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The looping line at the Jungle Cruise is almost Euclidean in its use of space. Hundreds of us shuffle across that cramped boathouse entrance — standing, shuffling, standing. We snake upstairs and down, then back across one another, like...
The Hartford CourantIt's been a busy few weeks, what with the election, the Petraeus scandal, the Thanksgiving holiday, and UConn being dissed yet again by the ACC, so I thought I might provide a quick rundown of what's been going on with some of the major players....
Mark Tarner talks as passionately about the portion of a Titanosaurus tooth he found with his family during a trip to rural Nebraska as he does about making Christmas crunch and candy cane fudge. Most people associate Tarner with chocolate. Who knew the...
The Dallara IndyCar Factory in Speedway just turned its state of the art 200,000 square foot headquarters into a Disneyland for racing fans. From an interactive racing zone ¿to a hands-on video wall of Dallara history ¿and a racing themed theater, ¿this...
South Bend TribuneGabriella Mammolenti is cool as a cucumber, poised and ready for a shot at the title. She is 6 years old and is a first-grader at Elm Road School in Mishawaka. In June she was crowned National American Miss Indiana (in the 4-6 age group). She will be...
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While trying to think of something to write about for this week’s column, I stumbled on the first column I ever wrote for this newspaper. It was written the summer of 1991. My cousin Heinz Pfister and his wife, Trudi, were visiting Holtville at...
OSSIAN, Ind - It seem that their fate was already figured out-and it could have been described as sunny. When Ron Harnish contacted his son Chandler on April 28th he asked the simple question of where he might be finding his next place of employment. ...
Easter is a wonderful time for Christians. For the early Christians it was a time of weeping by the tomb of Jesus until he rose from the dead, and he revealed himself to his followers. Mary Magdalene was one of them. She served him, loved him and now...
The fireworks at Disneyland had ended. It was past closing time and the crowds were pouring out the gates, but we lingered. Layla Alshawi, the 63-year-old mother of our friends, didn't want to leave. She hugged a light pole, joking that we would have...
In exchange for a modest $1.4 million investment by the state, at least 418 jobs came out of a program that aims to help young Florida companies grow. That's only about $3,400 per job – or less than the cost of a weeklong Disney cruise to the...
Fiction "The Lost Memory of Skin" (Ecco) by Russell Banks. Coming Tuesday. Banks, one of our finest and most adventurous novelists, is not afraid to tackle big, tough topics that persistently bedevil the human species, and with his 17th book, he has...
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