As a young politician Abraham Lincoln was always clean-shaven.
In 1932, John P Thompson invented the crosshead screw.
Oysters secrete a substance called nacre, or mother-of-pearl.
I was at art school in New York in the late 1960s. It was the days of mass protests: women's lib and bra-burning.
Joy Mangano was a single mother of three, living in Long Island.
When people hear the Queen is coming to visit, they want everything to look nice.
Chris Evans does a slot on his breakfast show called "What did you do for the first time yesterday?"
You know when you've had an argument over dinner?
1903 was the year of the first aeroplane flight.
Poet Lord Byron was the original wild and crazy creative.
The creative thinking that went into the Intergenerational Learning Center is the sort we could all benefit from adopting.
Dave Trott on Donald Trump's Manhattan.
Graham Fink tells a story about renovating the Criterion restaurant.
A few years ago, there was outrage when the owner of a certain art gallery paid a million pounds for a modern sculpture.
The UK had the world's first jet airliner.
In Texas recently, several people were shot at universities.
CSR and CRM are abbreviations used by marketing people.
People misquote Maurice Saatchi: "It's not enough for me to win, someone has to lose."
Most people know the expression "Jumping the shark".
It may be that Donald Trump understands marketing better than the entire Democratic Party.