The beloved Tennessee-born musician recently made a $1 million donation to Vanderbilt University, which helped develop the Moderna coronavirus vaccine.
Architects and members of neighboring communities have warned since the 150-foot structure was announced that it posed a high risk.
Sink Reviews boasts over 712,000 followers on TikTok, expanding the digital world of faucet criticism.
The museum collaborated with Verizon to launch the Met Unframed, which allows you to navigate through a dozen digitally rendered galleries and view nearly 50 works from the Met’s collection.
Susan Allan Block called for “no peace” and “no concession,” called Kamala Harris a “whore,” and labeled Joe Biden an “illegitimate president” in controversial social media posts.
“We cannot be silent bystanders. We must speak up and take action wherever and whenever we witness hatred and threats of violence,” said Jack Kliger, president and CEO of the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York.
From an artist’s rendition of Capitol police rolling out the red carpet for pro-Trump insurrectionists, to memes about the Viking hat-clad QAnon supporter, social media has been rife with memes and digital content.
The suicide bombing on December 25 rocked downtown Nashville, injuring at least eight people and damaging more than 40 buildings.
The National Museum of American History is seeking first-person accounts for Stories of 2020, a time capsule about the whirlwind year.
As of today, the public domain includes classics like Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs Dalloway,” Alain Locke’s “The New Negro,” and the silent film “Lovers in Quarantine.”
I developed the bad habit of falling asleep at night to reruns of Governor Cuomo’s daily COVID briefing performances.
The expansive installation, created by artist Jim Hodges, was made of more than 5,000 separately cut pieces of colored glass.