noble aristocracy, and protect a grand lifestyle. “They were the best of times they were the worst of times” Charles Dickens opening words in […] Read more

America’s Money Vault

Whether it’s cash, gold, or digital bits, we all know that money makes the world go round. And what that money is worth depends on trust. Trust that the engines that power it all won’t fail. For the first time, National Geographic is going to take you inside the system. Places that you’re not allowed […] Read more

AMERICAN AIRLINES

Welcome aboard American Airlines coast-to-coast service. We’ll be happy to do everything possible to make your flight with us a most pleasurable experience. We’ll provide you with all the information you need to know about your flight, your destination, and the equipment on which you are currently flying. In addition, we are proud to present […] Read more

American Airlines

Welcome aboard American Airlines coast-to-coast service. We’ll be happy to do everything possible to make your flight with us a most pleasurable experience. We’ll provide you with all the information you need to know about your flight, your destination, and the equipment on which you are currently flying. In addition, we are proud to present […] Read more

American Exceptionalism is a Dangerous Myth

An inability to change is symptomatic of a people who consider themselves chosen and who cannot surrender their chosenness. When we look at our nation now, do we see the virtuous republic our history has always placed before us as if it were a sacred chalice? The thought seems preposterous. America was exceptional once, to […] Read more

AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE

Film, even from its silent days in the 1920s, has proven to be an art form particularly suitable for handling intimate psychological subjects. It is a medium of observation, the almost clinical recording of human behavior, with every nuance of expression and gesture enhanced in the close-up. As a highly controlled flow of images, film […] Read more

American Film Institute

Film, even from its silent days in the 1920s, has proven to be an art form particularly suitable for handling intimate psychological subjects. It is a medium of observation, the almost clinical recording of human behavior, with every nuance of expression and gesture enhanced in the close-up. As a highly controlled flow of images, film […] Read more

AMERICAN GOTHIC

In 1930 an Iowa artist named Grant Wood asked his sister and his dentist to pose for a painting, a tribute to the tough rural stock of America. He dressed his sister in a simple frock, a white collarheld close around her neck by a brooch. The dentist he outfitted in overalls, a band collar […] Read more

American History X Movie (1998)

So I guess this is where I tell you what I learned – my conclusion, right? Well, my conclusion is: Hate is baggage. Life’s too short to be pissed off all the time. It’s just not worth it. Derek says it’s always good to end a paper with a quote. He says someone else has […] Read more