Jay Johnson inherited from his mom a priceless home full of buried treasures that have consumed his later years and kept him where he says he’s been all his life: poor. She left him something else: a keen interest in history, and a desire to tell the family story by preserving her grandfather’s Old Prospect Inn. Read more →
Maine’s governor says the effort by communities to remove Confederate monuments is like taking down a 9/11 memorial. No it’s not.
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It was dueling walkouts at a meeting of the Capitol Preservation Committee Tuesday when Republicans and DFLers fought the battle of the Governor’s Reception Room paintings. Read more →
A Pennsylvania auction company has decided not to sell the skull of a person found near a spot where a field hospital once stood on the Gettysburg battle site. Read more →
The inability to plan a future, time is up for old white people, want to buy a hot coleus, the angry Lego, andthe boys of Wasioja. Read more →