Articles by Jackie Mansky
The L.A. institution finally opens, inviting visitors to learn about film history—even the not so glittery bits—and to contemplate the industry's future
Museum staff discuss the reception of a difficult work that showed the vivid and painful documentation of a Nazi death camp
The legendary newswoman, who died at 75, appeared on a Smithsonian podcast earlier this summer to speak about a favorite topic, the first ladies
The National Parks Service is also compiling a modern cultural history of the caverns
In historic moment, foundations and museums came together to rescue black history. "This is an optimistic tale," says Bunch
Plus, listen to an exclusive debut of 'Marigolds' off his new album, 'Omoiyari'
At the turn of the 20th century, the first mock meat craze swept the nation
Launched in 1915, the Autoped had wide appeal, with everyone from suffragettes to postmen giving it a try
After a tense few hours, firefighters announce they saved the landmark from 'total destruction'
His failed attempts to bring the Emmett Till tragedy to television forced him to get creative
Seventeen seasons in, the show continues to demystify what it takes to 'make it work'
The '90s lives in the new superhero film but doesn't tell us much about the decade
A hot take, if you will, on the iced trend
From the “Cosmo Quiz” to Quizilla to Buzzfeed... what's next?
The inaugural title game in 1967 would not have been getting kudos from the media for representing women
"RENT: Live" meet "The Boys from Boise"
The “musical novelty” series of shorts achieved critical and popular success, too