Black History Month may be over but the Smithsonian Channel’s commitment to feature programming sharing the African American experience marches on.
For nearly two decades, German filmmaker Dag Freyer had a deep desire to share the stories of black American G.I.s and Afro-Germans who lived in his homeland during World War II.
When Adele wants to make a vintage fashion statement, stylist Gaelle Paul has a go-to source: the cleverly named The Way We Wore shop.
By David Bauder, AP Television Writer NEW YORK — Thanks to some forward-looking college professors, television’s Smithsonian Channel has a unique look at the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The network said Wednesday that it will air a documentary in February culled primarily from local news footage in Memphis, Tenn., where the civil rights […]
NEW YORK – Kim Basinger will narrate a Smithsonian Channel documentary on the rare blue Hope Diamond, thought to be the world’s most valuable gem. The special marks the 50th anniversary of the diamond’s donation to the National Museum of Natural History by Harry Winston, its last private owner. “Mystery of the Hope Diamond” will […]