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  • How to Care for Your Bones: for Starters, Drink Milk

    How to Care for Your Bones: for Starters, Drink Milk
    Bones are the body's first lines of defense. They protect the brain, heart and lungs and anchor the muscles. They keep us mobile. And all they ask in return is our support to keep them strong: good nutrition, weight-bearing exercise, calcium and Vitamin...
  • The Siren's Call: Bigfoot and secret societies

    The Siren's Call: Bigfoot and secret societies
    Remember Robert Bly's bestselling 1990 book "Iron John: A Book About Men"? It was the manifesto for a movement -- a call for men to get back in touch with their primal selves. Go out in the woods, strip off your shirt, bang on a drum and howl at the moon....
  • How to Care for Your Bones

    How to Care for Your Bones
    Bones are the body's first lines of defense. They protect the brain, heart and lungs and anchor the muscles. They keep us mobile. And all they ask in return is our support to keep them strong: good nutrition, weight-bearing exercise, calcium and vitamin...
  • Our unending fascination with secrecy

    Our unending fascination with secrecy
    Fears of conspiracies and mysterious cabals are nothing new -- that's what Arthur Goldwag illustrates in "Cults, Conspiracies and Secret Societies" (Vintage Books: $16 paper). The book is part compendium/part commentary on the numerous organizations and...
  • 'The Lost Symbol'

    'The Lost Symbol'
    The wait is over. "The Lost Symbol," the follow-up to Dan Brown's 2003 mega-seller, "The Da Vinci Code," is here -- and you don't have to be a Freemason to enjoy it (although it wouldn't hurt). Like "Angels and Demons," published in 2000, and "The Da...
  • The Siren's Call: An epic poet as Mary Shelley's co-author

    The Siren's Call: An epic poet as Mary Shelley's co-author
    How did Mary Shelley come up with the idea for "Frankenstein"? Did that spooky storytelling contest at the Villa Diodati in 1816 -- you know, the one with Byron, John Polidori and Mary's husband Percy -- send her imagination into high gear? Was it all the...
  • Edward Maximilien Joseph George

    Edward Maximilien Joseph George  It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, Edward Maximilien Joseph George.  Edward was just a month and 22 days shy of his 107 birthday when...
  • Masons offer up slice of Americana

    Masons offer up slice of Americana
    You just don't get a juicier slice of Americana than hearing roaring engines compete with classic rock 'n' roll through a haze of grilling burger smoke. Burbankers, along with surrounding area residents, were recently treated to just such a heaping...
  • Never forget: History museums

    From the earliest settlers to the space explorers, Hampton Roads museums tell a continuous story of the importance of our region to history. HISTORY MUSEUMS 1. Air Power Park. Vintage military jets, missiles, rockets and a children's playground....
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  • The L.A. Times book review: Dan Brown's 'The Lost Symbol'

     
    The book won't hit shelves until Tuesday and hasn't been distributed to reviewers; nevertheless, our Nick Owchar has been among the few to have seen and read "The Lost Symbol," the follow-up to Dan Brown's mega-bestseller, "The Da Vinci Code."......