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  • For a Nisei sisterhood, it's yesterday once more

    For a Nisei sisterhood, it's yesterday once more
    The ladies gathered in Rose Honda's West Los Angeles home, faded mementos of their lives laid out on the teak dining table. There are photos of outings in pin curls, saddle shoes and white gloves. A 1951 United Airlines ticket from Los Angeles to...
  • Catholics and gays, Hitt and Ebola: Letters

    Catholics and gays, Hitt and Ebola: Letters
    Catholics welcome gays I am happy to hear the Catholic Church is facing reality and acknowledging the existence, within society — and, presumably, within the clergy itself — of halfway-decent gay people ("Vatican moves to welcome gays,"...
  • Past week's scores, next week's games

    FRIDAY'S RESULTS Phoebus 21, Woodside 17 Landstown 42, Tallwood 35 Green Run 49, Kempsville 8 Ocean Lakes 63, First Colonial 7 Sussex Central 20, Franklin 14 Charles City 47, Middlesex 14 Salem 28, Princess Anne 0 Cox 21, Kellam 0 Norcom 35, Churchland...
  • District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season

    District 11 football stat leaders entering the second half of the regular season
    Duke Helm, the District 11 statistician, has proved another batch of stats and other information. Hard to believe, but the second half of the regular season begins tonight and some great performances have taken place so far this year with more to come....
  • China is again slowly turning in on itself

     China is again slowly turning in on itself
    Deng Xiaoping is back … but only on television. This year — the 110th anniversary of his birth — Beijing is sparing no expense to commemorate the former leader who launched China's modern reform era in the late 1970s, bringing...
  • Religion: Boutique Choices In Religious Marketplace

    Religion: Boutique Choices In Religious Marketplace
    Remember the suburban shopping mall? Supposedly it's dying in the United States. Almost no new malls are being built, companies that specialize in malls have declared bankruptcy and — worst of all, if you grew up in 1980s shopping-mall culture...
  • Week 8: Friday football scores

    Week 8: Friday football scores
    Final scores, scoring summaries and team stats from Week 8 of high school football games around Palm Beach County.   THURSDAY, Oct. 16 Wellington 42, Seminole Ridge 15 FRIDAY, Oct. 17 Palm Beach Gardens 24, Jupiter 7 Boca Raton 27,...
  • Looking Out: Queer storyteller recounts religious 'exorcism' in upcoming show

    Looking Out: Queer storyteller recounts religious 'exorcism' in upcoming show
    When S.B. Morgaine learned the theme for next week's Stoop Storytelling Series show -- "strange-but-true happenings" -- she knew just the tale to tell. More than two decades ago, when the now 39-year-old Atheist was a young evangelical Christian teen...
  • District 11's single-game and seasonal football stat leaders entering Week 8

    District 11's single-game and seasonal football stat leaders entering Week 8
    The big numbers in this offensive-oriented high school football season keep rolling in. Duke Helm, District 11's statistician, keeps tracking the numbers as school records continue to be broken. A few more were broken last week and the way things are...
  • UHart Hosting One-Day Underground Film Festival

    UHart Hosting One-Day Underground Film Festival
    The fourth annual New England Underground Film Festival will take place on Oct. 11 at the University of Hartford, presenting eight short films and two feature-length movies. The shorts are a mixed bag of dramas, documentaries, music stories and comedies,...
  • Landowners sue over fracking delay

    Landowners sue over fracking delay
    Amy Pollard is one of thousands of landowners in southern Illinois who leased land to oil drillers two years ago for horizontal hydraulic fracturing. By now, she thought the money and the oil would be flowing. But on Tuesday, Marc Miller, head of the...