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Billy Dee Williams is an American actor, artist, singer, and writer. And here he is as urbane and as suave as they come.   ELEMENTS OF STYLE contd. …archival imagery in “Elements of Style,” then reading an interview with a … read more →

Celebrity Deaths on March 8 in History | Baseball legend and American icon Joe DiMaggio, British music producer George Martin, 'The Simpsons' co-creator Sam Simon, environmental activist and WWII aviator Ginny Wood, Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr, M*A*S*H actor Edward Winter, and former U.S. Presidents William Howard Taft and Millard Fillmore all died on this day in years past.

Celebrity Deaths on March 8 in History | Baseball legend and American icon Joe DiMaggio, British music producer George Martin, 'The Simpsons' co-creator Sam Simon, environmental activist and WWII aviator Ginny Wood, Alice in Chains bassist Mike Starr, M*A*S*H actor Edward Winter, and former U.S. Presidents William Howard Taft and Millard Fillmore all died on this day in years past.

The Shorey House at 1782 8th St. in West Oakland was the historic home of Captain William Shorey, the only African-American whaling captain in Pacific coast history. Back when the Bay Area was America’s whaling capital, this feat made Captain Shorey a local icon...It became the Shorey family in 1888

The Shorey House at 1782 8th St. in West Oakland was the historic home of Captain William Shorey, the only African-American whaling captain in Pacific coast history. Back when the Bay Area was America’s whaling capital, this feat made Captain Shorey a local icon...It became the Shorey family in 1888

14 Most Oscar‐Nominated People in Academy History:      2. John Williams: 50 Nominations, 5 Wins:   John Williams ‐‐ the creator of such iconic scores as "Star Wars," "Jaws," and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" ‐‐ is the most nominated composer of all time, surpassing previous record‐holder Alfred Newman in 2011. Three of his five wins are for Steven Spielberg films: "Schindler's List," "E.T. the Extra‐Terrestrial," and "Jaws."

14 Most Oscar‐Nominated People in Academy History: 2. John Williams: 50 Nominations, 5 Wins: John Williams ‐‐ the creator of such iconic scores as "Star Wars," "Jaws," and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" ‐‐ is the most nominated composer of all time, surpassing previous record‐holder Alfred Newman in 2011. Three of his five wins are for Steven Spielberg films: "Schindler's List," "E.T. the Extra‐Terrestrial," and "Jaws."

England's Mountains Green | Philip Carr-Gomm

England's Mountains Green | Philip Carr-Gomm

Goldeneye, Jamaica | Fashion Me Now

Goldeneye, Jamaica | Fashion Me Now

6th grade students at William Paca Middle School worked hard to create projects in honor of Black History Month! The projects, which focused on the the contributions of African Americans throughout history, involved a diverse collection of icons including Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesse Owens, Ray Charles, and Jackie Robinson. Find out more below!

6th grade students at William Paca Middle School worked hard to create projects in honor of Black History Month! The projects, which focused on the the contributions of African Americans throughout history, involved a diverse collection of icons including Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesse Owens, Ray Charles, and Jackie Robinson. Find out more below!

A take on the  royal wedding balcony kiss, which sees Prince William and Kate Middleton replaced by amorous Stormtroopers

A take on the royal wedding balcony kiss, which sees Prince William and Kate Middleton replaced by amorous Stormtroopers

Serena Williams' iconic 2002 U.S. Open catsuit by  Puma. This outfit is one of the most famous and memorable outfits in tennis history. Serena's Puma outfits were the best!

Serena Williams' iconic 2002 U.S. Open catsuit by Puma. This outfit is one of the most famous and memorable outfits in tennis history. Serena's Puma outfits were the best!

A collection of limited edition prints by artist Michaela Gall (studied at Chelsea School of Art and L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris). Her painterly style is often found on her one-off ceramics pieces which explores iconic figures throughout history: Coco Chanel, Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare, Igor Stravinsky

A collection of limited edition prints by artist Michaela Gall (studied at Chelsea School of Art and L’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris). Her painterly style is often found on her one-off ceramics pieces which explores iconic figures throughout history: Coco Chanel, Elizabeth I, William Shakespeare, Igor Stravinsky

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