The Song that Unites the Nation by Victor Parachin After toiling for eight and a half months in an immense pit, seven stories deep, where the World Trade Center twin towers once stood, a final tribute was held […]
Running sub-four minute miles isn’t uncommon for today’s world-class track stars, but until May 6, 1954, experts were certain humans couldn’t run a mile in less than four minutes.
Hidden . . . until Now by Mary L. Hamilton Jane Ellis never suspected that accepting a friend’s invitation to a Houston Astros game would bring her face to face with her hero of the past four decades. […]
Elizabeth Fry: Friend to Outcasts by Jewell Johnson Crime was rampant in England in the early 1800s. Prisons were overcrowded. Men and women guilty of minor crimes such as stealing huddled in cells with vicious murderers. Concerned government […]