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2014/07/25 04:50
2014/07/25 04:50
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July 25, 1989 Alton aldermen had taken a preliminary step toward co-sponsoring a hydroelectric plant near the new Lock & Dam No. 26. The council authorized Mayor Ed Voumard Jr. to begin negotiating a...
2014/07/25 04:50
2014/07/25 04:50
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2014/07/23 01:20
2014/07/23 01:20
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A lthough New Jersey is not our “First State” — that honor goes to Delaware — this state we are in has an amazing roster of “firsts.” As we celebrate 350 years, it is a great time to look back on some...
2014/07/21 21:20
2014/07/21 21:20
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Shawn Borri demonstrates how music was made through the use of an antique 1888 recording Phonograph during Saturday’s 37th annual Ol’ Fashun Threshun Days, sponsored by the Bureau Valley Antique Club....
2014/07/19 22:43
2014/07/19 22:43
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Good thing I had pulled off the interstate for gas in central Nebraska, or I would have missed a terrific side trip. “Anything nearby worth seeing?” I asked the cashier. At the midpoint of a road...
2014/07/17 07:57
2014/07/17 07:57
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Published: Thursday, July 17, 2014, 12:01 a.m. 19th century jugs denounced evils of demon rum The figures on this Anna Pottery vase made in the 1860s give a message about the Civil War, slavery and...
2014/07/15 13:22
2014/07/15 13:22
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Is this the oldest person in the world? Brazilian receives birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week (... and his secret may be that he doesn't like taking baths) Jose Aguinelo dos Santos was...
2014/07/14 11:05
2014/07/14 11:05
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Recently, I commented to a group of teenagers about how popular jukeboxes were when I was young. I pointed out that every restaurant where teenagers would congregate and many drug stores with soda...
2014/07/13 13:00
2014/07/13 13:00
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Take a peek into a fascinating 19 century India with its bejewelled royalty, grand forts, and the common man in the studio at the ongoing Raja Deen Dayal photo exhibition We take photographs so...
2014/07/11 10:35
2014/07/11 10:35
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An original animal from the first stream carousel from the 1880s, which can be seen at Pioneer Village in Minden, Nebraska. Photo for The Washington Post by Robin Soslow Lincoln, Nebraska - Good...
2014/07/10 13:05
2014/07/10 13:05
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PHOTO: The cast for Peninsula Players Theatre’s production of “And Then There Were None” consists of, from left, Mark Moede, Dale Benson, Sean Grennan, Sean Fortunato (sitting), Tim Monsion, Joel...
2014/07/10 12:29
2014/07/10 12:29
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When did the old Rex Theatre in Belleville open and when did it close? Is the building still standing? -- C.H., of Belleville For Halloween 1924, Noah Bloomer gave Belleville movie lovers a huge...
2014/07/07 23:58
2014/07/07 23:58
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The art deco-style seats, coated in dust, some busted, share space in the abandoned movie theater with other relics, such as a Victrola Phonograph and “Coming Soon” displays that no longer hold...
2014/07/06 14:15
2014/07/06 14:15
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A century ago, construction crews hired by New England Telephone and Telegraph Company were clearing a path 30 feet wide through the deep woods between Bangor and Mattawamkeag. It was the biggest job...
2014/07/06 01:19
2014/07/06 01:19
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In Minden, Neb., take a side trip into yesteryear at Pioneer Village, right, to see artifacts of Americana. (Robin Soslow) Good thing I’d pulled off the highway for gas in central Nebraska, or I...
2014/07/03 14:28
2014/07/03 14:28
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Editor's note: Elizabeth Mitchell is the author of the new book, "Liberty's Torch." The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. (CNN) -- The birthday girl every Fourth...
Read more at CNN, KESQ Palm Springs
2014/07/01 17:09
2014/07/01 17:09
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London musician Aleksander Kolkowski is giving new life to a dying musical format — by turning it into an even older format. His idea: repurpose the compact disc to play like its musical predecessor,...
Read more at Mashable, The Atlantic
2014/06/30 20:18
2014/06/30 20:18
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Back in 1887, Thomas Edison and his crew in West Orange, New Jersey, invented one of the first ways to view a motion picture: a kinetoscope. It was like a super early version of the film projector. A...
2014/06/30 12:13
2014/06/30 12:13
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One of the last things Karen Sykes would ever publish was a modest blog post about a modest trail in an out-of-the-way part of Washington state. In it, the Seattle poet and outdoor writer brought...
2014/06/28 20:22
2014/06/28 20:22
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CINCINNATI (AP) — A commission choosing an artist to design Ohio's Thomas Edison statue for the U.S. Capitol has narrowed the search down to six semi-finalists. The Ohio Statuary Hall Commission says...
2014/06/27 05:51
2014/06/27 05:51
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June 19, 2014 - Inside the Shack Antique Mall in Olive Branch, Christian Stanfield stumbled upon much of the vintage music he loves to play. Stanfield also found an old acoustic Phonograph to play his...
2014/07/25 04:50
2014/07/25 04:50
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