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"Magical." "Unforgettable." "Beautiful." That's how Justin Timberlake, who reportedly once was a pop music star, described to People magazine his wedding to Jessica Biel on Friday at an Italian seaside resort. The bride, 30, and bridegroom, 31, partied...
South Bend TribuneA rose garden for dad. Christine Sopczyn-ski, of South Bend, has been elated about her rose garden on Westmoor Street, near Kennedy School. Chris said the garden was started by her father, Ben, in the mid-1940s. Her father was an accomplished rosarian and...
On the day Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced he would be retiring after this season, my thoughts drifted back to a bitterly cold winter day in a cemetery in Akron, Ohio. That's where Richard Lollar was buried and where his bespectacled...
Tags: Murder, Baltimore Ravens, Football, Super Bowl, Ray Lewis
En una decisión tan sensata como salvadora, la Confederación Caribeña del Béisbol autorizó finalmente esta semana el retorno de Cuba a la agonizante Serie del Caribe. El movimiento, que se venía gestando desde hace algunos meses, le devolvería...
RedEye special contributor*** (out of four) Queens of the Stone Age can be a difficult band to monitor. Not only has it been six long, side project-laden years since its last album ("Era Vulgaris"), but the revolving door nature of the group's lineup means that you may want to...
OK, Orlando, do you want the good news or the bad news? The good news, you say? Congratulations! You have been named as the healthiest major city in Florida! The bad news? Out of the 50 largest communities in these United States, you were just 34th....
Male fans of the Chicago Cubs are known for three things: faithfully rooting on their team, savoring the sounds of Wrigley Field and standing uncomfortably close to other men while urinating into a long metal trough. Yes, a trip to the men's room at...
If you haven't heard of Baroness Barbe-Julie von Krudener, you've missed a good yarn. She was a child of wealth and privilege in the 19th century Governorate of Livonia. A life of social climbing, dalliance, literary ambition and finally religious...
A team of about 80 rescuers took nearly 21 hours to retrieve a North Whitehall Township man from one of the deepest pit caves in the country after he slipped and fell over weekend in Ellisons Cave in Georgia. Dwight Kempf, 54, had rappelled the 586-foot-...
Tags: Whitehall, First Aid, Wildlife, Landforms, University of Florida
The Baltimore SunOn the Internet, that storehouse of dubious advice, you can still find statements about grammar and usage like this one: "One is still officially supposed to avoid ending sentences with prepositions. In most cases, this is not hard to do: 'Who are you...
With the power of his middle name, Randal Bennett prevented a website being created for a winery that didn't exist. Those are the peculiar facts of the arrangement that ultimately led to Townley Gallery in Laguna Beach providing artwork for the bottle...
Tags: Arts, Wines, Alcoholic Beverages, Artists, Arts and Culture
As early as kindergarten, all students in Illinois could be engaged in science and engineering practices, from analyzing data to defining problems and designing solutions. By high school they'd be deep into engineering design and investigating solutions...
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