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  • Kenny Shaw makes visit to Georgia this weekend

    Kenny Shaw makes visit to Georgia this weekend
    Dr. Phillips' wide receiver Kenny Shaw had one of his biggest games of the season Friday night in the Panthers' 41-7 victory over West Orange, then headed to the University of Georgia this weekend for his scheduled visit with the Bulldogs. It is the...
  • Saturday Starcaps -- Lake and Osceola counties: South Lake's Nick Waisome shows why he's a hot item as a junior

    Some of Central Florida's most prized recruits were on the field Friday night when Apopka traveled to Groveland South Lake. Apopka has six players mentioned on the Sentinel's lists of top recruits, South Lake has three players. Of those listed, two...
  • Osceola's B.J. Butler awaiting Louisville offer and he'll likely decommit Georgia

    Osceola's B.J. Butler awaiting Louisville offer and he'll likely decommit Georgia
    B.J. Butler has not decommitted from his pledge to attend the University of Georgia, but he's close. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound athlete from Kissimmee Osceola is a Louisville offer away from putting the Bulldogs in his rearview mirror. Ex-Florida defensive...
  • Reality springs a leak in BP spill coverage

    The script for the BP oil spill is falling apart. There will be no environmental calamity. The Gulf of Mexico is healing itself faster than anyone imagined. And for the many critics of BP's and the government's handling of the disaster, there is even...
  • "A Voyage Long and Strange," by Tony Horwitz

    In "Pathfinders," his encompassing history of the exploration of the globe, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto notes that the "Atlantic breakthrough" made by Europe at the end of the 15th Century took place in less than a decade. From Christopher Columbus' landfall...
  • Starved for normality

    Starved for normality
    Bryan Bixler is dying. He feels it in his bones a little more each day, as if passing the mirror in his Laguna Beach apartment and glancing at himself isn't evidence enough. Here's what greets him: sunken eyes, paper-thin arms and legs that hang like a...
  • Mom, Can I Run a Marathon?

    Mom, Can I Run a Marathon?
    Like many runners, 14-year-old Dan Anderson felt his body disintegrating around mile 17 of the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon. But fueled by a cheering crowd, the Wisconsin teenager completed the grueling 26.2-mile race to join an elite and controversial...
  • Relish the thought

    Relish the thought
    Relish: It's more than just a topping for ballpark hot dogs. A spoonful or two can spark almost any meal. And don't think all relishes are made from pickled cucumbers; relishes today are made from tomato, corn, eggplant, and many more seasonal...
  • Relishing relish-making

    Relishing relish-making
    In summer, the story goes, when bushels of tomatoes would be piled high at farm stands and markets, my grandmother would present herself in the kitchen clad only in her bathing suit and pearls. The bathing suit was because she was about to cook up and can...
  • "Please Come Back to Me" by Jessica Treadway

    "Please Come Back to Me" by Jessica Treadway
    "Please Come Back to Me" By Jessica Treadway University of Georgia Press, $24.95 "Fiction is about everything human," writer Flannery O’Connor said, and Jessica Treadway's novella and story collection, 'Please Come Back to Me,' showcases that...
  • Sidewalks: A story lovely as a tree

    Sidewalks: A story lovely as a tree
    If you have ever wondered how many trees are in Lincoln Park — on one of those days you weren't wondering what to wear or where to go to dinner — Liam Heneghan will tell you. For more than a year, this professor in DePaul University's...