Veterans Day

10 Things You Didn't Know About WWI

By Elizabeth Howe, ConnectingVets.com This Sunday marks the centennial of the end of World War I, Nov. 11, 1918. Since Florence Green, 110, died in February 2012, there have been no living World War I veterans to pass along the stories, legacy, and history of WWI — so it's on us to remember those...
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Veterans Day: Famous Faces Who Served

By Kaylah Jackson, ConnectingVets.com Adam Driver The Star Wars actor enlisted in the Armed Forces after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Bea Arthur Aside from playing Dorothy Zbornak in "The Golden Girls," Arthur served in the Marine Corps as a typist and truck driver. She enlisted only days after the...
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3 Burning Questions About Veterans Day Answered

By Matt Saintsing, Connecting Vets As another Veteran’s Day approaches, Americans of every stripe have the opportunity to celebrate the sacrifice and selflessness that radiates from all military veterans. But a lot of Americans don’t know much about Veterans Day, and what’s worse, many confuse it...
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Ski & Snowboard Expo, Gwar, Dream Theater, Lewis Black, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Red Sun Rising, Veterans Day

Thursday November 8 Ski & Snowboard Expo Seaport World Trade Center 200 Seaport Boulevard Boston, MA 02210 Gwar 7:00pm The Palladium 261 Main St Worcester, MA 01608 Friday November 9 Tickets on sale: Dream Theater Monday, April 8th at 7:00pm Orpheum Theatre 1 Hamilton Place Boston, MA 02210 Ski...
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Veterans Day Details

In May, I always remind people that Memorial Day is not a time to thank those who have served, it is a day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving, and to thank their families. In November, Veterans Day is the day to thank everyone who has worn a uniform in service to this...
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