By Pete Smith,Ryan Menezes Published: February 19th, 2020
From Dixon Of Dock Green to Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Deborah Ross revisits our most treasured TV classics to figure out if they were all really as good as we thought
In 1962, the man who was to become famous as Senator Daniel P. Moynihan wrote his “Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture.” These mandated that “major emphasis should be placed on the choice of designs that embody the finest contemporary American architectural thought,” and that “Design must flow from the architectural profession to the Government and [
Federal design guidelines for government buildings aren’t normally front-page news. But a draft executive order that aims to rewrite the rules for federal buildings is attracting widespread attention in architectural circles and outside them. (On these pages, Kate Wagner has already offered a well-stated case against the order.) If enacted, it would abandon the open-minded and diverse approach that shaped federal courthouses and complexes for the past 50 years. Classical elements that draw upon...
Senator (D-CT) joins to Hallie Jackson to explain why he will vote to convict and remove the President on Wednesday, adding that he won't "rule out" a censure motion if the President's behavior continues.
Check out the trucks and cars of the USSR at this excellent museum in Latvia.