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Events planned for Battle of Stonington's 200th a...
The Stonington Historical Society has announced a list of upcoming activities to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Stonington. They are as follows: Aug. 2: The historical society's...
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An Idaho Statesman celebration: 150 years of news...
When Dick and Tom Reynolds left Portland with a printing press in 1864, they thought they were going to the mining boom town of Idaho City to open a newspaper. But Boise co-founder Henry Chiles Riggs...
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The Idaho Statesman
My party has lost its soul: Bill Clinton, Barack ...
In 2006 the Atlantic magazine asked a panel of “eminent historians” to name the 100 most influential people in American history. Included alongside George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Mark Twain and Elvis...
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What's in Store for Sleepy Hollow: Season 2?
Producers tease new historical figures, Noble's character's journey and more. Are Ichabod and Abbie the New Mulder and Scully? Opening with a sizzle reel of all-new footage, the panel was keen on...
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The Shawnee News-Star
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The Pied Piper
Here Are Mini LEGO Stereotypes Of All 50 States
Jeff Friesen isn't looking to take over the world, but he is looking to re-create it -- and he's doing it brick-by-brick. (See "The 50 States of LEGO" below.) With a mix of sight gags (Delaware) and...
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Archaeological diggers in Woodford search for clu...
VERSAILLES — The flutelike notes of a wood thrush — ee-o-lay! — and the drumming of a woodpecker echo through the buckeye trees as Gail Combs and Jack Wright make their latest discovery. "It's a...
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Weekend: 75 Root Beers, One Fizzy Taste-Off
THE GREAT ROOT BEER TASTE-OFF: Soda comes in 9,897 flavors now, give or take, but back in the day, when polished marble counters with stools were just about the only place you could procure the foamy...
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WWE Money in the Bank: Another championship for J...
Come the end of the main event at the WWE Money in the Bank event, it was Cena sitting atop of the ladder with the titles in hand to become champion for the 15th time in his career. While there are...
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Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
The McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica are the driest place on Earth (there is no ice). Empress Elizabeth of Russia used to hold "Metamorphoses" balls where guests were expected to dress as the...
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World's top 10 most legendary bars
Whether dive or divine, the bars, pubs and taverns of the world hold as much history as any museum, present as much drama as any theatre, and spark as much creativity as any academic institution. With...
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Not all classic rock 'n' roll song lyrics transla...
I've made no secret of the fact that I think music from the last century is immeasurably better than the tunes of today, ... if there even is a tune and not just shouting over noise. Unfortunately,...
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Professor: Schools approaching bankruptcy
By state law, districts are not permitted to go bankrupt. Revenues must equal or exceed expenditures. "School districts are letting people go to reduce (Public School Employees' Retirement System)...
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Revealed NSA Surveillance of Muslim-Americans Foc...
Detail from The Intercept's latest reporting based on NSA documents leaked from Edward Snowden. (Image: The Intercept)Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept have published a...
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KESQ Palm Springs
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National Security Agency
TV Tonight: Were the 90s the last great decade?
TONIGHT�S MUST-SEE: �The 90s: The Last Great Decade?� finale, 9-11 p.m., National Geographic Rippling through the decade�s final years was Bill Clinton�s ability to escape all crises. Some...
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WWE's Impatience Will Hinder Adam Rose's Chances ...
Adam Rose's career is already on life support, as WWE is too impatient to find out if his character can catch on. After thrusting him onto the main roster, WWE Creative has refused to fully invest in...
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Read & Write: Local authors on favorite book char...
As a preview to this year's Children's Read & Write Program, which invites children to submit book reviews for possible publication, we asked several Chicago-area authors to tell us about favorite...
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
Think you know your U.S. history?
... C. Patrick Henry, at the close of a speech before the Second Virginia Convention in March 1775, as he argued in favor of raising a militia for Virginia. He began the speech by equating British...
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Boston Tea Party
From the Pulpit: Change for America starts at home
Not very long ago, America was in a precarious position. The country was in so much debt, most of its leaders readily admitted it was unlikely the debt would ever be paid. Our never-ending military...
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Independence Day History: Kentucky in the Revolut...
Every year on July fourth, we celebrate our independence from Great Britain all across the country. From New York to San Francisco, fireworks boom and burgers cook on grills as we remember the courage...
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Steve Martin no joke as bluegrass musician
Steve Martin brought his banjo – banjos, actually, for he had at least five on stage – to the Hollywood Bowl on Wednesday, and by now that’s not such an odd thing to write or read about the comedian,...
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