On November 19, 2021, a new memorial to the pioneer George Bush family was unveiled on the campus of the State Capitol. Jennifer Kilmer, director of the Washington State Historical Society, former
Wendy Culverwell and Christina Rhodes
About six years ago, Cindy Mosley-Cleary took over a gift shop in downtown Kennewick and turned it into his own store, filled with fascinating refreshmen
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The Shavin Sculpture Garden damaged by Hurricane Ida is under restoration.
The garden is owned by Nichols State University and was created by self-taught artist Kenny Hill when he moved
In 2019, Whitehurst-Ware American Legion Post 539 in New Bern, North Carolina celebrated the 100th birthday of the American Legion by cleaning the local World War I monument in front of the Craven
The Brunswick City Council voted to demolish this monument in November 2020.
Ahmad Arbery trial reveals ethnic history in Georgia
In a park less than a mile from the Georgia State Court
Long before I heard its name, I knew the spirit of Day of the Dead. When we were children, our family would travel to the small Mexican village of Jalcocotan every year. This is where my parents gr
The return of Art Basel and Miami Art Week made the Magic City lively. From the appearance of luxury fashion brands and the rise of artists to the flagship products of the Miami art world, such as