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The Human Nature of Cape Cod

Returning home from World War Two, John Hay found himself washed ashore on Cape Cod. He went to work for the local newspaper, wandered the tidal flats, dunes, and forests of the Cape, and wrote. 766 more words


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Today’s Super 7 > FRIDAY / JUNE 10, 2016

“We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to.” We make it as easy as 1-2-3. 1,664 more words

Cleveland Indians play host to Senate Athletic league's baseball championship

We hosted the Senate Athletic League’s baseball championship game this afternoon on a beautiful sunny day at Progressive Field!

The participants had a lot of fun, but Rhodes came away with the win, defeating John Hay with a final score of 7-1.

Upcoming: THE STATESMAN AND THE STORYTELLER by Mark Zwonitzer (Algonquin)

As mentioned earlier today, the 1850s-1910s is approximately my favourite period of America history. In The Statesman and the Storyteller, Mark Zwonitzer recounts the friendship of John Hay and Mark Twain. 303 more words


Aurora at Bedford highlights tonight's games

Aurora at Bedford highlight, tonight’s games

By Bryant K. Kizer

Sports Writer

There will be a lot of green in the building as the Aurora Greenmen battle hosting Bedford Bearcats tonight in the Division 1, Solon District tournament. 117 more words

High School Basketball

A Postscript to Lincoln's Blind Memorandum

One of best-known stories about Lincoln concerns his so-called “blind memorandum.” On the morning of August 23, Lincoln took a sheet of paper from his desk and scribbled a note to himself, his cabinet, and (ultimately) the nation: 562 more words

Emerging Civil War

When in Baguio

Happy New Year everyone! I just came back from our annual family trip in Baguio City for the holidays. Been going to this place since I was very young and I have seen it grow so much from building to building over the past years. 1,058 more words