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In the fifties, Cuba was a radically different place. Sporting a corrupt government with ties to both the United States and Britain, it was a pleasure ground for the very rich to vacation in an exotic locale and a terrible place for the poor to have any sort of employment at all. 538 more words
A slightly different version of this story ran on Facebook on August 7, 2014.
In the spring of 1965, my grandparents—on my mother’s side—sold their farm just outside of Vevay, Indiana and bought a house on the outskirts of East Enterprise, Indiana. 186 more words
Journal entry, 7/23/14: Because of his legal expertise, Justice Minotaur is often asked to help draft questions for either the national bar admission exam or for the LSAT, the latter of which is administered both nationally and internationally to persons applying for admission to law school. 581 more words
July 23rd in Gennett History, 1929:
Burl Ives recorded “Behind the Clouds” in Richmond. While Ives went on to a very successful music career, Gennett did not see it that way and rejected his recording. 7 more words