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  • "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...
  • Good Gulf oil-spill news: The fishing is fabulous

    Good Gulf oil-spill news: The fishing is fabulous
    I hate to be the bearer of good news when it comes to the Gulf of Mexico because it upsets so many of my fellow environmentalists still hoping for an oily Armageddon. But the rest of you might want to call in sick, grab your fishing poles and head out to...
  • Lee May's Garden: Asian Grace, Playful Touches

    Lee May's Garden: Asian Grace, Playful Touches
    "I prune, therefore I am." Gardening writer Lee May is joking, but he has a point. Since he and his wife, Lyn, moved from Atlanta to East Haddam in 2001, May has created a fascinating Asian-style garden, using bonsai techniques on his trees and shrubs...
  • The Siren's Call: Love energy

    The Siren's Call: Love energy
    This month's column is about love. Not the Valentine's Day variety. The Siren's Call is interested in love as an elemental force — as something experienced by mystics and glimpsed by poets. Dante caught a glimpse — this column recently...
  • 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...
  • Morris' wild NCAA-title ride

    Morris' wild  NCAA-title ride
    Michelle Morris was surprised when her mom handed her the May 24th issue of Sports Illustrated and she saw her name and face staring back at her with a small write-up. Sports Illustrated included Morris in a "Faces in the Crowd" segment. The item...
  • Sugar-Free Foods: Not the Sweet Choice?

    Sugar-Free Foods: Not the Sweet Choice?
    These days, the average American consumes a whopping 22 teaspoons of sugar each day, totaling about 350 calories. Thus, in the context of a national obesity problem, it's no surprise that food manufacturers have begun introducing sugar-free versions of...
  • CIA drones have broader list of targets

    CIA drones have broader list of targets
    Reporting from Washington -- The CIA received secret permission to attack a wider range of targets, including suspected militants whose names are not known, as part of a dramatic expansion of its campaign of drone strikes in Pakistan's border region,...
  • Festival spotlights the beauty of flowering crape myrtles

    Festival spotlights the beauty of flowering crape myrtles
    You know it's summer in Hampton Roads when the crape myrtles bloom. From the showy flowers to the artistic bark and rich green foliage, crape myrtles make a splashy southern statement in any sunny spot. The plants, original to China and grown in this...
  • 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...
  • A Downside to High Teen Self-Esteem?

    A Downside to High Teen Self-Esteem?
    Laura Rovi was smart enough to be lazy. An honor student at Elmhurst's York High School in Elmhurst, Illinois, she was accustomed to getting an A even when she cruised through a class. She expected nothing less when she took a government course her...