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  • U.Va.'s first bowl year, Tomlin strike chords

    Nov. 3, 1984 — Virginia 27, West Virginia 7. En route to their first bowl bid, the Cavaliers earned their first national ranking in 32 years by manhandling the No. 12 Mountaineers in Morgantown. West Virginia had just defeated Boston College (...
  • Dark Passages: Seeking peace for himself and his victims

    Dark Passages: Seeking peace for himself and his victims
    A few years ago, while abroad for a summer semester in England, I flew over to Ireland for a short vacation over the Bank Holiday weekend. I spent much of the time in Dublin but before getting there, I had a day's layover in Belfast. And though one only...
  • New Hope: A Good Haunt

    New Hope: A Good Haunt
    I've chosen hotels for many things - location, price, the promise of a fireplace. But never before have I picked a place solely on the likelihood of bunking down with a ghost. But if I am going to stay over in New Hope, Pa., reportedly one of the most...
  • Virginia Madsen: Horror films are the most fun to make

    On your average movie set, actors rehearse, the scene is lit and blocked for the actors' moves, and the camera's moves in relation to them. The scene is played out and filmed from a few different angles -- "coverage." And then the crew moves on to the...
  • Eldorado Canyon Mine Tours, where they first went to strike gold

    Long before Las Vegas was incorporated in 1905 -- and even longer before the arrival of casinos -- the desolate, inhospitable and therefore unsettled desert of southern Nevada was known for just one thing: its mineral-rich rock. The land is pockmarked...
  • 14 days until the start of high school football; 14 reasons you should be excited

    14 days until the start of high school football; 14 reasons you should be excited
    You'd never know it from the weather, which would be ideal if you were attending a Texas Rangers' home game. But exactly two weeks from 7 o'clock Wednesday night, high school football season begins on the Peninsula. Those of you who tuned in the Broncos-...
  • Halloween Tours Promise to Scare NY'ers

    Halloween Tours Promise to Scare NY'ers
    Halloween is fast approaching and for those looking for something scary to do in the Big Apple -- you're in luck. Ghost Tours of New York are taking people all over the city. Tour guides will provide people with ghost stories, take them to antique...
  • "Alice I Have Been" by Melanie Benjamin and "The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott" by Kelly O'Connon McNees

    "Alice I Have Been" by Melanie Benjamin and "The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott" by Kelly O'Connon McNees
    "Alice I Have Been" by Melanie Benjamin Delacorte, 351 pages "The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott" by Kelly O'Connor McNees Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam, 342 pages Nature may abhor a vacuum, but historical novels adore one. Even the most extensive...
  • Check It Out: Hidden little gems at the library

    Short stories, those hidden little gems, have defined, entertained and reflected people's lives for many centuries. Cavemen painted stories of successful or memorable hunting trips on cave walls. Ancient Greeks and Romans produced hundreds of short...
  • Theater review: 'The Turn of the Screw' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

    Theater review: 'The Turn of the Screw' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    Ghost stories have a bad rap these days. Thanks to slasher films, ghost stories call to mind burnt-faced men with hooks, bloody decapitations and other gruesome ends. None of that sort of thing comes into "The Turn of the Screw," adapted by Jeffrey...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Adults can enjoy Halloween too

    You have one week. Not to live — until Halloween. Sorry, didn't mean to scare you. As you know, Halloween is the official, certified start of the holiday season. How is that possible? Wasn't the Fourth of July about six weeks ago? Wasn't Labor...