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  • 'Do Not Sell at Any Price's' hunters stalk rare 78 rpm records

    'Do Not Sell at Any Price's' hunters stalk rare 78 rpm records
    Midway through her thoughtful, entertaining history of obsessed music collectors and their quest for rare early 78 rpm records, writer Amanda Petrusich has a revelation. Focusing on one particular seeker and his knack for finding obscure titles others have missed, she describes him strategizing his search by "pursuing his prey with the kind of vehemence typically employed by a PI stalking a client's ex-wife, or a cop chasing a kingpin. It felt calculated and thorough."
  • Founder of Mr. Goodcents chain builds an outdoors paradise in Kansas

    MAPLETON, Kan. Joe Bisogno bounced down a rugged path in his ATV until he reached a scenic vista of the paradise he has built in southeast Kansas. "If I would blindfold you and bring you here, you would never guess you were in Kansas," said Bisogno, 54,...

    Slew of new laws hit Virginia's books

    Slew of new laws hit Virginia's books
    RICHMOND — Hundreds of new laws take effect Tuesday, and you probably won't notice most of them. But one would have caught just about everyone's attention if it hadn't gone into effect: The new state budget. It directs $96 billion in state and...

    Kate MacFall: Bear hunt is no way to alleviate problem

    In response to recent conflicts between bears and humans in Central Florida, some legislators have suggested the Sunshine State needs to implement a trophy hunt on the unique and rare Florida black bear — a subspecies of the American black bear....

    Glastonbury embraces Metallica's 'heavier side'

    PILTON England (Reuters) - Metallica rocked Glastonbury on Saturday night, confounding critics who said heavy metal had no place at Britain's biggest music festival. After opening with "Creeping Death" and "For Whom the Bell Tolls," front man James...