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Fuel and Food Are Quick, but the Fealty Is Forever [Feb 2013]

Fuel and Food Are Quick, but the Fealty Is Forever

“In Pennsylvania, two convenience chains stir tribal loyalties, a commitment as deep as bonds with the Philadelphia Phillies or Pittsburgh Pirates. 200 more words


1977 KISS concert at the Forum

Aug. 28, 1977: KISS in concert at the Forum in Inglewood.

Times Pop Music Critic Robert Hilburn reported on the Kiss concert in the Aug. 30, 1977 Los Angeles Times: 543 more words

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Fighting smog with gas masks

Sept. 14, 1955: Motorcycle messenger Frank Stone uses a gas mask to make deliveries during smog attack.

Los Angeles’ smoggiest day occurred on Sept. 13, 1955, when ozone levels reached 0.85 parts per million in downtown Los Angeles and 0.90 ppm in Vernon. 330 more words

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Photos transmitted to Antarctica

June 2, 1968: Earl Darnall puts a picture on the cylinder of a radiophoto machine as Ellis Wampler prepares to talk to a crew in Antarctica as part of a project to send servicemen photos of their families during the long winter when mail cannot be delivered. 419 more words

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From Grandma's House: Grandma Sniffed Me?

Grandma Ruth LOVED to play games. Anything you could sit around a table and play, while socializing. Puzzles, Dominos, Pinochle, Canasta… She was a Bridge fiend, and I’ll always regret that we never got around to teaching me how to play. 497 more words

Discovering Alex Philip (Part Two)

As briefly mentioned in our article “The Crimson Paradise Turkey” in The Question (coming out Tuesday Aug. 26th), depending on whose perspective you get, the ‘facts’ of history may be different. 800 more words