Wait for the Wagon
"Wait for the Wagon" is an American folk song, first popularized in the early 1850s."Wait for the Wagon" was first published as a parlor song in New Orleans, Louisiana, with an 1850 copyright, and mus...
Amelia (opera)
Amelia is an opera in two acts by Daron Hagen to a libretto in English by Gardner McFall based on a story by Stephen Wadsworth. It had its world premiere at the Seattle Opera on May 8, 2010.
In 20...
Staten Island Catapult
The Staten Island Catapult is a 2005 documentary about a disgruntled commuter and his proposal to build a catapult that launches individuals from Staten Island to Downtown Manhattan in 5 minutes. T...
Ann of the Airlanes
Ann of the Airlanes was a syndicated radio adventure drama series broadcast between 1932 and the 1950s.
The story focused on Ann Burton, an airplane hostess employed by Interstate Airlines. She al...
Billy Bishop Goes to War
Billy Bishop Goes to War is a Canadian musical, written by John MacLachlan Gray in collaboration with the actor Eric Peterson. One of the most famous and widely-produced plays in Canadian theatre, it ...
Aerial advertising
Aerial advertising is a form of advertising that incorporates the use of aircraft, flogos, ballons or airships to create, transport, or display, advertising media. The media can be static, such as a b...
Songs for a Dead Pilot
Songs For A Dead Pilot is a 1997 EP/mini-album by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 1997. It was their first release on Kranky Records, and is viewed as their most minimalistic record...
Aeroplane Jelly
Aeroplane Jelly is a jelly brand in Australia created by Bert Appleroth. Appleroth's backyard business, Traders Pty Ltd, became one of Australia's largest family-operated food manufacturers and was so...
Transportation (journal)
Transportation (print: ISSN 0049-4488, online: ISSN 1572-9435) is a peer-reviewed academic journal of research in transportation, published by Springer Science+Business Media. Its first issu...
Command Decision (play)
Command Decision was a 1948 play in three acts written by William Wister Haines, and formed the basis for his best-selling novel of the same title. Produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and directed by John ...
Aircraft livery
An aircraft livery is a paint scheme applied to an aircraft, generally to fuselage, wings, empennage (tail fin), or jet engines. To promote their brand, airlines typically use a standard livery, promi...
Blackhawk (radio)
Blackhawk was a 1950 ABC radio series adapted from the long-run Blackhawk comic book about the team of adventurous World War II aviators.According to broadcasting researcher Harrison Boyd Summers, aut...
Sea shanties
A sea shanty, chantey, or chanty is a type of work song that was once commonly sung to accompany labor on board large merchant sailing vessels. The term shanty most accurately refers to a specific sty...
The Forth Road Bridge
The Forth Road Bridge is a 1965 British documentary film directed by Gordon Lang about the Forth Road Bridge. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.