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Brazos County project gathering images of World War I combatants, artifacts

The last American World War I veteran, Frank Buckles, died in 2011 at the age of 110. With Buckles' generation now gone, it's up to their children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and ... read more

Buffalo Never Fails: The Queen City and World War I

The war lasted just under four years, contributing to the deaths of nine million combatants ... photos, original hand-written diaries, uniforms, video footage, interactives, and other WWI related ... read more

Wisconsin Historical Society shares vision for $120M museum

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Imagine speaking in real time to divers exploring a shipwreck off Door County, watching an American Indian elder describe how to harvest wild rice, climbing inside You are the ... read more

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Holocaust denial from the White House on International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Then there are the "softcore" Holocaust deniers, as Prof. Lipstadt terms them. They range from conceding that millions of Jews were killed during World War II and denying that there was a systematic ... read more


Brownsville is also an international port (largest shrimp fleet in the world ... waged war against hostile Indians. Some 25 buildings have been restored so far, and there are other houses left in ... read more

Brazos County World War I Centennial Committee seeks public's help in recording burial sites of veterans

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Datebook: Police violence paintings, a gallery's 25th and enduring images of a photojournalist's life

A Culver City gallery’s 25th birthday, a performance artist’s unlikely rise and a war ... County Museum of Art. In its day, the ancient city of Teotihuacan was the largest urban center in the Americas ... read more

It's Not About Contraception

When you bake a bad ingredient into a cake, no matter how nicely you decorate it, the cake will still be bad. That's the lesson to take from the controversy over Obamacare, Catholicism, and ... read more

Datebook: A beguiling biennial, photos of life near LAX and tributes to a mythic female ruler

In funny, faux naif canvases, she renders images of highways ... American artist has explored the stories of the female combatants who fought against the French colony in the Algerian war of ... read more

Artists Set Up Shop and Residence on the East Side

hard at work getting their woodworking shop in order. Nathaniel Hall and Eric Jude Mott were nice enough to take me on a tour of their building at 343 Hickory Street. They currently occupy the first ... read more

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Plans under way for 60th anniversary of Waco tornado

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