Lectures, Books, Exhibits Raise Community Awareness
Every time someone talks about a building that no longer exists
or a business that operates only in memory, the subject is
But for those venerable institutions and structures that have continued to stand strong over time—like the 100-year-old Queensboro Bridge—the history is cause for celebration. More...
The day before Halloween, the White House released a partial list of visitors since Jan. 20 of this year. The list is fascinating and highlights exactly what kind of house the Obamas are running. More...
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Thanking All Veterans For Serving Country With Honor
When then-Governor Ronald Reagan introduced returning POW John McCain at a speaking engagement in 1974, the future president asked, “Where do we find such men?”
He was speaking of many veterans, when he answered, “We find them in our streets, in the office, the shops and the working places of our country and on the farms.” More...
Wartime Billboards Were Tribute To Locals Serving Their Country
The date of the newspaper with this week’s “Our Neighborhood” column is one day after Nov. 11—Veterans Day.
In recognizing the importance of this national commemoration, we have a photo of the Glendale Honor Roll. More...