Rabbi Sacks on Jerusalem: The 50th Anniversary of Reunification

There’s never been a love story like it in all of history. The love of this people for that city. Jerusalem is mentioned something like 660 times in Tenakh. And even though the Temple was destroyed twice and even though the city has been besieged 23 times and captured and reconquered 44 times, Jews never […]

Celebrating the 100-Year Anniversary of the Caterpillar Sixty Track-Type Tractor

The 100th anniversary of the 60, we talk about the significance, the design of this machine, the DNA of this machine, it still threads through today with our products. Absolutely. This was a game-changer and everyone knew it was a game-changer. So, how was this a modern day machine? You could say that this is […]

75th Anniversary of D-Day Electronic Field Trip

[music] Michael: June 6th, 1944, the day that changed the war in the war that changed the world. It was the day of the long-awaited invasion of Northwest Europe by Allied Forces. Years of planning a direct attack on Germany’s fortress Europe was finally executed on the beaches of Normandy France by American, British, and […]

What Exactly is the Decorative Arts? | ARTiculations

What exactly is the ‘decorative arts?’ Is it art made for decoration? Like things that decorate the walls of your house? Well, not exactly. Because a painting can decorate the walls of your house but painting are usually considered fine art. In general, the decorative arts is defined as “the design and aesthetics of functional […]

Hubble’s Servicing Mission 4 Celebrates its Ten-Year Anniversary

4, 3, 2, 1, liftoff of Space Shuttle Atlantis, and the final visit to enhance the vision of Hubble into the deepest grandeur of our universe! [UPLIFTING MUSIC] Hubble threw us a few curves, but I think it’s really a testament to the whole team, onboard here, onboard the Atlantis, and of course on the […]

The palace decoration of Ashurbanipal

Hello I’m Carine Harmand I’m the project curator for the BP exhibition I am Ashurbanipal: king of the world, king of Assyria. Today we’re going to talk about how Ashurbanipal’s palaces in Nineveh were a real representation of kingship. So Ashurbanipal ruled the Assyrian Empire in the seventh century before Christ from his capital city […]

Sewing an 18th Century Gown – Recreating the Isabella MacTavish Fraser Wedding Gown Documentary

a simple tartan gown a wedding from long long ago a family’s history passed down from generation to generation the Isabella MacTavish wedding gown is an iconic piece of Scottish history and today we’ll explore its origins the woman and family it belonged to its significance in Scottish and dress history as well as its […]

Ewing: A Family Tradition

Since opening the doors to our first location in 1922, Ewing has grown into the largest family owned wholesale provider of landscape and irrigation supplies in the country. With locations nationwide, Ewing is a leader in the green industry with strong roots in the communities we serve and lasting relationships with our customers. We consider […]