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Otoupalik stirring up memories of 'forgotten' world war

Hayes Otoupalik never knew John Babcock, but something drew him over snowy Lookout Pass to the funeral. Born in Ontario, Babcock was the last Canadian veteran of World War I when he died an American c... read more

Is Europe Sleepwalking Into Another Balkan War?

It was in Sarajevo in 1914 where a Bosnian Serb triggered the onslaught of World War ... a forgotten failure after other former Yugoslav states joined the EU and NATO. That’s left Bosnians vulnerable ... read more

The Rage and Tenderness of David Wojnarowicz’s Art

One day this kid will feel something stir. … One day this kid will do something ... wakes us from the nightmare of history and the preinvented world? Or are they the dream-life, the memories, that pro... read more

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How AI can restore our forgotten past

Put together machine learning, neural networks and a vat full of data, give them a stir, and you can get amazing results ... And, hey presto: we have a holodeck for your past and half-forgotten memori... read more


Saigon brings an endless longing into play

Her latest work created a big stir at the Avignon Theatre Festival last year, and has since been performed in 14 cities around the world. It will be staged ... and fragments of memories of the Indochi... read more

The Labyrinth of the Spirits by Carlos Ruiz Zafón review – a colossal achievement

Among the imaginary forgotten books, readers’ memories of real literature are regularly nudged ... d be surprised at my range of stylistic resources with which to stir up what should be left alone”) m... read more

Outsiders vs. Insiders: 9/11 cost us more than buildings and lives – it stole our national soul

If there was anything positive to come from the heinous Muslim jihadist terrorist attack seventeen years ago today it’s the memories ... Stood up for what was right? That’s a curious way to put it, Em... read more

Country Cousin

Have seen some folks putting up Christmas lights already ... America received word of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941 that started World War II. Similarly, most Americans who were ... read more

Collectors from across the country show off antique firearms at Missoula show

The mine in question belonged to Hayes Otoupalik, and was on display at his table at the Missoula Gun Show, held at the Adams Center over the weekend. The armament was an inert anti-vehicle mine used ... read more



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