Monthly Archives: November 2014

Golden Thanksgiving reinforces silver lining

I normally associate Thanksgiving with the color gold. Why’s that you ask? Well, you’ve got the leaves, which turn a beautiful shade of red and gold. Golden pumpkin pies? And who can possibly forget the iconic golden turkey? Everything about … Continue reading

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Germans, Americans unite for Volkstrauertag

I’ve covered several war memorial services throughout Europe since I arrived at Spangdahlem, Germany, in September 2013. However, I hadn’t attended a German service commemorating those who had died. The country sets aside the second Sunday before Advent, known as … Continue reading

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Been there, Done that: London

By Staff Sgt. Robbie Arp Fish and Chips! There are a million other things to see and do in London, but for me, it was all about the fish and chips. My wife and I had never been to London. … Continue reading

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Sci-Fi Con: A whole new universe

By Airman 1st Class Timothy Kim When people hear the word “sci-fi,” they tend to reference popular franchises and series such as Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who and Firefly. On an honest scale from “no clue” to “no idea,” … Continue reading

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Fear Factory’s frightening fun for family and friends

I know it’s been three days since All Hallow’s Eve – or as you may call it, “Halloween” – but in my defense, Halloween’s origin dictates that it’s a triduum: a three-day observation of remembering the dead, saints (hallows) and martyrs. … Continue reading

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