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March 7, 2017

Cloudy in the Sunshine State

Come out to the St. Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event from 2pm until 8pm to raise money for pediatric cancer research. We’ll have live music and your favorite Irish fare on the patio while we gather to cheer on our police, fire department personnel and other participants who will be shaving their heads for a very...
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Gunston Hall

Today, Gunston Hall’s importance to the American story is readily accessible and available to all who are willing to invest the time and embark on an adventure of explortion.
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Presidents Revealed – Raising Cane

Richard Lawrence, a painter, having been exposed to noxious chemicals for much of his working life, suddenly began to exhibit a change in his personality. Even his appearance changed. He had previously dressed rather conservatively, but abruptly altered his style and began dressing with more flair, even growing a mustache. Born in England, he began...
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For Whom the Bell Toils

If there had been a Forbes 30 under 30 list of world’s most influential entrepreneurs and businessmen in 1876, Alexander Graham Bell would be top on the list. The brilliant young inventor received a patent on this day (March 7) in 1876 for a strange, new, voice-transmitting, revolutionary technology called the telephone.
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Gaston B. Means

One of the great scoundrels in American history was a man named Gaston B. Means, whom J. Edgar Hoover once called, “the most amazing figure in contemporary criminal history.”
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Time Is

Come out to the St. Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event from 2pm until 8pm to raise money for pediatric cancer research. We’ll have live music and your favorite Irish fare on the patio while we gather to cheer on our police, fire department personnel and other participants who will be shaving their heads for a very...
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Mar 18 — St. Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event

Come out to the St. Baldrick’s Head Shaving Event from 2pm until 8pm to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
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Mar 17 — St. Patrick’s Day at the Olde Blind Dog

The Irish spirit continues by joining us to conquer childhood cancer on Saturday, March 18 at 11am at our Milton location.
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Liberty Hall Groundbreaking

The Preservationist’s Guild, the historic real estate arm of the American History Guild has broken ground on Liberty Hall. Liberty Hall is a mixed-use development located in the heart of Alpharetta, Georgia.
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