May/June 2013 Issue
‘The Last Good Place’: Descendants of America’s legendary frontiersmen, the stars of Mountain Men endure nature’s dangers and society’s challenges to live the rustic life they love.
Into the Deep: Half a century ago, the Thresher, the nuclear-powered pride of America's submarine force, was lost at sea. Its demise led to changes that still exist today.
The First ‘Dream’: Weeks before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial, he shared his ‘dream’ with marchers in Detroit. Few knew it was a dry run for one of the famous orations ever.
Missions, Sugar and Bayonets: How the beautiful Hawaiian Islands became part of the United States remains a painful tale that still lingers for many of its native citizens.
Gossip’s Founding Father: Walter Winchell traded in secrets, gossip and deceit to become one of America's most influential men—but it cost him.
‘Old Put’: One Club Member shares the story of a famous ancestor who helped America win its independence from the British.
And many more ...