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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.

Retrospectacle: Flagpole Sitting

It was a fad that became all the rage in 1924: flagpole sitting. It reached new heights when, ... more

Wife Ball Story

It’s one of America’s quintessential recreational sports: Wiffle Ball. The hollow plastic ... more

Paul Dean Talks Loverboy

“We opened with 'Working for the Weekend' and the dance floor was packed. Right there. I went, ... more
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