Be sure to get the print edition of the Sunday News-Democrat, for a look back at history, a look ahead to last-minute summer fun, and hundreds of dollars in coupon savings.
We recount metro-east memories of the March on Washington 50 years ago. Metro-east residents were among the 250,000 to witness the beginning of the dream: They remember, and reflect on its legacy, as reporter Carolyn P. Smith travels by bus with local NAACP members to mark the 50th anniversary of the march.
Closer to home, the BND Magazine reports on a summertime day trip to Hannibal and all things Mark Twain. Reporter Suzanne Boyle takes you to Twain's boyhood home, on a river cruise, through caves and even to an encounter with a ghost or two.
On top of that, you'll find $205 worth of money-saving coupons inside the paper.
It's all in your print edition Sunday, available by home delivery or at the newsstand.