Can you remember what flying was like before there were full-body security scanners and in-flight entertainment on your personal little screen? This vintage photo series shows what life was really like onboard. All we can say for sure is that flying in the Golden Age was very, very different from what we see today.
We all know Queen Elizabeth II, probably because it feels like she has been around forever, and feels like she will outlive us all. What we didn't know is that she owns some of the most bizarre things. Some of them seem logical, some are pretty extraordinary, so how about we just run through them all. We'll start off with the fact that she currently holds four Guinness World Records. If we really think about it, that seems about right considering she became queen when she was 25.
We all love to watch celebrities on the big screen or follow them on social media. But have you ever wondered what the homes of some of your favorite actors and musicians really look like? We have, and we are here to give you the insiders tour of some of the most lavish celebrity homes. Mainly focused located in America, some of these celebrities are lucky to have homes in other beautiful parts of the world. We go inside homes from estates to castles and city lofts.
Whether it is social media or projects that couples worked together on, we all follow celebrity relationships more than we probably like to admit. We know how heartbroken we've been when couples have announced a big split and wished they would find a way to make it work. Here are some of our absolute favorites that we still haven't let go of completely.
New York City has always been one of the world's biggest icons and favorite cities in the world. From TV shows to iconic buildings, we all know and recognize the streets of NYC, and some of us haven't ever even been there. This obsession goes back decades, and this vintage series will give you the taste you were looking for.
Adam Gorlitsky was not always bound to a wheel chair, growing up he was just an average kid. At the age of 19, Adam was in a car accident, which left him paralyzed from the belly button down. But sometimes when life throws you lemons, you find a way to make the best lemonade that anyone ever tasted. That's exactly what Adam Gorlitsky did.