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More than 400 years after America’s first permanent English settlement rose from the ground, archaeologists are combining local clay, loam and black needle rush grass in an experimental effort to recreate the unique method used to construct some...
When College of William and Mary president Benjamin Ewell returned home at the Civil War’s end, he found the Wren Yard violently transformed. Burned by Union troops in September 1862, the charred brick ruins of the Sir Christopher Wren Building...
Stop by the corner of Prince George and Boundary streets on almost any morning and you’re likely to see the old brick walks busy with pedestrian traffic. Curious tourists shuffle past between Merchants Square and the Historic Area, mixing with...
World NowThree years ago, when the armed gang showed up at Cieneguillas prison, they managed to free 53 inmates -- including killers, kidnappers and drug cartel gunmen. Not a shot was fired, and the warden was arrested on suspicion that it was an inside job....
World NowGoogle Street View now available for Mexico archaeological sites....
KIAHIt's a legend that is said to have begun with Hernan Cortes in 1526, and one that may end with the University of Houston in 2012. The Lost City of Cuidad Blanca on the northern coast of Honduras. For centuries hunters and travelers have reported sightings...
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An authentic Indiana Jones is alive and well, right here in town. Baltimore, meet Douglas Comer. Operating rather inconspicuously from his Charles Village-based firm Cultural Site Research and Management, Comer has overseen some of the region's most...
Channel 2 NewsThe ancient remains of three people found in the town of McGrath are expected to be sent off for carbon dating in the next week, but results on some of the materials found around the bodies has added a glimpse into how old they could be. In October,...
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CT's Vampires: Haunting Archaeological Evidence of a Strange Historical Panic and Desecrated Grave SitesBy now, you've probably heard about the state's lame-ass new "Connecticut – Still Revolutionary" tourism slogan. Maybe what we need is to juice it up with something historically cool and spooky. How about adding: "And still Land of the Undead!"...
KTLA NewsSaturday @ 11am Halloween Golf Tournament Malibu Golf Club 901 Encinal Canyon Road Malibu www.lcfamerica.org Ohhh! Temper! Temper! Golfers might try the first ever Halloween Golf Tournament in Malibu, where players "Tee It Up" in costume to fight Lung...
Archaeologists have uncovered the stone and brick foundation of a St. Mary's City structure that served as Maryland's first state house. The Calvert House site was identified in the 1980s. On Thursday, the Historic St. Mary's City museum announced its...
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KTLA NewsSaturday @ 10am 7th Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival Crenshaw Boulevard Between Stocker & Rodeo Road Los Angeles 323 299 3800 www.tasteofsoul.org This is the LARGEST street fair in Los Angeles! Enjoy activities for the entire family, some of the...
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