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Obama Chooses Chicago’s South Side for Presidential Library

By Don Babwin and Caryn Rousseau CHICAGO (AP) — President Barack Obama has decided to build his presidential library on the South Side of Chicago, where his political career began.   The Barack Obama Foundation announced in a news release early Tuesday that the library will be erected on park land that was proposed for […]

Clackamas Cabin Could Predate Lewis and Clark Expedition

By Janet Eastman MOLALLA, Ore. (AP) — Protected inside a workshop hidden among Clackamas County farmland is a mysterious log dwelling that may prompt a rewrite of Oregon’s long-held history.   If experts’ theories pan out, the 18-foot-wide structure — called the Molalla Log House — predates the start of Lewis and Clark’s 1804 expedition […]

Aging Gracefully: How Midcentury Modern Classics Adapted

By Allen G. Breed NEW CANAAN, Conn. (AP) — In the years after World War II, when suburban towns were still “the country,” this unassuming village an hour north of Manhattan became an epicenter of modernist architecture, and a birthplace of then-radical concepts like family rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and open-plan living. Since then, the surviving […]

Ray Bradbury Home’s Demise Has LA Re-Examining Its History

By John Rogers LOS ANGELES (AP) — It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote Something Wicked This Way Comes, and when the bulldozer came to knock it down, literary scholars and preservationists were aghast. The bright yellow home with the big bay windows where the author lived and worked for 54 years wasnt the […]

Recordings Of People Who Built Hanford Available To Public

By Annette Cary KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) — During World War II, Phil Gardner traveled more than 100,000 miles to recruit workers for the secret project at Hanford, having not the slightest idea what was being built there. He and other recruiters scattered across the nation would get Western Union telegrams at the start of the […]