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It's an essential stop for those of us who visit presidential gravesites - the real fun starts outside, though, with the gargoyles.
My kid's Halloween costume (Rowdy Roddy Piper) got a shout out on Twitter from none other than Rowdy Roddy Piper himself!
A friend of a friend started a hashtag game on Twitter tonight - #BadSandyAdvice - and I couldn't help but add a few ideas into the mix.
Buzzfeed's right, poor Abe can't catch a break.
Mondays Get Meta on this site, as you know, even for our international readers.
PWLIS backer Tom B. pointed me toward this genuinely mind-bending video of a Mr. Samuel J. Seymour, who in 1956 appeared on the TV show "I've Got a Secret." His secret? He was at Ford's Theater
WAMU's Metro Connection did a really fun piece about my little project today. I met up with reporter Jacob Fenston at Arlington and together we visited the Kennedy and Taft gravesites, but then he went back
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The question is "Who shot Abraham Lincoln?"And it is probably good news that in a recent poll, 75% of Americans correctly answered "John Wilkes Booth." But for whatever reasons, a full 7% of those polled said