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  • Letters

    Letters

    June 7, 2002

    Score one for peace Baseball players Jimmy Carter and Fidel Castro stepped up to the plate and scored some winning runs for peace and international cooperation. Meanwhile George W. is hitting fouls and threatening to blow...

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  • VH1s Military Diaries not all pro-war

    VH1s Military Diaries not all pro-war

    June 7, 2002

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan? VH1’s new show, “Military Diaries,” can give you a little peek into the life of a U.S. soldier in the “war on terrorism.” There...

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  • Frederick J. Brown paints jazz

    Frederick J. Brown paints jazz

    June 7, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    More than 30 portraits from 30 years of work by acclaimed painter Frederick J. Brown will be featured in the retrospective Frederick J. Brown: Portraits in Jazz, Blues, and Other Icons at the Kemper Museum in...

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  • Concert celebrates Cuban music

    Concert celebrates Cuban music

    June 7, 2002

    MILWAUKEE – Over 200 people filled the First Unitarian Church on Milwaukee’s East Side Friday evening, May 24, to hear a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Michelle in Cuba. The concert of traditional, semi-classical...

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  • Helen Sobell: Fighter against Cold War frame-ups

    Helen Sobell: Fighter against Cold War frame-ups

    June 7, 2002 By John Pappademos And Evelina Alarcon

    Helen Sobell, who fought to save Ethel and Julius Rosenberg from the electric chair and free her husband, Morton Sobell, from a 30 year prison term – all three framed on bogus “atom spy” charges –...

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