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  • Colorado at heart of Democrats' campaign for women's votes

    Colorado at heart of Democrats' campaign for women's votes
    Sen. Mark Udall strode into his new Western Slope headquarters last week with a very specific target in mind: women. In two of the first three television ads aired by his reelection campaign, Udall has hammered his opponent's conservative positions on...
  • Out of the Blue: Let city know what bicyclists need

    In the year and a half I've been writing for the Coastline Pilot, nothing has generated more heat than my last column on safe biking and walking in the wake of John Colvin's senseless death. Hopefully that passion will show up at Tuesday's City Council...
  • Access to contraception is a men's issue too

    In the days since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, allowing some employers to opt out of covering birth control in their employees’ health insurance packages, the critique from progressives has been consistent and clear: Reducing...
  • Technology inspires new generation of train watchers

      Technology inspires new generation of train watchers
    While Metra commuters file onto their usual trains at Ogilvie Transportation Center, Fred Van Dorpe frantically weaves from one platform to the next with a hand-held video camera strapped to his palm. In a matter of minutes, the 20-year-old from Chicago...
  • Elvis Presley: 5 films to watch on the 37th anniversary of his death

    Elvis Presley: 5 films to watch on the 37th anniversary of his death
    Elvis Presley, who died on this date in 1977 at age 42, starred in 31 scripted motion pictures beginning with 1956's "Love Me Tender" and ending with a thud with 1969's "Change of Habit." Because so many of his later films were so bad, including such...
  • Community Gardening Expo At Manchester Community College

    Community Gardening Expo At Manchester Community College
    MANCHESTER — A free event focused on community gardening is set for Saturday at Manchester Community College. The Celebration of Connecticut Community Gardens, slated for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., is to include workshops on topics such as composting and...
  • Gardeners Start Your Plantings

    Gardeners Start Your Plantings
    August is the time many gardeners have been waiting for – It’s vegetable gardening time.  Yes, get ready for nine months of great gardening.  Sure, it is hot now, but in about sixty days the weather starts to turn cooler. By then it is too...
  • Northern gardens flourish as Florida gardeners replant

    Northern gardens flourish as Florida gardeners replant
    Summer sure is hot and sometime you just have to escape to a cooler place.  We did to a more northern climate where the gardens were just beginning to display their harvests.  “Would you like a fresh squash?” one gardener asked.  He...
  • Events: Peach Festival, Victorian Tea And Plants For Bees, Butterflies And Hummingbirds

    Events: Peach Festival, Victorian Tea And Plants For Bees, Butterflies And Hummingbirds
    Peach Fest Celebrate the peach and nectarine season with a festival at Lyman Orchards, Saturday 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Lyman Orchards Apple Barrel, 32 Reeds Gap Road, Middlefield. Activities include breakfast on deck from 8-11 a.m. Pick your own peaches,...
  • Many Florida wealthy invest in their hobbies

    Many Florida wealthy invest in their hobbies
    More than three fourths of Floridians who have at least $1 million in investable assets say part of their investments goes into a hobby, according to a small in-state survey conducted for BMO Private Bank. Some 41 percent of those surveyed invest in...
  • Bumpy ride into history

    Bumpy ride into history
    Baltimore, home to the first received telegraph message (Samuel Morse, 1844, sent from Washington), the first umbrella factory in America (1828), the first Ouija board (1892) and — to note what really matters — the first baseball player to win...