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May 10, 2013, was the 150th anniversary of the death of Confederate general Stonewall Jackson (His arm was dead and buried seven days earlier).
Schwarzenegger was once a Mr. World, but even in his prime he was no match for Zuverman.
No matter how you feel about guns, it’s hard to resist the urge to fire one that’s 66 feet long.
The good news is that the Minister’s Tree House will reopen. The bad news is that the Minister doesn’t yet know when that will be.
If you’ve ever wanted to hop off the modern-times treadmill and dial back the speed of life, this could be your chance.
For five years the castle-like Kentucky Military History Museum — formerly the State Arsenal — has been open only sporadically. $2 million has been spent over that time to restore it to its fortress 1850 appearance.« Previous Entries
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