As the 100th anniversary of the ship’s demise approaches, an auction and a museum exhibit take two distinct approaches to commemorating the disaster. Are the remains meant for public education or private mourning?
Wednesday’s links talk about people in the limelight — for good and bad reasons.
Notorious perfectionist James Cameron met his match when a scientist sent him a “snarky” email about inaccuracies in his portrayal of the night sky in the original Titanic film.
Years ago, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse …
(UPDATED: Monday 3/26, 11 a.m.) The very barren bottom of the Mariana Trench had a visitor Sunday night: filmmaker James Cameron. After years of preparation, Cameron descended 35,756 ft. (10,898 m) beneath the ocean’s surface …
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ship’s sinking, see the events unfold in “real time” on Twitter.
Researchers have pieced together the first comprehensive map of the Titanic wreck site and debris field, the Associated Press reports. The History Channel will release the images in a documentary in April, marking the centennial …
The menu is expected to fetch up to $150,000.
From the courageous to the cowardly, survivors of the Italian cruise ship disaster are telling their stories.
In the wake of the recent Costa Concordia disaster off Italy’s west coast, NewsFeed takes a look back at some of the world’s worst peacetime ship disasters since Titanic.
Insert your own “My Heart Will Go On” joke here.
Sounds a little bit morbid to us.
First, don’t think this is about that massive blue-diamond necklace Kate Winslet donned for the 1997 movie Titanic. This necklace heist happened over the weekend to a real necklace worn by a survivor of the Titanic’s 1912 sinking.