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  • D-Day, the Sixth of June: 'He don't know where, he don't know when'

    A scrap of childhood doggerel has become only a memory of a memory by now. They say that's the way the little gray cells record and re-record memories, taping over the previous one and changing it here and there each time it's rehearsed. By now that...
  • Mr. Kagan and the ruin of ideas

    The neo-conservative commentator, Robert Kagan, co-founder in 1997 of the Project for a New American Century, and after that institution crashed amidst the ruins of Iraq, founder of its 2009 successor, the Foreign Policy Initiative, is continuing his...
  • PBS fall lineup includes 'The Roosevelts,' 'Death Comes to Pemberley'

    The biggest stars of PBS' new fall lineup are named Franklin, Eleanor and Teddy .  "The Roosevelts: An Intimate Portrait," a seven-part, 14-hour documentary series from prolific filmmaker Ken Burns, will take a detailed look at the celebrated...
  • Letter: Act now to protect our planet

    I strongly support President Barack Obama's announcement last week of the first ever national carbon emission reduction goals. These regulations will reduce emissions from power plants of greenhouse gases that are the predominant cause of climate...
  • National Jerky Day: #MeatRushmore, a Mt. Rushmore replica made of jerky

    National Jerky Day: #MeatRushmore, a Mt. Rushmore replica made of jerky
    Thursday is National Jerky Day, and to celebrate, Jack Link's jerky has created some familiar faces out of jerky. The Wisconsin-based company constructed a giant replica of Mount Rushmore, bringing together George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore...
  • Most Borrowed at the BCPL

    Below are the most borrowed titles at the Baltimore County Public Library for the month of May. Children's Fiction 1. "Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck" Kinney, Jeff 2. "Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel" Kinney, Jeff 3. "Wonder" Palacio, R. J....
  • Julie A. Brady, Republican activist, 1962-2014

    Julie A. Brady, Republican activist, 1962-2014
    Julie A. Brady, a prominent figure in Illinois Republican politics, worked as a volunteer at the state level for several candidates and was an early supporter of the GOP's 2008 presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain. The wife of former Illinois...
  • The prospect for learning is high at school's Gold Rush

    The prospect for learning is high at school's Gold Rush
    Fourth-graders Sam West and Dani Thomas-Nathan sat behind a booth Friday morning selling copies of the Golden Gazette newspaper for $1 each. It was 1849 at Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School, the peak of the California Gold Rush, and Gold Town was...
  • Zac Efron puts Hollywood Hills West home up for sale

    Zac Efron puts Hollywood Hills West home up for sale
    Zac Efron has put his chic home in Hollywood Hills West up for sale at $2.849 million. Originally designed for the Case Study Program by Rodney Walker, the home was eventually built in 1947 and has been updated with an industrial vibe. The actor-...
  • Two milestone battleships shaped the future of a struggling Newport News Shipyard

    Two milestone battleships shaped the future of a struggling Newport News Shipyard
    When the crowds began pushing through the gates of Newport News Shipbuilding early on the morning on March 24, 1898, they had plenty of reason to feel proud and excited. After a dozen years and tens of millions of dollars in investment, the fledgling...
  • House pushes to limit president's right to designate monuments

    WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled House voted Wednesday to scale back the president's authority to establish national monuments, seeking changes to a century-old law that critics say has put wide swaths of the West off-limits to activities such...
  • Louis Bayard's 'Roosevelt's Beast' is a diverting expedition

    Louis Bayard's 'Roosevelt's Beast' is a diverting expedition
    As even the most casual student of American history knows, Theodore Roosevelt was a larger-than-life figure. Besides being our 26th president, he was an outdoorsman, an explorer, a historian and a war hero. T.R.'s adventures on the campaign trail, the...