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Genesis (music group)

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  • The God Squad: God does not promise an untroubled life

    Question: I'm a Holocaust survivor who made it to the United States through the Dominican Republic by a big miracle. As time went by, I realized one thing: God did not let the Holocaust happen; we let it happen. Recently, I read a newspaper article about...
  • Harold's Market disappears, but neighbors wonder what will take its place

    Harold's Market disappears, but neighbors wonder what will take its place
    It has been a long slow decline for Harold's Market since former owner Ronnal Simpson moved to Florida. Today, Harold's has been reduced to rubble, and it is uncertain what will happen to the property it occupied now that the new owners are seeking a...
  • Armed with impressive resume, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson faces tall order

    Armed with impressive resume, Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson faces tall order
    The mood was festive at the Genesis Center in downtown Gary over the weekend as Karen Freeman-Wilson was sworn in as mayor, but in the estimation of many observers, she and her city are on borrowed time. Seated on the dais at the center of a row of newly...
  • On Faith: Serving others can enrich your life

    I am constantly observing people in my life who are quietly and unobtrusively serving others without fame and notoriety. Shortly after our marriage, my wife Sheila introduced me to an Evangelical minister who had received a call by the spirit to "feed my...
  • More refined Chrysler 300 is still a knockout

    More refined Chrysler 300 is still a knockout
    Five years ago, Chrysler's then-new 300 sedan walked into the ring and delivered a knockout blow to the rest of the full-size car market. Like any boxer with a chip on his shoulder, this nascent Chrysler carried itself with an air of brash cockiness...
  • The God Squad: Parents shouldn't deny 'old-fashioned' moral code

    Question: Despite the conservative Catholic stance on morality and church issues we've taken all our married life, our older unmarried son and daughter have no problem with sleeping over at a lover's home, in the same bed, with the full knowledge of the...
  • Arthur William Divens Sr., MTA employee, dies

    Arthur William Divens Sr., MTA employee, dies
    Arthur William Divens Sr., a World War II submariner who later worked for the Central Intelligence Agency and the Maryland Transit Administration, died June 25 of heart failure at Genesis Elder Care Center in Severna Park. He was 86. The son of a...
  • Car review: 2012 Hyundai Genesis

    Car review: 2012 Hyundai Genesis
    When it made its 2009 debut, Hyundai's flagship sedan, the Genesis, was a marvel. It offered rear-wheel drive, a potent V-8 option and an interior nearly on par with those of Lexus and Acura. It was so good, Cars.com bestowed upon it our highest annual...
  • In Theory: Have you questioned your faith in God?

    Q. A recent posting on CNN's Belief Blog discusses how people can lose faith when faced with traumatic events. The article relates former First Lady Laura Bush's experience after being involved in a fatal car accident in 1963. Bush missed a stop sign...
  • On Faith: 'Faith in the soul' is dangerous for society

    I'm all in favor of people believing anything they want — except when their behavior affects others in a negative way. To believe in any of the "big three" Abrahamic religions, you have to accept several tenets. You have to believe in...
  • Shaking things up with science

    COSTA MESA — Taio Cruz' radio hit "Dynamite" set the rhythm to shake it. A small group of soon-to-be first-graders shook their stuff and a small plastic bottle filled with toilet paper and water as they made paper pulp. The shaking was just the...