Shopping malls have always been a hangout for bored teenagers or families looking for something to do on a rainy day. They’ve probably also been
From Sept. 1, 1939, to Sept. 2, 1945, World War II took over 50 million military and civilian lives and left many cities in ruins.
Legendary New York-based fashion, documentary and street photographer Jamel Shabazz has been scanning the scenes of New York City for about 40 years now, reflecting
Some economists claim that it’s the best time to be alive. People have access to everything they want and happiness comes at the push of
Motorized roller skates (1961)
Have you ever walked through the grocery store aisles and spotted someone who looked like they just rolled out of bed? I mean literally in
Ah New York City, the urban epicenter that rules the world—or so every New Yorker thinks. Take a look back in time to see what
A man testing a prototype of a football helmet in 1912.
From family heirlooms to antiques shops to museums, many Americans share an obsession for things that are extremely old. This includes man-made artifacts such as
Photography has influenced society since its inception in the 11th century. The oldest photographs depict fascinating details about life before pictures were common. From historical
With the advent of social media, recreating vintage photos to share with the world has become a popular pastime. Recreating old photos is a great
History doesn’t have to be just black-and-white. Dynamichrome is a project dedicated to digitally reconstructing historical photos in color, offering a brighter glimpse into the
First morning after Sweden changed from driving on the left side to driving on the right, 1967.
In 1956, IBM introduced the 305 RAMAC system, generally acknowledged as the first (commercially successful) computer to feature what we would now call a “disk