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Dolores Jean Grey Reynolds worked to make her customers feel at home during the 17 years she owned and ran the venerable South Side restaurant Army & Lou's. A successful business executive before buying Army & Lou's, Ms. Reynolds had no culinary...
Snow was falling on a crisp December morning in 2005 when the Rev. Billy Kyles stood at the corner of Washington Street and dedicated a three-block stretch of what had been Chapin Street to Dr. Martin Luther King Drive. The ceremony was deeply laden...
In a sea of empty lots in Chicago's North Lawndale neighborhood sits a faded relic that is one of the most historically significant American movie theaters still standing. When it opened in 1917, the red-brick, three-story Central Park Theatre was...
An exhibit at the Johns Hopkins Evergreen House that was thrown into doubt this week is back on, but without two artworks at the crux of a dispute between the artist and the curator. The two large pieces in question — one depicting a cross, the...
Tags: Judaism, Fine Artists, Artists, Arts and Culture, Museums
Tamerlan Tsarnaev was thrown out of a mosque for shouting, "You cannot mention this guy (Martin Luther King Jr.) because he's not a Muslim" [April 21, news, "Brother 'Changed Drastically'"]. It wasn't about how he was treated here; it was about things...
As a South Bend resident who holds Martin Luther King Jr. in high esteem for all he did to move our country forward, I suggest extending Martin Luther King Drive all the way from Lincoln Way West to Western Avenue. First, MLK Jr. deserves to be honored...
Tags: Lobbying, Elections, Politics, Israel, Barack Obama
Back in February, before we knew about crippling fears of water and low likeability factors and One Mullet to Rule Them All, 11 teams began a race around the world. Stuff happened with cheese and haggis. Alliances formed, craziness surfaced, teeth...
Perhaps this is a Jackie Robinson moment, a historic point in time — but it doesn't feel like one. It feels so inevitable that we had to be reminded that it hadn't already happened. We refer of course to National Basketball Association player...
WDBJ7 ReporterA half-century ago, one moment, and one group's decision to disobey the law, forever changed the history of Danville and the south. It's called Bloody Monday because of the violence that happened that day in the fight for civil rights. The law said...
She stood with her husband, peanut butter sandwiches and homemade signs in hand, at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial, and she was mesmerized as she listened to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his "I Have a Dream" speech. "His was the speech that...
West HartfordFirst graders at Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Hartford today slipped into of one the biggest roles of their lives as they presented their heroes during the annual "Hero Show" produced by first grade teacher Joyce Ben-Kiki. The show was the...
Tags: Thomas Edison, Abraham Lincoln, Heroism
Isaiah Dixon Jr., a jazz fan, world traveler and four-term state delegate from Baltimore City whose accomplishments included introducing a bill that made cross burnings a felony in Maryland, died of heart failure April 26 at Stella Maris Hospice in...
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