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Daily American Staff Writer"End of Serenity," the famous photograph taken by Indian Lake resident Val McClatchey on Sept. 11, 2001, will find a home aboard the USS Somerset. The photo depicts a smoke plume above a red barn near the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93. A...
Patty Stonesifer sits cross-legged on the floor of a preschool classroom, her hands dripping with purple watercolor paint as she makes small block prints with the help of a 4-year-old who expounds on the proper technique to dip and print. In a flash of...
The Smithsonian Institution exhibit in Ellendale, N.D., which has been seen by more than 800 people since it opened May 4, will close on Sunday. The exhibit, called “Key Ingredients: American by Food,” is set up in the Ellendale Opera...
Tags: Food Industry, Arts, Politics, Arts and Culture, Salt
Thanks to 3D printing, American society may be about to boldly go where no one has gone before. A Johns Hopkins scientist is seeking to adapt the technology to grow human jaw bones — potentially revolutionizing implant procedures. A Halethorpe...
Tags: Science, Timonium, Engineering, Arts and Culture, Fiction
Whether painting for the faithful or family and friends, Ana Maria Villegas' art has been a constant source of motivation. Now she hopes her paintings will help inspire thousands of people like her. The Coral Springs housewife has won the 2013 Friends...
Tags: Mexico, Marco Rubio, Arts and Culture, U.S. Congress, Museums
Library hounds, research heads and history buffs, Robert Darnton has been reading your diary. Darnton, the university librarian at Harvard University, envisioned a digital library available free of charge to the public that would provide online access...
Like a lot of other local landmarks on the Peninsula, Rice's fossil pit off Harris Creek Road in Hampton was nationally and even internationally known because of its high-profile links to the past. Numerous times during the roughly 30 years it was open,...
Ask most exercisers what they would like to change most about the way they look, and dollars to doughnuts they’ll say they want better abs. Men and women alike strive for that tight, toned set of abs that could be put on display at the Smithsonian...
The Hartford CourantThe toughest thing to find on the Internet, besides a phone number for eBay, might be free downloadable music. Everyone's buying music at iTunes or Amazon.com or streaming it at Spotify, Slacker or Pandora. When pride of ownership at no cost matters,...
This was not the year for nonsense at the Capitol. Nevertheless, this session included a bill calling for a day to honor "the first powered flight" by Gustave Whitehead. The debate over whether the German immigrant was first to fly a powered aircraft is...
— The first time Jane Rice ventured down into her in-laws' borrow pit off Harris Creek Road she was a recent bride who had little inkling about the extraordinary environment she was about to enter. Stepped terraces descended dozens of feet into...
Katie Schwarzmann became the fourth two-time winner of the Tewaaraton Award Thursday. The Maryland senior midfielder and Cornell's Rob Pannell were honored as the top players in collegiate lacrosse Thursday night at the 13th-annual award ceremony at...
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