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Highwaymen art

The Highwaymen, a School of African-American Artists Who Hawked Their Work on the Side of the Road

The art of Florida's Highwaymen finds a new audience

Appleknockers versus Decatur basketball game.

In 1964, the Appleknockers from Cobden, Illinois, Made It All the Way to the State Championships.

Book recounts how larger rivals fell to the tiny upstart

Prison mural

Armory Arts Village in Michigan Used to Be a State Prison. Now It’s an Artists’ Community.

Michigan prison gets artistic makeover

soldier with flag

A Lot of People in Riverside, California, Came There Because of the Air Force Base.

California shows another side of military life

Inside Wally Cuchine's art gallery/mobile home

The Art of Collecting

An eclectic art show tours to remote spots in Nevada.

Go-Hawks Tribe picture

Happy and the Go-Hawks

Emilie Blackmore Stapp raised millions through her philanthropic club.

Man and woman on a motorcycle, Kansas, circa 1915.

Homegrown History

A retired UPS man takes on a county's archives.

Paintings hang in the gallery.

Picture the South

A traveling exhibition showcases the diversity of Georgia.

Quilt of a Thousand Prints

Quiltmaking Engineer

An engineer innovates a traditional art.

Herb Plambeck reports from Europe in World War II.

Radio Voices

Iowa reporters bring news of the front to audiences at home during World War II.