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Bake-Off fun facts In 1980, Pillsbury officials couldn't reach finalist Gloria Ward of Mankato, Minn., who was spending the winter in Arizona in her travel trailer with no telephone. Pillsbury officials finally delivered the message to the town's...
"If he popped up in the pinch he should of made a base hit and the reason he didn't was so-and-so. And if he cracked one for three bases he ought to had a home run, only the ball wasn't lively, or the wind brought it back, or he tripped on a lump o' dirt,...
President Barack Obama's emotional speech on the Tucson tragedy was penned in part by a 30-year-old Chicago native who works in the White House. Cody Keenan, a graduate of Northwestern University and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, long toiled...
WASHINGTON — Remember NASA? It once represented to the world the apogee of American scientific and technological achievement. Here is President Barack Obama's vision of NASA's mission, as explained by administrator Charles Bolden: "One was he...
Tribune staff reporterTwo men with White House aspirations offered starkly different assessments of the war in Iraq on Tuesday, with one pleading for patience and the other calling for a new strategy. Though Fred Thompson and Barack Obama both appeared before the Veterans...
Tags: Television, Polls, White House, Hillary Clinton, North Carolina
Inspire your children's inner builder at these engineering wonders constructed with steel, glass, timber and more. 1. Brooklyn Bridge, New York. This star of movies and marathons connects the island of Manhattan with the borough of Brooklyn. Opened in...
Is it a zoo or a museum? Yes to both. The San Diego Zoo and its Safari Park long ago shattered the mold for the cat-in-a-cage attraction. Now other visionary organizations are pushing the limits, putting nature on display more naturally, then adding a...
Tags: Animals, Arts and Culture, Palm Desert, History, Super Bowl
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe White Mountains that straddle the California-Nevada border are known for their extreme environment. They get less than a foot of rain a year. The wind blows almost constantly, and the temperatures can dip to well below zero. Hard to imagine, then,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesReporting from Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia Griddle-hot deserts, time-forsaken ghost towns, prismatic canyons and endless ribbons of lonely highway: There's nothing quite like a road trip across the Southwest to get the gasoline pumping in an...
Keep the spirit of summer alive. Here are options and opportunities for one last family getaway. 1. Float the Grand Canyon. The experienced river and sea outfitter O.A.R.S. has an additional departure before the Grand Canyon rafting season closes. Join...
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