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Mies Van Der Rohe

"He was always interested in distilling everything to its essentials…to simplify it, and that became stronger and therefore more; that was what he believed in." Mies Van Der Rohe’s grandson remembers his grandfather’s impact on what came to be known as modern architecture.

Sounds of the Time: Scott Ian of Anthrax

"December of 1977, I saw Kiss at Madison Square Garden, and I can pretty safely say that I left ... more

Malcolm X

"I'm as much against integration as the white people in New York City are but I'm also against ... more

First Western Showdown

Scores used to be settled with showdowns at dusk and no train was safe from the notorious Jesse ... more
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