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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • Judge Refuses to Dismiss MGM's James Bond Case Against Universal

    A federal judge has refused to dismiss MGM's lawsuit against Universal, claiming that their in-the-works project "Section 6" infringes on the lucrative James Bond franchise. U.S. District Judge James Otero refused to toss the suit, but otherwise did...
  • Family: Visit Lehigh Valley area museums for free Saturday

    Family: Visit Lehigh Valley area museums for free Saturday
    If you've been thinking about taking the family to check out one of the Lehigh Valley's local museums, there's no better day than Saturday. Entrance to 11 Lehigh Valley museums will be free Saturday as part of Museum Day Live! hosted by Smithsonian...
  • Maureen Corrigan on 'So We Read On'

    Maureen Corrigan on 'So We Read On'
    Its greatness is right there in the title, not to mention on every page. But "The Great Gatsby," the 1925 masterpiece by F. Scott Fitzgerald, occupies an oddly precarious position in the ranks of Great American Novels. As a staple of high school...
  • Review: 'A Terrible Beauty' ★★★ 1/2

    Review: 'A Terrible Beauty' ★★★ 1/2
    "A Terrible Beauty," its title taken from a famous poem by W.B. Yeats and premiering at 8 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Siskel Film Center, is a docudrama of extraordinary power. It is about bullets flying and bodies falling, but it will capture...
  • In 'Great War' exhibit, Chicago's role and some rousing tunes

    In 'Great War' exhibit, Chicago's role and some rousing tunes
    It's hard to know, at a Newberry Library exhibition, which to like more, the propaganda posters or the sheet music? The downtown historical library has lots of both, further examples of which are part of a new, double-exhibit show looking at American...
  • Review: 'The Disunited States' by Vladimir Pozner

    Review: 'The Disunited States' by Vladimir Pozner
    French intellectuals love trying to figure out America. Essential to our victory in the Revolutionary War, our first international ally, and beloved by Founding Fathers Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, France occupies an odd space in the...
  • Next Virginia-class submarine will honor Vermont

    The Navy broke with tradition when it named a Virginia-class submarine for a person: former senator John Warner. Having recently christened the Warner, the service has returned to its practice of naming Virginia-class boats for states. Vermont gets...
  • READER SUBMITTED: World War One Pigeon Program For Kids

    Join us at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28 in the Wykeham Room of the Gunn Memorial Library and Museum in Washington for a free program for kids about World War One pigeons. The book, "Fly, Cher Ami, Fly!," about the famous pigeon who helped save the "Lost...
  • MV Cape Ray returns to Hampton Roads

    MV Cape Ray returns to Hampton Roads
    The Merchant Marines ship MV Cape Ray and its crew earned two honors Friday for its mission to neutralize 600 tons of deadly Syrian chemical weapons. The crew received the Merchant Marine Medal for Outstanding Achievement and the Cape Ray earned the...
  • Delray city workers may get Veterans Day off

    Delray city workers may get Veterans Day off
    Delray Beach City Hall will be closed an extra day as employees may get another paid day off — and a celebration to go along with it. After finding out that Delray Beach is the only city in Palm Beach County open for business on Veterans Day,...
  • Fort Lauderdale airport once home to golfers, hunters

    Fort Lauderdale airport once home to golfers, hunters
    In the 1920s, it was a nice little golf course, enjoyed by the locals and played by a president — until it was trashed by a hurricane. On Thursday, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will open its state-of-the art, 8,000-foot south...