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  • Born amid KKK backlash, Columbus statue endures

    Born amid KKK backlash, Columbus statue endures
    In September 1928, the leaders of one of Easton's burgeoning immigrant communities met in their usual gathering place, the Italian Home on South Fifth Street, to talk about raising money for a gift for their new city. They decided to canvass the Italian...
  • Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Holocaust Center team on 'Best of Enemies'

    Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Holocaust Center team on 'Best of Enemies'
    WHAT: A very unlikely friendship is at the heart of "The Best of Enemies," opening Friday, Oct. 17, at Orlando Shakespeare Theater. The Shakes is teaming with the Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center in Maitland to present the play, based on...
  • Two challengers seek to unseat Wilton Manors mayor

    Two challengers seek to unseat Wilton Manors mayor
    There's a wicked twist to this year's race for mayor. One candidate challenging Mayor Gary Resnick helped organize the city's first Wicked Manors Halloween block-party in 2007, while the other is awaiting trial on a felony charge for allegedly attacking...
  • The havoc one man can wreak

    The havoc one man can wreak
    The man who jumped over the White House fence and sprinted through the main floor of the mansion could have gotten even farther had it not been for an off-duty Secret Service agent who was coincidentally in the house and leaving for the night. ... He...
  • The legacy of Berkeley's Free Speech Movement

    To the editor: The article looking back 50 years to UC Berkeley's Free Speech Movement and the specific focus on Mario Savio brought back powerful memories. ("Graying activists return to Berkeley to mark '64 free speech protests," Sept. 27) My campus...
  • Vandals won't stop Holiday services

    Vandals won't stop Holiday services
    Anti-Semitic vandalism has struck Miami-Dade County again. Following a summer of local anti-Semitic incidents, two synagogues were recently desecrated with hate symbols — Temple Beth Tov-Ahavat Shalom in West Miami, which was vandalized with spray...
  • Religion and oil: Two things about Islamic State no one wants to discuss

    To the editor: I read with frustration Doyle McManus' column on President Obama's strategic options for combating the threat from Islamic State. ("Obama's strategy to defeat Islamic State: a coalition of frenemies," Op-Ed, Sept. 6) Every week I read...
  • Deadly rampage against Pa. state troopers has the frightening indications of domestic terrorism

    There is something deeply disturbing about last Friday's attacks on two state troopers in Pike County, apart from the wrenching tragedy involving the death of one officer and the wounding of another. This has all the marks of domestic terrorism. There...
  • Frederick Douglass portrait installed at Government House

    Frederick Douglass portrait installed at Government House
    Frederick Douglass, the Maryland-born slave turned abolitionist leader, has become the first African-American to have his portrait hung in the governor's official residence in Annapolis. Gov. Martin O'Malley, first lady Katie Curran O'Malley and Lt. Gov....
  • Prosecutors toss three cases over police links to KKK

    Prosecutors toss three cases over police links to KKK
    Prosecutors in Lake County have tossed three pending criminal cases because of an FBI report linking two former Fruitland Park police officers to the Ku Klux Klan. All three cases – two misdemeanor batteries and a felony traffic case –...
  • KKK uses candy to recruit in small North Florida city

    KKK uses candy to recruit in small North Florida city
    Community members of a rural North Florida city are finding plastic bags filled with candy and Ku Klux Klan propaganda in their front yards, First Coast News reports.  Residents of the city -- located about 30 miles north of Gainesville in rural Union...