Winston-Salem’s Bladesmith Fermin Lopez will appear for the second time in a “Forged in Fire” competition on the History Channel. The History Channel is airing a three-part ‘Forged In Fire’ Armed Forces Tournament where eight members of the Armed Forces – and former ‘Forged In Fire’ competitors – will faceRead More →

Perhaps nothing has a greater influence on popular culture than the machines and technology that affect the way we live. HISTORY Channel’s new docuseries, “The Machines That Built America,” will explore the origins and impacts of some of the most revolutionary innovations in US history, from airplanes to power toolsRead More →

Lindsay Sorell (photo) is the Prince Albert Historical Society’s new Indigenous History Researcher. – Photo submitted. Lindsay Sorell’s new role combines two things she loves in life: history and research. Sorell, a Métis artist, researcher and writer, began her new position as an Indigenous history researcher at the Prince AlbertRead More →

Sometimes one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. In the case of the History Channel’s “American Pickers,” it’s his reality show. And soon, this reality show might feature your neighbor. “American Pickers,” which features hosts Mike Wolfe and Danielle Colby traveling the country in search of antique collectors with unusualRead More →

To nurture the historical awareness of Filipino learners, teachers, parents and the general public, DepEd History Channel will broadcast films and documentaries on Philippine and world history. The Department of Education (DepEd) is set to create a DepEd television history channel that will broadcast films and documentaries on Philippine andRead More →