The truck that delivered the News By Ken Rossignol Photos of early delivery trucks used by Washington, D. C. newspapers in the early twentieth century assist in telling the story of how readers were able to get their news. The …

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Attention Geezers: It seems just like yesterday that you were your grandchildren’s age and Neil Armstrong was showing the world a new dance step. Yep, not too long after Chubby Checkers showed us all how to do the twist and …

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U. S. Navy veteran Smokey Holcomb Photo by Ken Rossignol

  The following is an interview I conducted with Smokey Holcomb, a Navy veteran who witnessed the D-Day invasion. By Ken RossignolTHE CHESAPEAKE TODAYLEXINGTON PARK — Rastus “Smokey” Holcomb served on the USS Arkansas and participated in 13 convoys across …

D-Day Veteran Smokey Holcomb Gives First Person Account of Landings on Omaha Beach Read more »

TITANIC 1912 - The original news reporting of the sinking of the Titanic

Deborah Kalb’s books – Q & A of Ken Rossignol with Deborah Kalb Q: Your new series explores the history of the Chesapeake Bay. Why did you decide to focus on this, and what do you hope readers learn about …

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