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Maryland WeatherFrom The Sun's print editions: Baltimore Sun reporter Candus Thomson offers this guest post: Indian Summer, by the strictest of definitions, doesn’t appear to be on Baltimore’s horizon or even beyond, according to the Accuweather charts. No...
Tags: Minority Groups, Weather
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsGot some decent feedback on last Sunday's column, where I pitched the idea of changing Broward's name to Lauderdale County. My view: The Broward name is blah, forced upon us by the Florida Legislature 100 years ago to honor a......
The Hartford CourantI have always skipped over preserves less than 20 acres or so since they are quick hikes where one hardly breaks a sweat. And after visiting the 12-acre Roy Huse Collins Nature Preserve in north Portland near the Glastonbury line, I will never be...
Tags: Rivers, Minority Groups, Bodies of Water
The Hartford CourantI love old roads. They are about as close to a time machine as one can get, outside of the one I'm tinkering with in my basement. And East Haddam's Creek Row is about as old as they come, being the first road built in a town that dates to the 1660s, when...
Tags: Connecticut, Christianity, Manchester, Rivers, Minority Groups
Many vestiges of former times are along Woodward Road on the southeast end of Charlevoix County. To get to this isolated corner of the county turn off U.S. 131 onto Thumb Lake Road at the north end of Boyne Falls village and follow it about three miles...
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The Hartford CourantAs we walked through the deep woods, the Barkhamsted Lighthouse remained hidden, yet it was all around us. Suddenly, my guide — Ken Feder, an anthropology professor at Central Connecticut State University — stopped before a grove of giant...
Students at Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis were in the Super Bowl spotlight Friday. The school is taking part in the NFL's Super Learning in a Super State program. The program provides educational opportunities for students and teachers in...
Tags: Football, Arts and Culture, Minority Groups, Super Bowl, History
Little Debbie is rolling over in her grave, blowing cream-filled chunks into her cocoa-dusted bonnet. That some rabble-rousing young Republicans from America’s liberal hotbed have corrupted the treat du jour for their bitter bon mot on affirmative...
The Hartford CourantSuperman had his Clark Kent — a mild-mannered alter-ego and someone who might be considered, well, a geek. People might look at me as a rugged, explore-any-place kind of guy who thrives on living on the edge out in the natural world. But actually...
Editor's note: This is the ninth in a 12-part series about Washington County Historical Society's founders. The Washington County Historical Society, in cooperation with the Hagerstown- Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is hosting an...
Last week, I shared thoughts about visiting the Mortenson ranch north of Pierre. There is a second part of the journey that provoked much more thought. This trip was part of the South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership seminar. While the physical...
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