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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • Huntington's new gallery rooms show promise

    Huntington's new gallery rooms show promise
    Sometimes an art museum opens new galleries more as an expression of ambition and possibility for the future than as the culmination of a completed achievement. That seems to be the case at the Huntington in San Marino, which on July 19 will inaugurate...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Austenland' on Starz

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Austenland' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 13 - 19, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Monumental Mysteries This new episode...
  • Biplane flips upon landing at Pennridge airport

    The Red Baron he was not. A pilot flying a bright red, WWI-era biplane failed to properly navigate the runway of Pennridge Regional Airport on Thursday morning, flipping tail-over-propeller upon landing and coming to rest upside-down at the edge of the...
  • Lehigh Valley tugboat is linked to only WWI attack on U.S. soil

    It was July 21, 1918 and World War I was in its final year. The Perth Amboy, a tugboat owned by the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co., and four barges were traveling off the coast of Cape Cod when a German submarine surfaced. The U-boat attacked the...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...
  • Serving their country, since the Civil War

    Ever since he was a child, 65-year-old Edward Mathis of Easton remembers some member of his family serving in the military. So, with that thought in mind last year, he researched the matter and found an unbroken chain that started long before he fought in...
  • Architect's vision: New life for downtown Catasauqua

    For more than a decade, Vincent Smith has sought to fill the four-block hole in the heart of Catasauqua. Last week, the Borough Council president saw renderings of what the long-awaited transplant might look like. From brick facades, windows...
  • James Largay: Lessons learned from 20th century horrors

    August's 100th anniversary of World War I's opening salvos prompted me to ask what can be learned from the Great War's military-directed mass slaughter of combatants. I also seek lessons in the 1933-1945 killings of millions of Jews and other...
  • 'Battlefield' examines war at Maitland Art Center

     'Battlefield' examines war at Maitland Art Center
    WHAT: The Art & History Museums — Maitland is showing "Battlefield," an exhibition that presents different perspectives on conflict as seen through the eyes of several artists. Among the represented artists are: • Andre Smith, the Maitland...
  • 'Andy Griffith,' 'NCIS' for July 4th

    'Andy Griffith,' 'NCIS' for July 4th
    The Fourth of July will be a time for marathons and holiday films. Beyond the fireworks, here are a few special events to keep in mind: "The Andy Griffith Show" gets a lot of love from TV Land. The channel offers episodes of the classic 1960s sitcom...
  • Aberdeen Proving Ground team has Syrian chemical weapons, ready to begin destruction

    Aberdeen Proving Ground team has Syrian chemical weapons, ready to begin destruction
    — After months of waiting, a team of chemists and engineers from Aberdeen Proving Ground is now ready to begin the historic destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, the Pentagon said Thursday. The work is to take place aboard a container ship...