Seventy plus years marks the end of a reign of terror? We'd "Never Again" allow mankind to forget those atrocities committed & allow them to plunge so far off the moral compass. Are we repeating our past?
My dad taught us how to ice skate on the lake when we were young. See some fun videos and learn more...
A nostalgic look at growing up in the 1960's. A look at the television shows from back then, board games, outdoor games, and even a fantastic candy bar, the "Seven Up" candy bar. A look at how being raised back then is much different from the way children are being raised today.
Research into a local restaurant turns up interesting information about pre-World War II Long Island, including a glimpse into an infamous group of Nazi supporters, German submarines, and espionage.
train stations are neat=o/ Here's a bio of Portland, Oregon's Union Station
The New York World’s Fair opened in New York in 1964. To young New Yorkers this was a wonderous place. To older New Yorkers it wasn’t as good as the 1939 World’s Fair. This article will give some passing mentions to a few other World’s Fairs and some related events.
"Clang, clang, clang, went the trolley ..." The words of that old familiar Trolley Song bring memories, to me, of the wartime 1940s in Yonkers, N.Y. The city boasted trolley cars until the early '50s.
From 1976-2012 Andrews AFB hosted a joint service open house. In 2014 Andrews AFB announced they will no longer host an open house. Here is a look back at the Andrews AFB Joint Service Open Houses.
Yonkers, N.Y., was a bustling community in the '30s and '40s when I grew up. It was once "The City of Gracious Living." Recently it was referred to in the New York Times as "Beirut-on-the-Hudson."
My great grandfather, Albert Battle, was recording by a local jouralist in 1989 talking about growing up in early 1900s England. The Hub goes into first-hand detail of just want it was like.