Articles by: Andy Nagoya

Discovery Channel’s Miniseries Charts Rise of Harley Davidson

Discovery Channel’s Miniseries Charts Rise of Harley Davidson

Discovery Channel’s new miniseries, Harley & the Davidsons, will premiere on September 5. The drama will be a six-hour exploration about the birth of iconic motorcycle brand Harley Davidson. The six hours will play out over three nights into two-hour blocks. Arthur Davidson and William Harley founded the company in […]

by January 25, 2017 6 comments Arts, Trending
Captain Cook’s Ship Endeavor Discovered off the Coast of Newport, Rhode Island

Captain Cook’s Ship Endeavor Discovered off the Coast of Newport, Rhode Island

Marine archaeologists have announced that they may have solved a mystery dating back 200 years to the loss of Captain Cook’s ship, Endeavor. The announcement comes after a decade of underwater exploration. Captain Cook’s Endeavor was built in Whitby for the purpose of carrying coal from the north east of […]

by January 19, 2017 6 comments Trending, World
Legal Battle Over Bones of “Kennewick Man” Ends As 9,000 Year Old Remains Will Be Re-Buried

Legal Battle Over Bones of “Kennewick Man” Ends As 9,000 Year Old Remains Will Be Re-Buried

A long battle between science and spirituality has now ended, with spirituality the victor thanks to genetic testing which confirms that 9,000 year old human remains are indeed those of a Native American. The “Kennewick Man” was discovered by the banks of the Columbia River in Washington several years ago. […]

by January 12, 2017 6 comments Science, World
Tesla’s Latest Plans: Boom or Bust?

Tesla’s Latest Plans: Boom or Bust?

  Tesla continues to execute the second version of its Master Plan, with a flurry of new product initiatives and improvements to old ones. All of this has the market in a tizzy: either Elon Musk is a genius or a complete hack. He’s either going to save humanity from […]

by January 11, 2017 7 comments Politics, Trending
Photographer Sues Getty for Copyright Infringement of Free Images Donated to Library of Congress

Photographer Sues Getty for Copyright Infringement of Free Images Donated to Library of Congress

Travel to all 50 states and Puerto Rico. 50 hardback photography books. Publications for National Geographic and about the World Trade Center. A tour of every county of Ireland. For photographer Carol M. Highsmith, it’s all in a life’s work. Having spent the majority of her life photographing life in […]

by January 4, 2017 0 comments Arts, Trending
How Prince Created His Iconic Symbol

How Prince Created His Iconic Symbol

When Prince died last week at the age of 57, obituaries noted his battle with Warner Brothers over a draconian record contract. Warner wanted Prince to slow down his creative process to meet the traditional schedule for releasing and marketing albums. In response, Prince wrote the name “slave” on his […]

by December 18, 2016 6 comments Arts, Trending, World
Secrets of Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Ghostwriter Tells All

Secrets of Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal: The Ghostwriter Tells All

  Donald Trump once had a bestselling book called “The Art of the Deal,” which was his explanation of how he became a successful businessman. Like most business books, “The Art of the Deal” was written by ghostwriter. Now that ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz, is discussing the process of writing the […]

by November 21, 2016 9 comments Politics, Trending, World
What Happened After the Duel That Killed Alexander Hamilton? Gallery

What Happened After the Duel That Killed Alexander Hamilton? Gallery

The musical Hamilton is a cultural phenomenon. The Broadway show, written by Manuel Lin Miranda, has broken box office records and dominated the Tony Awards. A mix tape of the music is in the works, a PBS performance has been filmed and the actors are all being offered new roles […]

by November 17, 2016 6 comments Politics, World
Baylor Sexual Assault Scandal: How Ken Starr’s Baptist University Disgraced Itself

Baylor Sexual Assault Scandal: How Ken Starr’s Baptist University Disgraced Itself

Before Baylor University made a $600 million bid to build a nationally known athletic program, before it was embroiled in a sexual assault scandal, and before the basketball program imploded in a nightmare of murder and mayhem, Baylor billed itself as a Christian-centered a moral stalwart in a corrupt world. […]

by November 10, 2016 8 comments Trending
These 7 Songs are Really About Drugs

These 7 Songs are Really About Drugs

Ah, love songs. It’s tempting to believe that almost any power ballad or jaunty pop song is obviously extolling the virtues of love, sweet love. However, the truth behind some of the world’s most popular love songs is that they aren’t about love at all. They’re about drugs. There She […]

by November 7, 2016 5 comments Arts