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It Was ‘Only’ the Flu

Imagine the government is telling you an epidemic outside your door is “only the flu” and not really serious. That’s just what happened 100 years ago, as a flu and a world war swept across the globe and throughout our region.

Pie Stories: A Taste of Grandmother’s House

Few things light up our holiday memories quite as strongly as a beautiful banquet, and for many an area baker holiday thoughts are filled with the sweet taste of Grandmother’s pie. Four talented bakers muse about the power of this humble pastry.

Holiday Shopping: 20 Gift Ideas You Won’t Find on Amazon

If your idea of holiday shopping is buying what a robot thinks you want, you’re missing out. We think there’s something irresistible about searching local stores for unique treasures. So, we tracked down a few ideas to help you get started.

Codebreakers on the Fox: Geneva’s Secret Role in World War I

The year was 1917 and “The Great War” was raging in Europe. In sleepy Geneva, an eccentric tycoon and a team of codebreakers were about to change forever the way the United States, and its allies abroad, would communicate in secret.

These Rusted Old Souls

Touring the backroads of the Midwest, photographer Tom Holoubek captures the fading, forgotten automobiles abandoned to the elements and forgotten by time. What stories could they tell of days gone by?