Which Rock Star Will Historians of the Future Remember?
New York Times
As a result, what we're left with is a youth-oriented music genre that a) isn't symbolically important; b) lacks creative potential; and c) has no specific tie to young people. It has completed its historical trajectory. Which means, eventually, it ...
Editorial: Channeling regard for the Mississippi i
Stolpestad provides some additional historical detail: On Dec. 19, 1932, dedication day for the new City Hall and Courthouse, the renaming of the new roadway and park was announced to honor Minnesotan Frank B. Kellogg, former U.S. senator, secretary of ...
Report card returned unopened after 50 years
The envelope containing a report card was sent from Frank B. Kellogg Junior High School to a student named David William Manning. On Monday that report card was returned to the school, nearly 50 years later, with a label reading "Return to sender.
Day in History: "Trust-buster' F.B. Kellogg opens Senate campaign
More than 2,000 heard Frank B. Kellogg, "trust-buster," open his campaign for nomination for United States senator on the Republican ticket in Rochester at the new armory. The Rochester streets thronged, banners flew, and three bass bands played in one ...