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Vietnam War (1955-1975)

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  • Survivalist expert: Lots of places for Frein to hide in Poconos

    Survivalist expert: Lots of places for Frein to hide in Poconos
    The many portraits of Eric Frein that have emerged since he was named the suspect in the slaying of a state trooper paint him as a quick study, someone who immerses himself in the molecular details of his passions — military history and reenactments...
  • Lehigh Valley Events: Save the dates

    GLASS BLAST: Experience a scorching evening of glassblowing, live music and food 7-10 p.m. Friday at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks to support the Glass Studio at the Banana Factory. Glass Blast begins by selecting a hand-blown glass filled with...
  • On Theater: 'Beat' earns its foot-tapping

    On Theater: 'Beat' earns its foot-tapping
    Recall any decade in American history over the latter half of the 20th century and chances are you'll conjure up some music to go with it. Each decade has its own definitive sound. This was the reasoning behind "The Beat Goes On," an original show...
  • Rory Kennedy recounts the 1975 fall of Saigon in new film

    Rory Kennedy recounts the 1975 fall of Saigon in new film
    Rory Kennedy thought she already knew something of the Vietnam War, of its tragedy and lingering scars on America and the Vietnamese. When she was approached about making a documentary on the final hours of U.S. involvement there, the director wondered...
  • Sept. 24, 1969: Strange day, indeed

    Sept. 24, 1969: Strange day, indeed
    On Sept. 24, 1969, Chicago hosted a double-header of tragicomedy, the kind of spectacles in which you didn't know whether to laugh or cry. One ended that day: a Cubs pennant run that, only two weeks earlier, looked likely to bring a World Series to...
  • Eric Frein search continues, Pocono Mountain schools reopen

    Eric Frein search continues, Pocono Mountain schools reopen
    Students in the Pocono Mountain School District returned to school under tight security Tuesday morning as police continued to search for Eric Frein, the survivalist and military buff accused of fatally shooting one state trooper and seriously wounding...
  • Civilian Firepower Put Police In Arms Race

    When I graduated from the Hartford Police Academy in 1964, I was given a Colt .38-cal. police revolver, which held six bullets. This was more than enough firepower to keep us safe as we protected the city. Our heaviest piece of equipment was a patrol...
  • Los Angeles' art world is bigger and wider

    Los Angeles' art world is bigger and wider
    On a hot, arid, mid-August evening at the small but splendid Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights, the tower's sonorous bell rang. Red double-doors opened wide, and a few hundred people filed inside, filling the pews in the handsome English...
  • Maywood fire chief: Patriotic sticker controversy blown out of proportion

    Maywood fire chief: Patriotic sticker controversy blown out of proportion
    Maywood's fire chief said the controversy over his order to have all patriotic and personal stickers removed from firefighters' helmets and lockers — including American flags and 9/11 memorials — was blown out of proportion. ┬áChief Craig...
  • Remember our troops who fought for freedom

    Remember our troops who fought for freedom
    With the tragic and recent death of comedian Joan Rivers and the seemingly endless coverage of her life and accomplishments, I would like to add my personal thoughts. Life is not about the length, but rather about the quality. I believe Joan Rivers'...
  • Ex-Gov. Tom Ridge promotes rights of disabled in the workforce

    HARRISBURG — John Angelo says he has an "amazing gift to share." It's his life story. For nearly his entire adult life, Angelo, 42, has gone to work at Gatti Pharmacy near his childhood home in the small town of Indiana, Indiana County, 177...