Ernest Hemingway

Meet the $935 Pen That Turns a Scribble Into a Status Symbol

It's not often that a pen finds itself at the very center of an international event, but that's exactly what happened 52 years ago when John F. Kennedy visited Cologne, West Germany. His host was Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who invited the young U.S. president to sign the Golden Book (Cologne's official guest book), then found he had no pen on him.

Ad of the Day: Ogilvy Fits Entire Hemingway Novels Into 15-Second Instagrams

Ernest Hemingway novels are about a lot more than old men fishing and young men dying. But 75 years after their publication, they're often perceived as spartan scenarios accented by the occsasional bullets and bullfights.

Shops Concoct Their Own High-End Hooch

For ad agencies looking to seem a little more entrepreneurial, it’s almost too obvious—build a booze brand from scratch.