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Groundhog Day

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  • New Olympic Sport

    New Olympic Sport
    There are certain traditional editorial cartoons I like to draw. Christmas cartoons, New Year's Day, Labor Day, Groundhog Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Veterans Day, Valentine’s Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Mother's Day, Father's Day and that annual...
  • Seattle parties (perhaps a bit too much) over Seahawk victory

    Seattle parties (perhaps a bit too much) over Seahawk victory
    SEATTLE — There was a lot to celebrate — and a lot to clean up — Monday morning, the day after the Seattle Seahawks brought home the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time and the vaunted "12th Man" fan base went a little crazy...
  • Gay-marriage battle unfolds in Virginia, Utah courts

    Gay-marriage battle unfolds in Virginia, Utah courts
    Utah has filed its opening salvo defending its ban on gay marriage, while in Virginia, a federal judge will hear arguments about that state’s similar law in the latest legal maneuvering over the right for same-sex couples to marry. The separate...
  • Teel Time: Nine-game league schedule still possible for ACC football, but divisions appear set

    Virginia’s football program Wednesday unveiled a 17-player recruiting class that includes two prospects coveted by ACC rivals and national powers. Yet under the league’s scheduling format, Andrew Brown, Quin Blanding and company will never...
  • The devil ice is coming to Georgia. Better pray, and pass the salt.

    Listen closely and you can almost hear Ray crooning: “Georgia, Georgia / The whole day through / Just an old sweet song / Keeps Georgia on my mind.” Well, it’s either Ray Charles or Old Man Winter; I can’t decide. Forecasters say...
  • Re-mote vote: Buffett the manatee says Broncos will win Super Bowl

    Re-mote vote: Buffett the manatee says Broncos will win Super Bowl
    The sea cow is betting on the horses. Buffett the Manatee, who calls The Aquarium at Mote Marine Laboratory his home, says the Broncos will beat the Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, otherwise known as Groundhog's Day, reports the Bradenton Herald....
  • Clinton, Emanuel find political comfort sharing stage in Chicago

    Clinton, Emanuel find political comfort sharing stage in Chicago
    As Hillary Rodham Clinton and Rahm Emanuel traded friendly banter before an audience at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park on Wednesday, the stage represented a mutual comfort zone for two veteran politicians looking for support. For Clinton, the...
  • They've had enough of Donald Sterling

    They've had enough of Donald Sterling
    Regular readers of The Times' letters page probably won't be surprised to learn that this is the third straight week the Donald Sterling scandal has drawn more submissions than any other topic. And they're starting to get fed up by it. After the story...
  • Super Coincidence

    Super Coincidence
    Some people are calling it the Groundhog Day Superbowl. Others, noting that both states, Washington and Colorado, have legalized pot are calling it the Superbong. Either way, it’s rare when two great national holidays combine on the same day....
  • Blue Man Group, Groundhog Day, Women's Show: Fun Things to Do

    Blue Man Group, Groundhog Day, Women's Show: Fun Things to Do
    If you're looking for a cure for cabin fever, we've got your prescription. Whether colorful, avant garde performance art, tuneful, original local rock, or something called NFL football is your bag, step up to the counter and collect your medication....
  • Cold stats: This winter explained in 12 chilling numbers

    Yes, it's been a harsh winter and the numbers — of freezing temperatures, canceled flights and accidents — bear that out. A polar vortex in early January carried frigid temperatures and wind chills — some well below zero — from...