Archive: August, 2014

I’ll Have Another Horse Trainer To Be Suspended After Belmont

May 28th, 2012
I’ll Have Another Horse Trainer To Be Suspended After Belmont

I’ll Have Another Horse Trainer To Be Suspended After Belmont, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I’ll Have Another galloped over the track at Belmont on Friday for the first time, about 12 hours after news broke that the colt’s trainer had been suspended 45 days. Doug O’Neill is not in danger of missing the final […]

America’s Must-See Civil War Sites: Washington, D.C.

May 28th, 2012
America’s Must-See Civil War Sites: Washington, D.C.

America’s Must-See Civil War Sites: Washington, D.C., One hundred fifty years ago, the United States was plunging inexorably into the Civil War, in which more than 600,000 Americans died — almost as many as all other U.S. wars combined. The war’s sesquicentennial is drawing travelers to numerous sites around the country that commemorate the conflict; […]

Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington

May 28th, 2012
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington

Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Two soldiers from the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment worked their way along a row of grave sites in Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday afternoon. Approximately 220,000 flags will be inserted in front of the graves before Memorial Day. Tens of thousands of visitors are expected to flock to Arlington National Cemetery […]

President Abraham Lincoln & Memorial Day

May 28th, 2012
President Abraham Lincoln & Memorial Day

President Abraham Lincoln & Memorial Day, We pause once again from our usual political analysis and commentary to recognize what should be one of our nation’s most cherished holidays. Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day. It’s origins date back to the Civil War as a day to commemorate fallen Union soldiers, yet Southerners […]

Memorial Amphitheater At Arlington National Cemetery

May 28th, 2012
Memorial Amphitheater At Arlington National Cemetery

Memorial Amphitheater At Arlington National Cemetery, A former Huntington man will lead prayer at a national Memorial Day observance program today at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Following a prelude by the United States Army Band and a presidential Armed Forces full honor wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Col. Steven Berry, […]

What Is A Bodega

May 27th, 2012
What Is A Bodega

What Is A Bodega, In some parts of America, it’s called a “party store.” In others it’s called a “corner store.” And elsewhere it’s a “grocery”. In New York City, the term for a small, local retailer that sells everything from beer to diapers is “bodega,” and it was in the stockroom of one of […]