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If you do not know what to look for when buying Chainsaws a History, it is not easy to make the right decision. There is a too big risk of choosing Chainsaws a History and being disappointed when you receive … Continue reading
Campaign Action A leading association of political scientists have released the data from their most recent survey and a ratings-obsessed Donald Trump is not going to be happy. They detailed their findings in the New York Times: Since our previous survey in 2014, … Continue reading
Once upon a time, about 75 years ago, Detroit’s east side sported a hugely influential black section, stretching from the flashy black entertainment district downtown known as “Paradise Valley” up along Hastings and Oakland into the North End and to … Continue reading
A New York City principal is under investigation by city officials after allegedly blocking a Black History lesson. Protestors, including parents and educators, gathered at the school I.S. 224, which is comprised of 95% black and Hispanic students, at the … Continue reading
Throughout the Caribbean, in Brazil and here on the U.S. mainland Carnival, Mardi Gras and other heavily African-influenced traditions are a testament to the survival and persistence of black cultures in the diaspora. Carnival season in Puerto Rico came and … Continue reading
On This Day in Football: Stoke keeper makes history, France begin record run – originally posted on Sportslens.com On this day in 1952, Stoke City goalkeeper Dennis Herod achieved one of the bravest yet bizarre feats in English football. Stoke … Continue reading
There’s nothing like watching the sheer joy and emotion of American athletes when their Olympic dreams come true. We’ve got pics of their ecstatic celebrations.
Vincent Zhou just made history! The 17-year-old skater landed the first ever quad Lutz in the Olympics! Get to know this talented star better!
Jamie Anderson just made Olympic history as the first female snowboarder to earn two gold medals — not to mention they were in the same event — but she still hasn’t “really gotten to soak everything in,” she tells PEOPLE. … Continue reading
Normally, when you think of Hamtramck history, it’s not unusual to focus on the high concentration of Polish people that used to set it apart as an ethnic enclave. “A Touch of Europe in America” was the old city slogan, … Continue reading
ST. LOUIS, MO — Want to earn Extra Credit for President’s Day? Watch our “Presidential Libraries Museums and More” Special on Monday, February 19th, at 4pm on KPLR 11. Then print out our quiz! Over the past two years we’ve … Continue reading
On This Day in Football: Bobby Moore hits England century, Arsenal create history – originally posted on Sportslens.com On this day in 1973, England legend Bobby Moore earned his 100th cap for the Three Lions as they played Scotland at … Continue reading
In our modern times, we have bathrooms, even very innovative ones. Don’t they make you wonder how people used to bath in the past? They definitely did not access water as easily as we do nowadays, but, for sure, they … Continue reading
Betty Robinson becomes the first woman to take gold in a track and field event in 1928. American athlete Betty Robinson (second from left) wins the final of the women's 100-meter event during the Olympic Games in Amsterdam on July … Continue reading
GANGNEUNG, South Korea (AP) — Mirai Nagasu and Adam Rippon shared tears of sorrow when they were left off the Olympic team four years ago, each of them passed over in decisions that could have gone either way. They shed … Continue reading