Roughly Speaking: Police and protests, Monday's debate, and 'Drunk History'
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Travel to Kodachrome State Park in Utah

Utah's Kodachrome State Park was named in 1948 by visitors from the National Geographic Society. They sugegsted that the 2,241-acre park and its colors that change with shifting light be named for the color film.
Bob Downing, Akron Beacon Journal, MCT
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