The last couple of decades have been rough but editor Janet Hutchings says the Internet era is now boosting EQMM's profile and leading to a rebirth.
In this August 1999 photo of Jill Barad, chairman and CEO of Mattel Inc. unveils the design of the new US Postal Service Barbie doll stamp at the Mattel headquarters in El Segundo, CA. The new stamp is part of the "Celebrate the Century" series for the 1960's.
Colin Farrell stars as a man who is trapped in a phone booth after an extortionist calls and tells him he'll be shot dead if he hangs up in the 2002 film 'Phone Booth.'
One in a series of mysterious mass bird deaths in the past month was the product of a USDA avicide program, which began as operation Bye Bye Blackbird in the 1960s.
PBS documentary 'A Murder of Crows,' folk-rock Sufjan Stevens' new CD 'The Age of Adz,' lessons from an award winning journalist in '20th Century With Mike Wallace: Politics & Presidents,' and more recommendations.
The Wizard of Oz gets its own Google doodle. But isn't the search engine late to the party?
'Knight and Day' stars Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise in this high-energy action comedy.
'Jaws' 35th anniversary already? In the summer of 1975, Jaws kept a lot of people out of the water.
In Don DeLillo's latest novel, two men sit outside a desert hideaway, deep in discussion about the Iraq war.