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Philly 'a living monument' to the Civil War
FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013, AT 1:11 A.M. EDT - This April 16, 2013 photo shows a bust of Abraham Lincoln on display at the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library in Philadelphia.
Sat May 18, 2013
Malcolm X grandson suspects remanded
Two men suspected of killing Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of US political activist Malcolm X, have been remanded in custody in Mexico.
The Morning Call
Lehigh Valley Civil War Days in Whitehall
Battles and skirmishes. Living history scenarios. Confederate and Union camp life displays.
Corbett urges Villanova Law graduates to emulate Lincoln, More
Gov. Corbett urged Villanova Law School graduates to embody the passion of Abraham Lincoln and the integrity of Thomas More as they embark on their careers.
Bonita superintendent touched by depiction of Jackie Robinson in '42'
Gary Rapkin, Bonita Unified School District superintendent, is a lifelong devotee of Jackie Robinson, the pioneering athlete who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Remade in Manhattan
Everyone, at some point, has wondered if they are truly their parents' child. We imagine ourselves, somewhat romantically, as foundlings stripped of family ties.
Fri May 17, 2013
Music from the Films of Ridley Scott Album Released
BuySoundtrax Records is proud to announce the release of Music From the Films of Ridley Scott , available digitally on May 14th and, in stores and from www.buysoundtrax.com on May 27, 2013.
An Education Outing For The Whole Family: Visit The Reagan Library And Museum
Take the kids on an educational outing that they are sure to remember. The Ronald Reagan Library and Museum is open to visitors and you can get an impressive history and political education while you are there.
The Miami Herald
Mourners gather to remember Malcolm X's grandson
In this undated photo courtesy of the Shabazz family is seen Malcolm Shabazz in an unknown location.
BANNING: Author addresses fight for Indian sovereignty
Richard Hanks, author of This War is for a Whole Life: The Culture of Resistance among Southern California Indians, 1850-1966." A lecture on the fight for Indian sovereignty in Southern California will feature speaker Richard A. Hanks at 7 p.m. Saturday May 18, at Dorothy Ramon Learning Center Gathering Hall in Banning.
Five charged in Kensington and Chelsea 'trafficking' investigation
They will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court today regarding the offences which are alleged to have taken place in Kensington and Chelsea, London.
Monsters and Critics
Kate Bosworth loves cooking shows
The 30-year-old actress is obsessed with whipping up dishes and gets her inspiration from 'Top Chef' and 'Chopped'. She told People magazine: 'I love all of the cooking shows like 'Chopped' and 'Top Chef'. I've just started to learn in the last couple of years and I love it.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Myth of Presidential Leadership
The theme of presidential leadership is a venerated one in America, the subject of many biographies and an enduring mythology about great figures rising to the occasion.
The Orlando Sentinel
News 13 goes 'Inside Bush v. Gore' with Charles Wells
Former Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Charles Wells talks to "Political Connections" at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday on Central Florida News.
Conversations 'Bout the Girls
Conversations 'Bout the Girls is a provocative play that is quit delightful: 'Bout the Girls chronicles the lives of young girls and women and their relationships with their breasts, body image and world around them.
Mississippi Ratifies 13th Amendment Banning Slavery 148 Years Late Better Late Than Never
Stephen Spielberg's " Lincoln " may have garnered an Oscar for Daniel Day-Lewis, but it made a bigger impact on American history.
Salt Lake City Weekly
Lincoln Fest @ Library
If your DVD of the Academy Award-nominated Lincoln is already wearing out and Feb.
The Austin Chronicle
The Music Man
Outside of band camp, who would even care to imagine a parade with 76 trombones, much less one with 110 cornets on their heels? And yet when Robert Preston's professor Harold Hill paints the picture of that brass orgy in The Music Man , it's not just visible in your mind's eye; you tingle at the thought.
Wed May 15, 2013
Derek Jacobi wants to press ahead with second series of Vicious
Critics ripped apart the new comedy, about a bickering elderly gay couple living in London, when it aired on ITV earlier this month, with reviewers branding it "lame" and "the least funny new comedy in recent memory". Viewing figures for the show have also significantly plummeted since it was first aired, but veteran star Jacobi is still convinced ... (more)
The Claremont Institute
Announcing the 2013 Publius Fellows
The Claremont Institute is happy to announce our 2013 Publius Fellows. Publius Fellowships are offered to recent college graduates and young professionals pursuing careers in the fields of politics, education, and journalism.