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Jedlicka Performing Arts Center kicks off 33rd Season with Mus...

Cicero, IL The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center (JPAC), located on the campus of Morton College in Cicero is kicking off its new season with a rousing production of one of Broadway's most successful musicals of all time, " Miss Saigon ." JPAC, known ... Fat Pitch Financials, 2 weeks ago

RPR Public Relations Named Agency of Record for Leading Management Innovation Company MCA Inc.

RPR Public Relations, Inc. , a leading global public relations and communications firm, today announced it has been named Agency of Record for MCA Inc. , a leading management innovation company based in Michigan. The company provides executive, ...
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Final Call

Outraged over U.S.- Iran deal, Israel gets billion dollar pay off

WASHINGTON - While the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany co-signed with the United States on an agreement limiting Iran's nuclear ambitions for the next 15 years, the U.S. is now busying itself with attempts to ease the ...
 Final Call1 week ago

CBS US News: ​CBS News earns 44 Emmy Award nominations

CBS News has been recognized by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with 44 News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations -- more than any other news organization. The network received 44 nominations overall, led by "60 Minutes" with ...
 CBS News1 week ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Finally, a WWII POW is home to rest in Illinois — after 73 years

10:03 PM July 22nd, 2015 Recommended Deputy Consul Romulo Israel Jr. reads the citation for distinguished service while Cultural Attaché Liezl Alcantara (left) and Douglas Kelder (right, in black shirt) listen. PH CONSULATE GENERAL PHOTO ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago

'Speaking in Bones,' A Conversation with Kathy Reichs

Photo: Marue-Reine Mattera Kathy Reichs is a forensic anthropologist and a professor of anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She's the author of the bestselling series featuring Temperance Brennan, who is also a forensic ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago Ten ways being a forensic anthropologist has helped my writing by Kathy Reichs week ago

CEC Ministerial Statement - 2015

Twenty-second Regular Session of the CEC Council Boston, MA, 15 July 2015—We, the governing Council of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC), met in Boston, one of North America's model green cities, to celebrate the long-standing ...
 Commission for Environmental Cooperation2 weeks ago CEC Council names roster of experts on traditional ecological knowledge  Commission for Environmental Cooperation2 weeks ago Green and practical solutions urgently needed for excess stormwater management  Commission for Environmental Cooperation2 weeks ago CEC's Joint Public Advisory Committee submits advice to Council  Commission for Environmental Cooperation2 months ago

Fallen WWII Marines are recovered, repatriated - honoring a 70 year old promise

The remains of 36 U.S. Marines were found during four-months of excavation on Betio Island, a remote Pacific island in Kiribati. The Marines lost their lives more than 70 years ago, in the 1943 Battle of Tarawa during World War II. More than 1,000 ...
 Examiner.com3 weeks ago
Stars and Stripes

Outdated methods will hamper efforts to identify USS Oklahoma remains, experts say

The move to exhume the USS Oklahoma remains is somewhat of an about-face for the Defense Department, which last year sent a letter to family members saying that the Navy opposed disinterment. The Pentagon is considering ordering the exhumation of ...
 Stars and Stripes4 weeks ago Outdated Methods May Hamper Efforts to Identify USS Oklahoma Remains  Military.com3 weeks ago Pentagon names 1st permanent director of new POW/MIA accounting agency  Stars and Stripes1 month ago
Sunday Star-Times

Lost WWII soldier found: Colorado man's long quest for grandfather

Clay Bonnyman Evans was 5,000 miles from home, deep in a pit on the Pacific island of Betio, when he heard the words his family had awaited for so long. "It's gold," announced Kristen Baker. With a brush, the archaeologist gently swept the sand off ...
 Denver Post3 weeks ago Fillings, grit solve 71-year-old mystery  Sunday Star-Times4 weeks ago Gold fillings and family grit helped solve the 71-year-old mystery of a veteran's burial weeks ago Gold fillings, family grit help solve 71-year-old mystery of veteran's burial  Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago
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