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Pictures of life and love: Each is an escape from the daily drudge
My desk remained bare for the first two years of my employment at the Cleveland Daily Banner. Actually, the word “bare” is a bit misleading. More often than not, there are heaps of newspapers, pamp...
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Reflections on an old soldier, and a good man
“The tragedy of war is that it uses man's best to do man's worst.” — Harry Emerson Fosdick American Pastor (1878-1969) ——— Funny thing about Dad, I loved the man dearly and deep inside I probably a...
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The 11th Hour
Tuesday is Nov. 11 and anyone who has been in the military knows that is Veterans Day, a day set aside to thank U.S. veterans for their service to our country. It also commemorates the end of World...
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A Doughboy’s Story: World War I soldier writes home
(Editor’s Note: Titled “A Doughboy’s Story,” the following submission to the Cleveland Daily Banner is written by Dr. Jim Burns, a professor emeritus at the University of Florida who is a periodic ...
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Greenway fosters a unique type of R&R that can benefit anyone
Displaying public art in Cleveland is both potentially rewarding and risky. It is rewarding when the community shows pride of ownership for public art and develops a healthy concern for areas of ou...
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