In this GB Classic, Marc gets an unforgettable ride in a ’57 Chevy that has been “slightly” customized. Fasten your seatbelt — this is gonna be a wild ride.
Remember when Biketoberfest was for the young and wild? It’s still pretty wild, but the average age will surprise you. Over 200,000 made the ride to Daytona Beach to see the bikes, but discovered the bikers were far more interesting!
She was a stay-at-home mom who had an idea. A simple, easy way for millions to create beautiful works of art. Seemingly overnight, Donna Dewberry and her One Stroke painting technique became a huge hit on PBS and QVC.
Feeling nostalgic? The Original Pop Art Diva, Terri Dennis, has your fix. Her cool Web site has color, fun and art you won’t see anywhere else.
Earl Nash picked up a paintbrush in his later years and began a wonderful love affair with his art. He won the admiration of many who were touched by the works of this humble artisan, and left his mark on the world.
The Florida Highwaymen were 26 African-American artists who traveled the state in the ’50s and ’60s selling paintings along the roadside. Ignored at the time, today their works are highly sought-after collectibles.
In 1958, the Ford Edsel was supposed to revolutionize the automobile industry, but instead it became a historical mistake.
He’s a musician who cut his teeth in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the ’60s and has been on a personal and musical odyssey ever since. The result? A musician well worth listening to.
After watching our coverage of the attempt to shatter a kazoo world record, a man became incensed, irate and insulted. Not by our story, but by the event itself! Did it make a mockery of great kazoo icons of the past? Here’s his side.
Who says you need training to be an artist? Earl Nash is completely self-taught and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Find out how you can discover your inner Picasso and put your passion on the canvas.