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3 hours agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

Paul Taylor Dance Company “Arden Court”, “Beloved Renegade”, “Promethean Fire” Eisenhower Theater The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC May 26, 2016 by George Jackson © 2016 by George Jackson Paul Taylor plays with the casual and the formal as if these were twin concepts and not opposite poles. Show More Summary

On this day … a commitment to science, technology and space

And humanity. On this day, 55 years ago, President John F. Kennedy challenged Congress and Americans to think big, to look beyond the stirrings of conflict in the developing world, to “turn recession into recovery”, and to turn our eyes to the stars. Unemployment was 7.1%, the peak of the recession. And the recovery he led — [...]Show More Summary

Equality, Empowerment, Unity -- Bring Back the Draft

Anyone know where this country went? "And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country." - President John F. Kennedy -- Inaugural Address 1/20/61 Today, it seems to be all about self. Show More Summary

Facts and Figures About the U.S. Elder Population

4 days agoHealth / Aging : Time Goes By

Back in 1963, President John F. Kennedy designated May as Senior Citizens Month. Two years later, Congress passed the Older American's Act to deal with a lack of community services for elders. The Act established the U.S. Administration on Aging...

Peace Corps coming to Vietnam for first time

The Peace Corps was established in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy to promote world peace and friendship. [...] more than 220,000 Americans have served in 141 host countries.

Shocker! JFK’s ‘Secret Son’ Betrays Family, Endorses GOP Candidate Donald Trump!

It’s a shocking political twist from one of the most famous American dynasties: The alleged secret son of John F. Kennedy is officially a Donald Trump supporter! Jack Rodney Worthington… READ ON

JFK celebrates birthday in Madison Square Garden in 1962

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Many wished President John F. Kennedy a happy birthday including Marilyn Monroe in Madison Square Garden.

Marilyn Monroe's Famous Birthday Tribute To JFK Wasn't The Only One That Night

When people hear "John F. Kennedy" and "birthday" in the same sentence, their minds typically go to the one and only Marilyn Monroe. Her sultry rendition of "Happy Birthday" to the president in 1962 is certainly memorable, but what most people don't realize is that Monroe wasn't the only woman to sing for JFK that evening. Show More Summary

“Stevens says Supreme Court decision on voter ID was correct, but maybe not right”

Bob Barnes for WaPo: Stevens, who was joined by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, mentioned a dozen times in the opinion that it was based on “the record” in the case. “I learned a … Continue reading ...

9/11 Commission Member: 6 Saudi Officials Supported Terror Attack

Submitted by Charles Kennedy via, Six Saudi officials are believed to have actively supported al-Qaida members in the run-up to the 9/11 attacks on America, former 9/11 Commission member and investigator John Lehman hasShow More Summary

5 Reasons Why Women Should Nap

Winston Churchill, Lyndon B. Johnson, Napoleon Bonaparte, John F. Kennedy, Thomas Edison, Stonewall Jackson, Ronald Reagan and Salvador Dali were napping enthusiasts, proving that the nap is a powerful tool for...powerful men. When I searched Google for "influential women nappers" I got Lauryn Hill, Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim. Show More Summary

Mark Lane, JFK assassination conspiracy advocate, dead at 89

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The key author behind the John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theory has died.

Cocktails 101: The Daiquiri

Ernest Hemingway put away 15 frozen daiquiris in one sitting, while John F. Kennedy sipped daiqs when he beat Nixon in the 1960 presidential election—at least according to legend. Today, daiquiris are the beloved beverage of cocktail aficionados and wannabe vacationers to the newly reopened Cuba. Show More Summary

NY: New York City's Trying to Fight Gentrification Before It Happens

May 11--Atlantic Avenue in East New York, a Brooklyn neighborhood not far from John F. Kennedy International Airport, isn't exactly picturesque or inviting. It's a six-lane road carrying heavy trucks past auto dealers, fast-food restaurants and

Bernie Sanders Talks Poverty In McDowell County, West Virginia [Video]

Bernie Sanders is the first presidential candidate to visit McDowell County, West Virginia, since John F. Kennedy visited in the early 1960s. The Vermont senator participated in a panel on poverty, in which approximately 250 people attended. Show More Summary

The Mustang Story

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

The Ford Mustang launched in the spring of 1964 and helped pull the USA out of the doldrums after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. YouTube link The Presurfer

How Donald Trump Evolved on the Bizarre Lee Harvey Oswald Story

Donald Trump caused a stir this week after he brought attention to a National Enquirer report that purported to show a link between Ted Cruz's father and John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.

Harry Styles’ Ex Taylor Swift: Slut-Shamed?

Taylor Swift is well-known for her high-profile relationships with men like Harry Styles, Connor Kennedy, John Mayer, and Jake Gyllenhaal, and for her willingness to dish about her romances in songs. In an April interview with Vogue magazine, Swift complained that she is sick of the “incredibly sexist Men of Taylor Swift slideshows” that are... Show More Summary

New Findings On JFK Assassination Conspiracy: Did John F. Kennedy Watch A Home Movie Seven Days After His Death?

A man and his wife were compiling lists of movies that the United States presidents have watched and stumbled across something that would fuel the fire to JFK assassination conspiracy theorists. It appears as though John F. Kennedy watched a home movie seven days past the day that he was assassinated, Gizmodo reveals. Show More Summary

‘You can’t knock the National Enquirer': Trump doubles down on Oswald-Cruz conspiracy theory

De facto Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump doubled down on a wild conspiracy theory linking Sen. Ted Cruz's father to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and defended the tabloid paper that made the claim. "All I was doing was referring to a picture that was reported in a magazine," Trump said on ABC's […]

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