"Oprah's greatest strength has always been her ability to help us discover the best in ourselves." Those are President Barack Obama's words before he presented Oprah with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in November. Now that I'm biased or anything, but I think he captured her brilliantly. Bravo!
i know its so old news but LOVE this picture and how natural and intimate it looks Spinoff: who was your FAVORITE celebrity wedding? : wedding Aniston Brad Jen Picture Pitt Wedding 2
A Photo History of First Lady Fashion On Inauguration Day
my star pin. ....... A couple at Penn Station - HarpersBAZAAR.com
"Everybody's Irish on St Patrick's Day!" But, what about those who really were Irish and suffered in the Old World and the New? Read Kris Williams story of Irish immigration during The Great Hunger.
U.S. M3 "Lee" Medium Tank. WW2.
Fly Like an Eagle *Monte Yellow Bird Sr./Black Pinto Horse*
Before the Williams Sisters - Margaret and Matilda Peters, affectionately known as ‘Pete” and Repeat’. The Peters made history with their doubles record from the 1930s to the 1950s. At a time when African Americans were not allowed to compete against whites, the Peters sisters played in the American Tennis Association, which was created specifically to give blacks a forum to play tennis competitively. Inducted into the USTA’s Mid-Atlantic Section Hall of Fame in 2003.
The Taylor-Burton Diamond, 1969 Her most famous gem was a 69.42-carat pear-shaped diamond that Burton purchased at auction for over $1 million. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace." She wore the new design to the Academy Awards in 1970.