On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was tragically shot by James Earl Ray outside of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. While the country went up in flames, there was a calming voice that arose from the ashes. That very same night, Robert F. Kennedy gave one of the greatest speeches by any American politician over the last 100 years. On what would be Kennedy's 94th birthday, let's take a look at the politician's most heartfelt and progressive statement of his entire career.
"And in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love you make."
“That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.”
No one stands up to Paul McCartney. Beginning his musical journey in the Beatles, he also enjoyed another successful band, as well as a solo career. As a music icon, he’s played over our airwaves for over 50 years. On McCartney’s 77th birthday, we reflect on how one man changed the music industry.
John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address was delivered on a freezing cold January morning in 1961. Despite his ailing back problems, he had never looked stronger than in that moment, delivering his speech to a welcomed crowd. All eager to tackle the “New Frontier.”
Bomber jackets have an extremely rich history that goes back over one hundred years. Today, they’re rooted in our day-to-day fashion, but they didn’t start off that way. Before they were worn as streetwear, the bomber jacket was used as a functional, heavy-duty garment for pilots.