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Remembered or Forgotten

I love the Presidents. Reliving the history of our nation through the men who held the highest office of the land is fascinating to me. Whether it is learning about all the precedents set by our founding father George Washington or the trials and tribulations faced by Harry Truman in the early days of the Cold War, Presidential history gives a unique insight into the time in which these men lived. 1,069 more words

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Bob Dylan and his medicine show

Rolling Thunder Revue – A Bob Dylan Story directed by Martin Scorsese (Netflix, 2019)

The opening shot of this documentary is of a magician in a silent movie manipulating film to create a disappearing act. 800 more words


Going to Church with President 39

My boyfriend and I have a list. This list is referred to as simply “The List”. The List is comprised of things we want to do together at one point or another; including lofty goals such as a coffee and bagel date in NYC and more obtainable goals for broke college kids, like a Goodwill date. 886 more words


Let Me Tell You a Thing or Two About the Early Life of Former President Jimmy Carter

Folks, I’ve got a secret. A big secret. I’m gonna need your discretion on this one. My life is on the line here. People are after me. 885 more words


Former President Jimmy Carter teaching Sunday school after hip surgery

ATLANTA — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter talked about his recent health setback and his conversation with President Donald Trump, as he returned to teaching Sunday school in Georgia for the first time since breaking his hip. 403 more words


U.S. Presidents - Jimmy Carter

Full Name: James Earl Carter

Party: Democratic

Primarily known for: Iranian hostage crisis, SALT II, energy crisis, Vietnam War draft evader amnesty

D.O.B.: October 1, 1924… 47 more words

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African-American Music Appreciation Month and Pride Month

Happy June 1st! It is both the beginning to Pride Month, where we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and it is also the beginning of African-American Music Appreciation Month. 265 more words