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  • Following in hero's adventuring footsteps

    The year was 1965. That was the year I fell in love with baseball and history. It happened in Miss Tomlinson's fifth-grade class at Crestview Elementary School in Merriam, Kan. We had the Kansas City Athletics, but they were a last-place mess that went...
  • Feds OK project to drill under, not on, wild areas

    Feds OK project to drill under, not on, wild areas
    SALT LAKE CITY An energy company received federal approval Thursday to open one of Utah's biggest natural gas fields by agreeing to use new technology to drill under wild areas, instead of on top of them. The Bureau of Land Management's approval of...
  • In Theory: How can Pilot better cover religion in Newport-Mesa

    How could the Daily Pilot do a better job of covering religion and spirituality in the Newport-Mesa area? What are some of the local issues or stories about your church, synagogue, mosque or temple that need to be told? Faith communities contribute...
  • Conquering the Grand Canyon

    Conquering the Grand Canyon
    There are six of us, all women, sitting in the dusk about 1,300 feet above the Colorado River. The rock "temples" of the canyon surround us, Shiva and Isis to the left, Brahma and Zoroaster to the right. All eyes are trained on a maiden moon, draped in...
  • The First Pentecostals

    The article "The House of the Spirit" (by Mark Kendall, Jan. 8) gives the impression that Pentecostalism originated in Los Angeles and sort of popped out of nowhere. While the Los Angeles movement did bring Pentecostalism to the attention of the world, it...
  • Houseboat Heaven: Flush It

    Houseboat Heaven: Flush It
    Exploring Utah's Lake Powell several weeks ago, I expected to find a wide, placid reservoir. Instead, a friend and I whipped along in a brisk current flowing between 20-foot-high sand banks. Suddenly, the channel narrowed and the smooth water erupted into...
  • 2001 All-Southern football team: POETRY IN MOTION

    TALLAHASSEE -- It happened almost by accident. Gavin Dickey, just entering his teenage years, sat idle in his home and started to write. The words flowed onto the piece of paper. "I don't really know how I got interested in writing poetry," Dickey said....
  • Old South racism lives in Texas town

    They picked up Billy Ray Johnson outside a convenience store in this East Texas bayou town, a place where Confederate flags fly in some front yards and a mural of barefoot slaves picking cotton greets patrons inside the local post office. On a cool...