Remembering Pearl Harbor

On the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, we honor the legacy of those who were there.
Pearl Harbor

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Culture and Trends

Monday | 12.5.2016

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Pearl Harbor Day

By: Legacy.com Staff

Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Memorial

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt called it "a date that will live in infamy." But 75 years after Japanese war planes bombed the U.S

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Undiscovered Masters

By: Contributed by Regan McCarthy of POBA | Where the Arts Live

Parted Hair | Norman Mailer (1985)  Source: POBA.org

Most of us understand art to be what experts tell us is “art” – primarily paintings or other art forms that make up the established art world today.&n

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Art of Brotherly Love

By: Contributed by Regan McCarthy of POBA | Where the Arts Live

Polish Musicians 1 | Daniel Mincer (1970s) | Image courtesy of POBA.org

Regan McCarthy, co-managing director of POBA | Where The Arts Live, writes about one sister’s efforts to make her brother’s art live after his untimely dea

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'My name is Sonia Todd...'

By: Legacy.com Staff

Sonia Todd

When 38-year-old mother Sonia Todd was dying of cancer, she penned her own poignant obituary. Four years after her death, her words still resonate

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A Beautiful Thing

By: Audrey Meinertzhagen for Zen Hospice Project and Legacy.com

A Beautiful Thing

A hospice volunteer reflects on life's beauty after a startling question from a man with a terminal illness