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THURSDAY, 4.25 • “Anne of Green Gables,” presented by Northern Plains Christian Academy, 7 p.m., Northern Plains Baptist Church, 1604 S. Melgaard Road. • Fallout Art and Music Night, 7 p.m., Red Rooster Coffee House. ...
The Metropole, Hanoi’s legendary colonial hotel built in 1901, is offering four daily tours to its recently reopened underground concrete bunker where guests, staff and anti-war activists such as Joan Baez and Jane Fonda sought safety from U.S air...
The bonfire fight has never been hotter (or weirder) then it is right now. On April 12, I went to visit Assemblyman Allan Mansoor in his Costa Mesa office. I have been in touch with a number of local elected officials about the looming draconian ban...
Keller Curtis of Fallston and his father, Richard Tibbetts of Bel Air, participated in the first "Wall Washing" of the year April 13 at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C., to pay respect to those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom....
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Re "Comic had ark of characters," Obituary, April 13 I first met Jonathan Winters in 1967 in Vietnam. Not many Hollywood people did USO visits to our remote location. We never hosted the Bob Hope-type entertainers. Winters was brilliant. Before the...
The gig: David Tran, 68, founded hot sauce company Huy Fong Foods Inc. in Chinatown in 1980 and a few years later introduced Sriracha sauce to the U.S. His Sriracha, a version of a hot sauce originating in Si Racha, Thailand, quickly spread through...
Daily American Staff WriterEight men and women sat at attention in a Somerset County courtroom Thursday morning. A former Air Force veteran — once one of their own — was being sentenced for stealing more than $5,000 from Vietnam Veterans of America Somerset County...
When the government came for his land, Doan Van Vuon fought back -- first with the law, then with a shotgun. The fish farmer used rifles and explosives to battle police and soldiers seizing his converted swampland, injuring several officers in the...
Tags: Trials, Prisons, Punishment, Human Rights, Politics
“Kudos to the Connecticut legislature for their package of strong gun control bills. Yes, it would not have saved the Newtown children, because of the grandfather clause on high-capacity clips, but who knows how many people it may save in the...
The Hollywood entertainment marketing company the Cimarron Group has closed its office in Beijing after less than a year in operation. The development underscores the challenges American companies face when trying to do business in China, where movies...
The Vietnam 40th anniversary planning committee will meet at 3 p.m. today at the VFW post home, 821 Circle Drive. The veterans from the war will meet to finalize the memorial service and plan other events for the year. All Vietnam veterans are...
Did Don Draper cheat on Megan? You get an answer, but it is far from the point of the episode. "The Doorway," the good-but-not-great, often poetic (but also often very slow moving) Season 6 premiere is not an exuberant return. The action is often very...
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