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  • Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes

    Slashing service is no answer to circulator woes
    The Charm City Circulator is a free service which is an incredible amenity to those who live and work in and around downtown, and especially the 11th District ("Charm City Circulator running $11.6M deficit," Nov. 25). It contributes to a reduction in...
  • After close finishes, Olympia runner yearns for state title

    After close finishes, Olympia runner yearns for state title
    As an anchor in Olympia's television production class, Emily Headley imagines how she would report winning a state cross country title during the school's closed-circuit broadcast. "It would be something like, 'After having three up-close finishes,...
  • Girls volleyball Super Six

    Girls volleyball Super Six
    1. Bishop Moore: Class 4A, District 7 champs beat Winter Springs twice in regular season, will look for third straight state title. 2. Winter Springs: Bears repeated as 7A-4 district champs with win over Oviedo. 3. Oviedo: Lions were district runner-...
  • DP nears record at finish line on district races

    DP nears record at finish line on district races
    What we now take for granted in the fall is that it rains every Friday night in September, and Dr. Phillips, Bishop Moore and South Daytona Warner Christian win all of their district football games. District dates are the ones that count, because they...
  • Japanese festival brings the community together

    Japanese festival brings the community together
    This is the land of the perpetual festival. Every weekend of every year, somewhere in Central Florida there is a festival of arts, crafts, music, plants, animals, history, heritage, race, national origin and ethnicity. As a roll call of Orlando...
  • Maltzan's One Santa Fe apartment complex plays with notion of density

    Maltzan's One Santa Fe apartment complex plays with notion of density
    Every once in a while a piece of architecture comes along that is emblematic of a moment in a city's architectural and urban development. One Santa Fe, a 438-unit apartment complex in the arts district by Michael Maltzan Architecture, is that kind of...
  • Transit project report's psychedelic cover was a bit of a trip

    Transit project report's psychedelic cover was a bit of a trip
    Government agencies can do very little to make an environmental impact report entertaining. Each study, hundreds of pages long, meticulously analyzes the possible effect of a major construction project on everything from endangered species to air...
  • Hearing called to investigate Circulator, adding $1 fee

    Hearing called to investigate Circulator, adding $1 fee
    City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young called Monday for a hearing on whether the city should charge passengers a fee to ride the Charm City Circulator, the popular bus service that now connects more than 4 million Baltimoreans and visitors to...
  • The many layers of Istanbul

    The many layers of Istanbul
    I first visited Istanbul in the 1970s. Some of my most vivid memories of that trip are of the colorful locals. Scruffy kids sold cherry juice and old men would grab huge cucumbers from wheeled carts, then peel, quarter and salt them to sell for pennies....
  • Metro breaks ground on key downtown L.A. subway link

    Metro breaks ground on key downtown L.A. subway link
    Transportation officials Tuesday cheered the start of construction for a subway project designed to close a frustrating gap in Los Angeles County's growing rail network. During a symbolic groundbreaking in Little Tokyo, local and federal representatives...
  • Two well-known leaders compete for top Springs job

    Two well-known leaders compete for top Springs job
    Two veteran politicians are vying for the mayor's seat in November. Tom Powers, a commissioner since 2008, has a challenger few expected: Skip Campbell, who served in the state Senate from 1996 to 2006, when term limits forced him out. A Democrat, he was...