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Announcing the Mrs. Bush’s Story Time Podcast
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Announcing the Mrs. Bush’s Story Time Podcast

From the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy We are excited to announce the launch of Mrs. Bush’s Story Time, our new podcast for families featuring original recordings from the radio program of the same name.  Mrs. Bush’s Story Time, a radio program co-produced with the Philadelphia-based Children’s Literacy Initiative and ABC Radio, originally aired from...

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The Barbara Bush: Pearls of Wisdom Book Tour Continues

From the Kansas City Public Library Barbara Bush was one of America’s most popular first ladies, warm and unpretentious but also possessing a sharp wit and bluntness that led her family to nickname her “the enforcer.” Her advice ranged from such practical admonishments as “don’t complain and don’t explain” to the whimsical (and still practical):...

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Dana Perino: Why Barbara Bush never dyed her hair

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com By Matt London for Fox News Fox News anchor and former White House press secretary Dana Perino remembered former first lady Barbara Bush as a woman who lived the values that she preached. “She never dyed her hair and she didn’t want to dye her hair,” said Perino on a new episode of Fox Nation’s “Dana...

CONOCOPHILLIPS’ $4 MILLION GIFT HELPS LAUNCH BUSH FOUNDATION’S $60 MILLION “CAMPAIGN FOR BOLD HORIZONS”
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CONOCOPHILLIPS’ $4 MILLION GIFT HELPS LAUNCH BUSH FOUNDATION’S $60 MILLION “CAMPAIGN FOR BOLD HORIZONS”

Capital Campaign’s $60 Million for Bush School of Government and Public Service Scholarships and Program and Faculty Support; Bush Library Exhibit Updates and Enhancements; Retired Marine One Helicopter COLLEGE STATION, TX – The George & Barbara Bush Foundation and campaign chairman C. Boyden Gray today announced that ConocoPhillips is committing a $4 million gift to...

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History Buffs Will Love These Three Must-Visit Presidential Libraries

By : Kathleen McCleary for Parade.com February is a perfect time to plan a visit to a presidential home, museum or library. This year on President’s Day (Feb. 17), George Washington’s Mount Vernon will offer free admission and a slew of events. Throughout the year, other presidential locations will recognize anniversaries (75 years since Harry Truman took...