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The Daily MirrorMarch 4, 1960: Nancy Sinatra greets Elvis! March 4, 1960: Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) pulls even with Vice President Richard Nixon – even though Kennedy is Catholic! (More on the jump). Our favorite Pasadena gun store has 7.65-millimeter Lugers...
L.A. Times Olympics BlogI am an enormous fan of women's sports. And that includes non-Olympic women's sports, such as the Northwestern women's lacrosse team, whose success has turned into my favorite story of the last five years. I have railed at the International......
Animal Crazy» Orlando Sentinel – Animal CrazyNancy DeVault with the American Heart Association passes along some advice that's good for your health — and your pet's health. Whether you are into big dogs with a bark worse than their bite or little yappy furballs that fit in your purse, owning a...
The Fabulous ForumThe accident leading to the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was caused by his own driving mistakes during a training run at the Vancouver Olympics, according to a report released Monday by the international luge federation known as FIL.......
A West Michigan family is really enjoying the winter weather. They've built what they're calling their very own luge. The Doyle family said the two run track, on the northwest side of Grand Rapids, beats being shut in all winter playing video games....
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSingapore — FROM inside the gaping mouth of the Merlion, nine stories above ground, I surveyed the island of Sentosa and, across the harbor, the skyline of Singapore. The Merlion — half fish (as in mermaid) and half lion (as in the Lion City)...
Tribune reporterMUSKEGON, Mich.—"You know," my 15-year-old luge instructor tells me, to ease my nerves, "more people die in cheerleading than luge." I nod and lean back against the yellow sled, inching toward the gate, nothing but icy curves ahead, all pointing...
SunSentinel.comAsk John! Sun Sentinel restaurant writer John Tanasychuk answers YOUR questions about restaurants, eating out and more. To submit your question, e-mail here. Please include your name, city and state with each question. -------------------- Wednesday,...
Baltimore Sun ReporterThis was no roller coaster. The half-mile ride required a liability waiver: Bobsledding "is a hazardous act, which could cause personal injury or damage," according to the only capitalized sentence in a forest of fine print. After swearing not to sue,...
MUSKEGON - Jacob Hyrns isn't your typical teenager. Most days the Muskegon native is going 80-miles-per-hour down an Olympic Luge track. Jacob was in the Reeths-Puffer School system until he decided to pursue a dream. He started training with the...
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If you hate the cold, this isn't a job for you, heck, if you hate cold, this isn't the STATE for you! But if you don't mind bundling up, then you gotta check out the luge track at the Muskegon Winter Sports Park. One of only 4 in the US, the track is...
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Tribune Olympic BureauCourtney Zablocki's destiny as a luge racer can be traced to her childhood, when she and her brothers rode laundry baskets down the staircase in the family home. She entered a street-luge competition when she was 12, responding to an advertisement at the...
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