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A cartoon by Paul Noth. For more cartoons from the magazine this week: http://nyr.kr/1qcNPgA

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A cartoon by Paul Noth. For more cartoons from the magazine this week: http://nyr.kr/1qcNPgA

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Golden Gate Bridge | Spring 2013

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July 1, 1898: Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders Storm San Juan Hill, Cuba
On this day in 1898, American forces and Theodore Roosevelt’s First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (the “Rough Riders”) defeated Spanish forces at the Battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba.  This victory was a defining moment in the Spanish-American War because it led to Spanish surrender about a month later, effectively concluding the war.
The Rough Riders were a mixed troop, composed of cowboys, Native Americans, African Americans, miners, hunters, law enforcement, and college students.  Roosevelt’s leadership of the cavalry made him a war hero and helped him advance his political career to become Vice President and eventually President. 
Explore the Roosevelts’ lives with the site for Ken Burns’s upcoming film, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.
Watch a clip from the upcoming film about Teddy Roosevelt’s involvement in the Spanish-American War.
Photo: Lt. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt of the Rough Riders, 1898 . Credit: Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University

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July 1, 1898: Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders Storm San Juan Hill, Cuba

On this day in 1898, American forces and Theodore Roosevelt’s First U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (the “Rough Riders”) defeated Spanish forces at the Battle of San Juan Hill in Cuba.  This victory was a defining moment in the Spanish-American War because it led to Spanish surrender about a month later, effectively concluding the war.

The Rough Riders were a mixed troop, composed of cowboys, Native Americans, African Americans, miners, hunters, law enforcement, and college students.  Roosevelt’s leadership of the cavalry made him a war hero and helped him advance his political career to become Vice President and eventually President. 

Explore the Roosevelts’ lives with the site for Ken Burns’s upcoming film, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.

Watch a clip from the upcoming film about Teddy Roosevelt’s involvement in the Spanish-American War.

Photo: Lt. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt of the Rough Riders, 1898 . Credit: Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard University

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‘Nobody But Me’ by The Human BeinzBOOGALOOOOO!!
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"My favorite game is the one where I go to work and wish I wasn’t there, and then go home and wish I wasn’t there either."

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I’m not here.
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There’s a history of players who single-handedly took over the World Cup, shouldered their teams to dizzying heights and came to eclipse the event itself: Pelé in 1970, Rossi in ‘82, Maradona in ‘86, Ronaldo in ‘02.

The talent most likely to make this year’s World Cup his own is not Argentina’s Lionel Messi or Brazil’s Neymar or Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo.

It’s Uruguay’s Luis Suárez.

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"Led Zeppelin had started as an idea, and was now despised as one. But why did people really hate Led Zeppelin? The rock ’n’ roll of the counterculture had been supposed to change the world and hadn’t. Maybe you blamed Dylan’s motorcycle, maybe you blamed Yoko or Paul or Nixon or the Hells Angels. Now you could blame Led Zeppelin, as “All You Need Is Love” had given way to “I’m gonna give you every inch of my love.” They represented someone’s cynical fantasy of the masses, a coalition of louts and groupies and wasted youths who, come to think of it, probably weren’t even reading rock criticism in the first place. The revolution had failed, and Zeppelin was playing its wake, and cashing in"

http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/culturebox/2014/06/led_zeppelin_how_jimmy_page_robert_plant_et_al_invented_modern_rock.single.html