Documentary Movies Newswire (Page 10)

Documentary Movies Newswire (Page 10)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Documentary Movies. (Page 10)

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  1. Why More "Bromances" Could Be a Win For FeminismRead the original story

    Monday May 8 | Lucky

    The bromance of Barack Obama and Joe Biden " bromance " was so much more than meme fodder. It was refreshing to see two grown men so comfortable with showing affection for each other.

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  2. Hunt for Lincoln assassin being brought to life in Bel AirRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | The Baltimore Sun

    Date Created: 1959-11-02 Copyright Notice: Other Folder Description: BOOTH Folder Extended Description: BOOTH JOHN WILKES HOME TUDOR HALL Title: BOOTH JOHN WILKES HOME TUDOR HALL Subject: BOOTH The Junius B. Booth Society and the Historical Society of Harford County will host "Lincoln's Final Hours and the Hunt for John Wilkes Booth," an intriguing seminar featuring author/historian Kathryn Canavan and Lincoln Assassination historian John Howard, on Saturday, May 13. This event will be held at the Historical Society's Bel Air headquarters, at 143 N. Main St., from 1 to 4 p.m. and is a fundraiser for the Junius Brutus Booth Society and the Historical Society. Seating is limited to 100 people and drinks and snacks will be provided.

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  3. Senate deserves praise for defending filibusterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | The Las Vegas Sun

    In the movie "Gladiator," the Roman emperor Commodus storms back to his palace after paying a visit to the senate. In the senate, he bemoaned his father's time spent at study and was quickly chided about his inexperience as other senators laughed.

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  4. How Trump's Genocidal Hero Andrew Jackson Might Have "Avoided the Civil War"Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 7 | The Free Press, Independent News Media

    Given his racist, genocidal nature, our seventh president could only have done that by giving up slavery in the South, spreading it into the North or giving the Southwest back to Mexico. Jackson, of course, would never have given up slavery, which was the cause of the war and the core of his fortune.

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  5. Ward A should provide 'diverse' City Council candidates: Political InsiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 29 | The Jersey Journal

    Abraham Lincoln sits in Ward B where the question is who will represent these residents on the City Council next year? Jersey City's Ward B City Council seat is up for grabs. Or, wait, no it's not.

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  6. Horoscopes: April 29, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 29 | San Jose Mercury News

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Daniel Day-Lewis was born in London, England on this date in 1957. This birthday guy has won Academy awards for his performances in "Lincoln," "There Will Be Blood," and "My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown."

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  7. This video shows all of the US presidents in order of heightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 29 | Silicon Alley Insider

    The tallest US president was Abraham Lincoln at 6'4". The shortest was Benjamin Harrison at 5'6". Donald Trump is 6'3" and Barack Obama is 6'1". This infographic ranks all 45 US presidents by order of height, from tallest to shortest.

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  8. What to watch on TV this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 29 | Radio Times

    London, 1814: a vast mud-caked creature wails in anguish down by the Thames No, it's not Tom Hardy returning unexpectedly early as James Keziah Delaney in Taboo. We are in the exact same year and setting, but Doctor Who delivers a far less squalid depiction of Regency London its street urchins are quite well turned out.

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  9. Geena Davis Looks Back On Iconic RoleRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | SFGate

    As a slugger, a president, the Thelma to Louise or an advocate for gender parity in Hollywood, Geena Davis is the ultimate female protagonist. Through her performances in the hit films "Thelma & Louise" and "A League of Their Own," along with her television portrayal of America's first female president in the series "Commander in Chief," Davis has been challenging gender stereotypes decades before "pussyhats" and "the future is female" shirts.

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  10. Lincoln photo exhibit debuting at Pittsburgh museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | O-R Online

    When Bruce Klein opened the Photo Antiquities Museum of Photographic History in Pittsburgh 22 years ago, it was about creating something different by displaying and preserving the history of images from the 19th century.

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  11. CWT Book Review: McClellan's Other StoryRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | HistoryNet

    Political Intrigue. Confidential Aide. The Other Story. The title of well-known author Bill Styple's latest book about Colonel Thomas Key seems to promise nefarious agents, secret plots, cloak-and-dagger exploits and tales of subterfuge, perhaps even treasonous schemes.

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  12. CWT Book Review: Civil War DynastyRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | HistoryNet

    For many, the expression "Ewing dynasty" evokes only images of actor Larry Hagman, oil wells, conniving in-laws and everything else associated with the sudsy 1980s TV series Dallas . But Civil War historians and buffs have an entirely different connotation for that family name.

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  13. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | Plymouth Evening Herald

    He was working as a barista in a Plymouth book shop while waiting for his next big break, but now Lewis Peek's coffee serving days are done because he's landed a major part in hit crime drama Endeavour. The 23-year-old thespian has been cast as leading character in the ITV series, which stars Shaun Evans in the lead role.

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  14. How a scuttled U.S. trade deal helped lead to modern CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | MacLeans

    As trade with Canada falls under Trump's angry, roving eye, a look back at a U.S. trade deal that helped lead to Confederation Christine Sismondo's Canadian Moments column looks at what history can teach us about a current moment in Canadian news, politics, or culture. Read more of her columns here.

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  15. Lights, Camera, Abe-ManiaRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | HistoryNet

    A tall figure in a stovepipe hat and long black coat, striding toward me through the fog. Staring out at the Pacific Ocean, a hint of a beard as he turned his head.

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  16. How 'Thelma' still drives Geena DavisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | WOI

    As a slugger, a president, the Thelma to Louise or an advocate for gender parity in Hollywood, Geena Davis is the ultimate female protagonist. Through her performances in the hit films "Thelma & Louise" and "A League of Their Own," along with her television portrayal of America's first female president in the series "Commander in Chief," Davis has been challenging gender stereotypes decades before "pussyhats" and "the future is female" shirts.

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  17. Ohio DaybookRead the original story

    Friday Apr 28 | The Madison Press

    The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover.

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  18. Presidents with the worst first 100 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | The Hill

    If hypothetically, President Trump deserves an "F" as Senator Warren asserts with hyperbole, then what would constitute a worse first 100 days? By Warren's standard, John F. Kennedy's first 100 days would be considered an abysmal failure based solely on the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, which took place near the end of his first 100 days in April 1961. Abraham Lincoln would have flunked, too.

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  19. Ohio Statehouse honors Abraham Lincoln, Ohio's Civil War historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | Cleveland.com

    Every April, the Ohio Statehouse hosts a Civil War encampment and reenactment of President Abraham Lincoln's Columbus funeral train stop. Downtown office workers, politicians, schoolchildren and Statehouse visitors roam the Statehouse lawn, trying their hand at Civil War-era games, chatting with reenactors or watching a 12-pound Napoleon cannon fire at the top of the hour.

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  20. Trump's first 100 days are no match for the worst first year in presidential historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 28 | Washington Examiner

    In Lincoln's first year as president, seven southern states had left the Union; six more were teetering. And Confederate forces had guns pointed at Fort Sumter in South Carolina.

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