Community Cooking Classes, 3:30-5 p.m., Jordan Valley Community Health Center, 440 E. Tampa St. Healthy tips and handouts, holiday recipes with free recipe cards and food samples. The class ... “Twelfth Night, or What You Will,” 7:30 p.m., Coger.
The city has seen some of the worst fighting since the civil war broke out in 2011. A four-year offensive—dubbed “Syria's Stalingrad” by the press—pounded Aleppo with relentless airstrikes that allegedly included chemical weapons attacks in 2016.
It's likely a teenage Charles Blanchard watched the first Milwaukee men to enlist in the Civil War train at camps in the city before marching off to their destiny. When he joined the fight at the age of 18, he served just four months in Company D of.
Directors Lynn Novick (@LynnNovick) and Ken Burns (@KenBurns) tell Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd about the effort it took to produce their 18-hour documentary about the Vietnam War that concludes this week on PBS. ... Without the foreigners, no war. That's.
It's an oddity of the Burns technique that many of his most conspicuous interviewees—including the novelist and historian Shelby Foote, in “The Civil War ,” and the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, in “Jazz”—also have an editorial role. They become part of.
Civil War culture ... Photography, another relatively new development, brought the horrific imagery of the war into the urban centers of the North. Finally, the Civil War had a tremendous economic impact, particularly in the South, where a northern.
A travel warning indicates a major conflict (unstable government, civil war or frequent terrorist attacks) within the country and means that the government wants Americans to reconsider their visit. The department also issues travel alert for "short.
Wilson, a 2002 Geneseo graduate, owns Victorian Photography Studio, in Gettysburg, Pa. He uses the same techniques as photographers from the mid-1800s at his studio, which caters to tourists and Civil War reenactors alike. Wilson specializes in a .
Real estate agent Justin Shaw displays a few of his prized possessions: a painting created by a Northern white rhino; a shadow box with a Civil War medal and photograph of a soldier wearing that medal; Civil War bullets; and a WWII Japanese bugle.
Its northern chimney ... After the war, he did much photography in the West and took many pictures of the Hopi and Navajo tribes. He was part of a U.S. Geological Survey team on the Isthmus of Panama during an early attempt to create a canal.
The exhibition “Failing Leviathan: Magnum Photographers and Civil ... that Werner Bischof captured during the Korean War in 1952 is uncommon; today, countries don’t invite journalists en masse to witness civil war. Moreover, far fewer publications.
This post is the second piece in a two-part series about how journalists can protect both their physical safety and mental health, as well as the health and safety of their subjects, when covering dangerous or traumatic events. You can read part.
Lawmaker apologizes for saying La. leaders should be 'lynched' for removing Confederate monuments Jackson Clarion Ledger.
RETSIL -- More than 100 years after his death, a Civil War soldier was finally laid to rest with full military honors at the Washington Veterans Home at Retsil on Thursday. Zachariah M. Stucker served as a musician and later as a private in the Union's.