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Your Family Decorator: Wall décor? Magazines have...
Could “covering” the walls be a new decorating tremd? Now, by covering, I don’t mean applying wallpaper or fabric. I mean applying vintage magazine covers to wall surfaces, whether in a powder room,...
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Monmouth College honorees include many from Galva...
Near the end of the spring semester, Monmouth College held its annual honors convocation. The event was held in conjunction with Scholars Day activities on campus. The students below were recognized...
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The 44 sexiest presidents: A complete ranking
May the best man win! (Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Ever since the embargoed Warren G. Harding letters to his mistress, Carrie Phillips, surfaced, my world has been plunged into chaos. Everything I...
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The curse of the second term
President Obama isn't doing very well in the polls. Some people label him as the worst president in U.S. history. That puts him in a select group � namely with some of the presidents who served out a...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The return of the McKinley tiara to Canton
The curator for the
Presidential Library and Museum could not believe her eyes when she saw the March 7th episode of Pawn Stars on the History Channel. A descendent of Ida McKinley's...
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The danger in historical revisionism
Historical revisionism is objected to not only by historians but also by citizens concerned about setting the record straight when it comes to what really happened during their lifetimes. For them, it...
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Juan Ponce Enrile
Book review: Does James Madison still matter?
In a 2009 C-SPAN poll of historians and political scientists that ranked the leadership attributes of the U.S. presidents, James Madison placed right in the middle of the pack — somewhere between...
Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune
Area history, July 18, 2014
Today is Friday, July 18, 2014. Here are news reports from this date 100, 50 and 15 years ago: In 1914: Former Congressman
of Champaign yesterday filed with the secretary of state...
Read more at The Champaign News-Gazette
The Surprisingly Durable American Habit of Naming...
Arts, entertainment, and more. Meet RutherfordThe surprisingly durable American habit of naming kids after sitting presidents. A few days ago, I looked at historical trends in seasonal name...
Read more at Slate
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Eccentric, energetic McKinley teacher lands role ...
Summer is here, but school is not out for McKinley High School teacher Keith Hughes. He has been teaching U.S. history and government from his fourth-floor corner room for most of his 15-year tenure...
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At last, Cleveland gets another turn in the spotl...
After 80 years, the city of Cleveland, much maligned in lore as "the mistake on the lake," has been selected to host a national political convention in 2016. Famous Ohioans President
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LEBRON GOT IT RIGHT: Here Are 11 Reasons Ohio Is ...
LeBron James is coming back to Cleveland four years after leaving his home-state team the Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. The famed basketball player announced in a Sports Illustrated essay that he has...
Read more at Business Insider
CNN: Palestinians Want to Die
In this video from Thursday on CNN, Jake Tapper interviews Diana Buttu, a former advisor to the PLO. After failing to persuade her of Israel's complete innocence, he tells her that Hamas is...
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Stark elected officials speculate on benefits of ...
The two Republicans serving on the three-member board of Stark County commissioners pointed out how beneficial the decision to hold the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland will be, to not...
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Ohio gets its first convention since 1936
WASHINGTON – A century ago, nobody would have been the least bit surprised at Cleveland landing a national political convention. Throughout the half-century after the Civil War, Ohio not only was the...
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William Howard Taft
The RNC Nailed It: Here Are 11 Reasons Why Ohio I...
Cleveland beat out Dallas for the honor, and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus noted that Cleveland is "representative of a city eager to show the country all the fantastic things they have to...
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American wars often start with a lie
... must resist our dreams of managing history." Reinhold Niebuhr, "The Irony of American History" (1952) When you study how the U.S. goes to war, there is a prevalent though not perfect pattern....
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Chautauqua Homecoming turns 25
That will be the status of the Epworth Park Chautauqua Homecoming Days, which will reach the quarter-century mark next Saturday and Sunday. Not only has the celebration grown in size, but it has been...
Read more at The Times Leader
Street of dreams: Frank Latta's vision celebrates...
Frank Latta was a man for all seasons in the Battle Creek of the late 19th and early 20th century. A businessman who owned a carriage and farm implement shop; the postmaster of Battle Creek for eight...
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How the Library of Congress Images Can Add Pop to...
As Independence Day is upon us, many brands are looking to publish content, campaigns and promotions related to the holiday. These entrepreneurs are hoping to produce visual content that pops amid the...
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