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  • Liberty Park
    Assassination of President Garfield delays the opening of Liberty Park
    On April 20,1881, MayorFeramorzLittleand the Salt Lake City Councilauthorized thepurchaseof110 acresat the southeast edge of the cityfrom the estate of Brigham Youngfor the purpose of establishingagrandcity park. The purchase price of $27,500 ...
  • San Francisco sanctuary city policy led to murder of Kate Steinle?
    San Francisco 'sanctuary city' policy led to murder of Kate Steinle?
    Kate Steinle was walking on a famous tourist pier Wednesday with her father in San Francisco when she was brutally shot to death allegedly by an undocumented immigrant who has been deported five times to Mexico, according to FoxNewstoday, Saturday...
  • July 4th
    Celebrating our national birthday
    In the 12th chapter of Genesis, God made a promise to Abraham that his descendants would become a great nation. Though it did not happen overnight, but instead required centuries to come to pass; never the less, in time the nation God promised...
  • Fourth of July entertainment this weekend
    Music, food and entertainment this holiday weekend
    The best way to start your Fourth of July weekend is with the Asheville, N.C., Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band and The Funk Ark performing tonight at The Hamilton in the nation's capital (8:30 p.m.). This crazy, fun show features outrageous...
  • Confederates Take Over the Shriver House
    Confederates Take the Shriver House
    During the course of the infamous three-day Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate sharpshooters took over the Shriver family’s own home. The used the attic window as a vantage point for firing riffles, took furnishings from the home to build a...
  • OKCPS new school conduct plan
    Neu's promised student management plan released by OKCPS this week
    Oklahoma City Public Schools this week rolls out the new process promised last year by Superintendent Rob Neu, providing professional instruction and support for teachers regarding improved andsystematic handling of discipline of students.Neu...
  • Historic Chakeres Logan Theatre
    Restoration of historic theatre slated to boost small town
    Bygone eras of American life saw opera houses and theatre buildings as bustling centers of activities in many towns across America. Traveling entertainers, such as vaudevillians, Hollywood cowboys, and other theatrical performers drew locals to...
  • Independence Day at Disneyland
    Independence Day at Disneyland Resorts
    The 4th of July is a summer time holiday that commemorates America's independence and patriotic spirit. Throughout the U.S., people celebrate this holiday by hosting barbecues, vacations and large firework displays. The aroma of barbecue and...
  • Anniversary celebrations and Independence Day events in Gettysburg
    Gettysburg Anniversary and Independence Day town happenings
    The borough of Gettysburg is bubbling with activities. As you have read previously, the National Military Park has plenty planned in the way of anniversary events and programs, but other locations town-wide will be holding special activity and...
  • Jordan Spieth will cost Under Armour a lot of money
    Under Armour boss says golfer Jordan Spieth will cost company lots of money
    Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank recently signed golfing sensation Jordan Spieth to a new 10-year contract which he admits is "going to end up costing us a lot of money," according to CBS Sports. But Plank further said, "I'd say it&...
  • Moon lit night
    Greater Philadelphia: Four for your moonlit summer nights
    Summery breezes, under a shimmering moon, are made extraordinarily fun at these four spots. For those of you naturally nocturnal, or especially so in the summer when nightfall arrives at its latest hour, these single night and full summer events...
  • Continental Congress
    Help from a powerful Friend
    Following the American Revolution, delegates to the Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia in an effort to organize the government for the newly born nation now known as the United States of America. It was the summer of 1787 and the...
  • John Heinz Refuge: Home to the free and the brave
    John Heinz Refuge: Home to the free and the brave
    As we ready to celebrate another Independence Day in the Philadelphia region, a wide variety of birds and wildlife celebrate, too, for this protected land and marsh that allows them to survive. John Heinz Refuge doesn’t pamper, mind you,...
  • Stoneleigh Hotel
    Don't miss the last event in the Dallas Historical Society's summer series
    The Dallas Historical Society has taken the concept of brown-bag history lectures at high noon and created, essentially, historical pub crawls by the light of the moon, so to speak, with their "Pour Yourself Into History" series.April&...
  • Ribfest crowds
    Lake in the Hills Ribfest returns the weekend after 4th of July
    It’s time for some lip smackin’ BBQ. With its annual rib community cook-off, Rockin’ Ribfest returns to Lake in the Hills July 9-12.Located at Sunset Park on Miller Road, Ribfest has something for everyone. With renowned...
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