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Good thing the Pavilion on the Lake is the last piece of Tavares' waterfront project — the natives are getting twitchy. City Council members last week unanimously approved cost overruns that will nearly double the cost — bringing it to $6....
Question: My kids and grandkids all tell me I need to get an iPad so I can see photos on their Facebook pages, use something called Facetime to talk to them and do e-mail, etc. I've only used a computer for basics, like typing a letter and an email once...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAaron Miller has three cherished possessions from his junior year at North Hagerstown High School, including a varsity letter for football. He never played a down or snapped on a helmet as the Hubs rolled to a 9-2 record, including a berth in the...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGA conversation with Irish folk singer Tommy Sands reveals yet one more reason why he is known by many as the “Bard of Peace.” The man who has dedicated his life to the struggle for peace in Northern Ireland has a voice that, even in...
The 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who are about to elect the next pope took different roads to Rome. Some prepared for the priesthood as proteges of renowned prelates. Others followed an academic path, becoming scholars of theology, literature or canon...
A photograph, Marisa Silver writes at the end of her new novel, "Mary Coin," is "an alchemy of fact and invention that produces something recognizable as the truth. But it is not the truth." It is as if Silver is writing about her own new novel here...
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Few days opened more darkly for the U.S. Navy than March 9, 1862. Mangled by the lethal guns and armored sides of the CSS Virginia on the previous afternoon, the Union fleet in Hampton Roads still reeled from the brutal loss of two warships and 300...
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More than a century after she went blind, a new study casts doubt on how bright, blue-eyed “Little House on the Prairie” older sister Mary Ingalls lost her vision. Using medical papers from the 19th century, unpublished family journals and...
Salina County authorities say an autopsy confirms that a man who was involved in a standoff with police last September killed himself. Nineteen-year-old Marijan Gadson died by shooting himself in the head after hiding in the basement of a home for...
SAN FRANCISCO — "This is one of my favorite rooms," said SFJAZZ founder and Executive Artistic Director Randall Kline, smiling as he stepped over exposed pipes and dusty planks in the SFJAZZ Center. "Then again, they're all my favorite rooms," he...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Taking at least one aspirin every week is linked to the development of age-related vision loss, according to a new study. The Australian researchers, however, caution that there's still not enough evidence to say taking the...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Driving to his company's Granger office one day, Niel Makielski noticed the telephone poles along the road seemed to be warping as he passed them. The chief of his company's small maintenance department and a "fix-it" guy all his life,...
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