Scientists revealed Wednesday that they have found the first solid archaeological evidence that some of the earliest American colonists at Jamestown, Va., survived harsh conditions by turning to cannibalism.
A rare B-17 bomber made a stop at the Trenton Mercer Airport Monday during a national "Salute to Veterans" tour and members of the public were able to get an inside look at the fully-restored war plane.
This story was originally posted on July 4th. Since then, I've received permission to pass along images related to a July 1966 performance at the Loew's 35 Drive-In of the Castiles featuring Bruce Springsteen.
Millions of women wear or have worn them. Many millions of men love to look at them. Here's a bit of history about this swimwear fashion that's commonplace at the Jersey Shore and at beaches everywhere.
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