It was the War to End All Wars. World War I, a massive tableau of death and suffering, ended 100 years ago on Sunday, Nov. 11. More than 9 million servicemen died in the Great War, including 116,000 Americans. Countries from five continents sent troops to the conflict. It was war on an epic scale that the world had never witnessed. And yet it also was a war with small, personal stories. Millions of them. Of fathers and husbands, sons and brothers, sent to Europe never to return.
Commentary & Podcasts
We're back to food in this episode! (We do love to eat.) This week's word is bruschetta . How do you say it? You're Saying It Wrong host Fletcher Powell and our language experts, Kathy Petras and Ross Petras, tackle 'bruschetta' as well as other variances often heard in Italian, Southern Italian and New Jersey Italian.
My Fellow Kansans: The latest episode
A race that looked to be oh-so-close turned out to be a clear victory for Democrat Laura Kelly, the new governor-elect of Kansas. On this mini episode of “My Fellow Kansans” we hear what Kelly had to say on election night and her explanation of what vaulted her to victory over Republican Secretary of State and conservative firebrand Kris Kobach.
The top contenders running for governor say Kansas should not follow Colorado’s lead and legalize recreational marijuana, but they differ on medical marijuana.