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The National Museum of the Pacific War

The National Museum of the Pacific War

…the Imperial Japanese Navy. More than 2,400 Americans were killed and the U.S.S. Arizona was destroyed. Until Sept. 11, 2001,…

New Finds, Old Faves

New Finds, Old Faves

…Among the museum’s treasured artifacts are Allied and Japanese aircraft, a captured Japanese HA-19 Midget submarine from the attack on…

Abilene at Full Gallop

Abilene at Full Gallop

…focus on early 20th-Century artists. The Center for Illustrated Children’s Literature hosts a groundbreaking show of oversize, Japanese pop-up books….

Four for Fall: 2010

Four for Fall: 2010

…Austin State University’s 10-acre Mast Arboretum on Lanana Creek. More than 200 different varieties of Japanese maples blaze in hues…

New Adventures in Old La Grange

New Adventures in Old La Grange

…Kuehler fly their snapper, tuna, and Japanese sea bass in fresh from Hawaii and offer a wine list that complements…

Tyler Made

Tyler Made

…needle-like leaves. A couple of blocks away on Chilton Street, a decades-old Japanese ginkgo tree shimmers with a yellowish glow…

City by the Sea

City by the Sea

At the height of World War II, Japanese propagandists gave the Lexington its nickname “The Blue Ghost.” (Photo by J….

Goodbye to a River Turns 50

Goodbye to a River Turns 50

…Pacific. On the island of Saipan, he nearly died when a Japanese soldier, playing dead on the ground, detonated a…

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