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Parade Season

By and large, I hate parades. You can ask my mother or anyone who ever did marching band with me. They’re just pointless to me. I don’t even like watching them. 418 more words

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1 Firefighter Injured While Battling Irwin Blaze

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IRWIN (KDKA) – One firefighter was being treated at a local hospital after a fire early Wednesday morning in Irwin, Westmoreland County. 83 more words

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Chief Petty Officers’ Centennial Time Capsule

On a recent lunchtime bike ride I found myself at the United States Navy Memorial, located on Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, between 7th and 9th Streets in Downtown D.C. 321 more words

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Can you tour the White House?

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When investigating visiting the White House it is straight forward for a US national but for overseas tourists it becomes a problem. The website directs you to ask for permission to tour the White House via your embassy. 1,314 more words

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Vehicle Flees Scene After Hitting House On North Side

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle that hit a home in Pittsburgh’s Manchester neighborhood, and then drove away from the scene. 246 more words

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John’s Believe It Or Not… September 21st

In 1826 – Col John By starts to build the Rideau Canal. In 1792 Monarchy abolished in France. In 1938 The Great New England Hurricane. In 1985 Clooney makes Facts of Life debut. 13 more words

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[Living jim crow in the Urban South - Narrative No. 1: Miles in Baltimore, 1955]

By 1955 Rhythm and Blues encroached on jazz’s long-held place of honor, especially in black communities.  In black Baltimore, in fact, during early March that year, the Royal Theatre – an iconic jazz venue — welcomed Al Hibbler, La Vern Baker, and others for an “all-star” rhythm and blues show.  834 more words

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