Silversmith and statesman, artist and family man, ardent patriot and the subject of one of America’s best-loved poems, Paul Revere is a fascinating man whose legacy is as enduring as the nation he helped to establish.
Who was Bernard Lambert, and what happened to him? During the Second World War, a young Royal Air Force man
We took a new – natural and healthy – approach to Easter eggs this year, instead of the usual sugar-laden confections, with a rainbow of hard-boiled eggs in pastel colors. These eggs are not dyed but natural, just as they came from the hen.
A Hollywood Beauty with Brains. “Any girl can be glamorous,” Hedy Lamarr famously said: “All she has to do is stand still and look stupid” – but Hedy’s lovely face masked the sharp mind of an inventor.
No wonder the practical and comfortable Kuranda cat bed towersare so often on the “wish list” of animal shelters.
Made in Ireland and highly prized for the delicacy of its unique designs, Belleek tableware has delighted collectors of fine
Saturday is dog manicure day for my pack. Nail trimming used to be a stressful experience for all of us,
November 9, 1944, Lockheed Hudson FK752 of the Royal Air Force 251 Squadron flew from Reykjavik, Iceland, on a routine meteorological patrol with 5 young airmen aboard. They never returned.
My family loves fresh green beans, so we grow a lot of them in our vegetable garden each year. The
Japanese craftsmen create the traditional good luck Daruma doll from molded papier mache today much as they have done for four centuries. Learn the Daruma’s history, how to wish on it, and how to craft your own.
Enamelware was so popular in North American households of the 1800s and early 1900s for many of the same reasons we still use and love the bright dishes and cookware today.
Roch Carrier’s autobiographical story Le Chandail de Hockey / The Hockey Sweater is a much-loved classic of Canadian children’s literature.