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Columbia at 50 Part 10: Arts at the Heart of the New Town

This is the 10th part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. © Len Lazarick 2017 It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and […]

Columbia at 50 Part 10: Arts at the Heart of the New Town

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This is the 10th part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. © Len Lazarick 2017 It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and […]

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The Case for Christ: Skeptical journalist jarred by ‘Good News’

Mike Vogel portrays investigative reporter Lee Strobel in The Case for Christ. Lee Strobel – an award-winning legal journalist – seemed to have it all. A loving wife with two

Actor David Shuey as General John J. Pershing speaks to a Mizzou ROTC class at the University of Missouri. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Mizzou ROTC gleans invaluable lessons from ‘General Pershing’

Actor David Shuey presenting General John J. Pershing to the Mizzou ROTC. (Anthony C. Hayes) Everyone recalls that enthusiastic high school history teacher who would don a powdered wig on

World War I ‘Not the forgotten war’

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Patrouille de France honors oldest ally at WWI Centennial

KANSAS CITY: It has been three decades since the Patrouille de France last toured North America. The precision aerobatic demonstration team of the French Air Force stays busy on

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Libby O’Connell: World War I legacy, ‘The peace to end all peace’

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Doctors and nurses tend to injured doughboys at U.S. Army General Hospital No. 2 at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland.

Johns Hopkins physician remembered in ‘World War I New York’

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Columbia at 50 Part 9 Environment: Respecting the land while building a city

This is the ninth part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in

Is Genesis History: Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett.

Is Genesis History? New film ably addresses age-old question

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Columbia at 50 Part 8: Religion: Interfaith centers sought to bring congregations together

This is the eighth part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating

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