Winston Churchill is best remembered for his service to the British people and Allied powers during the Second World War. But his colorful life in the military and as a journalist and author shaped him into the fearless leader we remember him as today.
In James Dean’s twenty-four short years on earth, he was able to make a lasting impact on Hollywood and American pop culture. Just as his career was starting to take off in 1955, he was killed in a fatal car accident. There’s no telling how
Lhamo Thondup was born to a Tibetan farming family on July 6, 1935. Little did his parents know that only two years later, he would be identified as the 14th Dalai Lama.
Since he was a young child, the Dalai Lama has loved taking things apart and
The name Henry Graves, Jr. is one that inspires a great deal of awe among watch collectors. And for Patek Philippe, he's a savior.
Graves, a wealthy American banker of the late 19th/early 20th century, had obsessions with several high-ticket items—think boats, art, real estate. But watches
For those of you who don’t live in New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art recently exhibited a collection of antique clocks and watches titled The Luxury of Time: European Clocks and Watches. Don’t worry if you missed it; we had one of our correspondents
Beginning today in York, UK at the Fairfax House, the Exhibition: Keeping Time officially begins. This exhibition celebrates the evolution and development of timekeeping in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, focusing specifically with clockmakers in the York and Yorkshire area. The exhibition will explore clocks
Infamous outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, who both died on May 23, 1934 from police gunfire, are still making headlines 78 years after their death. Bonnie and Clyde and their gang, known as the “Barrow Gang”, are most famous for their 10+ bank robberies