A new bit of footage showing President Franklin Delano Roosevelt walking, a rare sight after he was paralyzed by polio, was publicly shown for the first time; the clip was shot in 1937 at Washington, DC's Griffith Stadium by baseball player Jimmie DeShong.
On Monday night, Robert De Niro took the stage at the Gotham Awards in New York City to introduce an award for Martin Scorsese's Apple film, Killers of the Flower… READ THE REST
Half-Life is 25 years old, and its makers posted a documentary about its development, covering everything from the early days of Valve to the game's genre-defining success. Dave Riller, lead… READ THE REST
Hokusai's 1831 masterpiece The Great Wave off Kanagawa had a print run of thousands, and many—but not so many—survive. Where can you go look at one right now? Matt Sephton… READ THE REST
TL;DR: This Magnetic LED Wall Sconce is here as a great gift for the interior decorator in your life on sale for just $35.97 (reg. $46). Act fast, this is part of our… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Don't let an incredible Cyber Monday sale pass you by! AdGuard Family Plan keeps your information safe and helps you avoid fans. While it usually costs $129, you can now get… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Microsoft Windows 11 Pro is a necessity to keep your computer running in tip-top shape. And while such a crucial piece of software is usually expensive (think $199), right now, for… READ THE REST