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Backward glances

Going back in time is not as hard as you think

By Ron Wolfe

This article was published November 20, 2016 at 2:16 a.m.

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Historical re-enactments are one way to time travel in Arkansas, as here in a scene from the past at Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park.

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TV’s The Flash (Grant Gustin in his zippy outfit) often finds that time travel leads to trouble, or as it sometimes pays a speedster to remind himself...

Doctor Who (Peter Capaldi) can turn up anywhere, any time, thanks to his time- and space-traveling abilities. The British television Timelord has been...

The Time Tunnel left broadcast television in 1967, only to emerge on home video for today’s viewing — a time trip of almost 50 years.

Seconds count as Guy Pearce pulls the lever that sends him to the future in the 2002 remake of The Time Machine.

It's time travel time.

Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role) gets around in his current movie release, including that he gets around the ordinary rules of ...

TV’s The Flash (Grant Gustin in his zippy outfit) often finds that time travel leads to trouble, or as it sometimes pays a speedster to remind himself...

Doctor Who (Peter Capaldi) can turn up anywhere, any time, thanks to his time- and space-traveling abilities. The British television Timelord has been...

The Time Tunnel left broadcast television in 1967, only to emerge on home video for today’s viewing — a time trip of almost 50 years.

Seconds count as Guy Pearce pulls the lever that sends him to the future in the 2002 remake of The Time Machine.

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