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  • The best laid plans...

    The best laid plans...
    Teams always plan to win.  I mean, who plans to lose?  Therefore, television stations always plan that the team they're covering is going to win.  If you don't, you will be kicking yourself later.  Well a funny thing happened today before the game. ...
  • The Crowd: A wedding nine years in the making

    Gary Grimes II met Jackie Rieser while attending a fifth year of high school at Western Reserve in Dayton, Ohio, in preparation for entry into the United States Naval Academy. Grimes grew up on Lido Isle, the son of Sharon and Gary Grimes. He attended...
  • Bill Blackbeard dies at 84; scholar of newspaper comics

    Bill Blackbeard dies at 84; scholar of newspaper comics
    Bill Blackbeard, an early scholar of newspaper comics who created an indispensable archive in San Francisco that helped legitimize the study of comics in popular culture, has died. He was 84. Blackbeard died at a Country Villa nursing home in...
  • Affordable luxury, or luxuriously affordable?

    Affordable luxury, or luxuriously affordable?
    Well-equipped, affordable cars are muscling in on the luxury market's turf. Or is it the other way around? Today's new-car market offers a panorama of models priced between $20,000 and $30,000 that in many respects can compete with gleaming, leather-...
  • Chicago, Evanston teachers win Golden Apples

    Chicago, Evanston teachers win Golden Apples
    Kyle Radcliff put the finishing touches on a lesson about calculating volume on Monday morning when a line of school officials, educators and his wife, carrying their infant daughter, burst into his Chicago classroom to surprise him with one of the...
  • Williamsburg remembers the late Ron Springs

    Williamsburg remembers the late Ron Springs
    Whenever a Lafayette High team needed money for new uniforms, Mel Jones called Ron Springs. If the track squad needed travel funds for the Penn Relays, Jones called Springs. “The check was always there the next day,” Jones said Friday...
  • Are these items really expired?

    Are these items really expired?
    There are telltale signs that a product has gone bad. Moldy bread. Clumpy milk. The layer of fur blanketing the cream cheese. But what about the toothpaste sitting in your pantry for years after a zealous bulk purchase? Or those condoms waiting...
  • 'Freshman 15' weight gain is a myth: study

    'Freshman 15' weight gain is a myth: study
    CLEVELAND (Reuters) - The idea that college freshmen gain an average of 15 pounds in their first year of school is a myth -- the average is really between 2.4 pounds for women and 3.4 pounds for men, the co-author of a new study said Tuesday. "Not only...
  • Supplements for depression: What the research reveals

    Supplements for depression: What the research reveals
    Struggling with the black dog of depression? The supplement aisle abounds with options for people seeking a non-medicinal remedy — but figuring out what works and what doesn't can be a challenge for consumers and experts alike. That's because...
  • 'A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mother' by Janny Scott

    Janny Scott's intriguing new biography of Stanley Ann Dunham began as a newspaper profile published on the front page of the New York Times in March 2008, just as Dunham's son, Barack Obama, was driving toward the Democratic Party nomination. By then...
  • Teel Time: Hokies shifting ECU games to accommodate 2013 opener vs. Alabama

    Teel Time: Hokies shifting ECU games to accommodate 2013 opener vs. Alabama
    Virginia Tech’s football schedule is poised to become more difficult in 2013 and more forgiving in 2012. Hokies athletic director Jim Weaver confirms what Virginian-Pilot beat dude Kyle Tucker first unearthed last week, that Tech has agreed to open...