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Fort Worth Star-TelegramAs is the case with all art, it's best to experience Marshall Harris' firsthand. You can see all of it on his website, marshallharrisstudios.com, and photos of some of it accompany this story. But the reproductions don't do justice to the detailed, life-...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange NASCAR Driver Capsules, May 15 Capsules for the top 20 drivers in the Sprint Cup stands, plus five additional drivers of note. By Jerry Bonkowski and Bob Moore 48 JIMMIE JOHNSON, Chevrolet Team: Hendrick Motorsports WHERE HE...
Khaleej TimesUAE sponsors announce higher prize money to celebrate landmark event Kenya's Leonard Patrick Komon who won The UAE Healthy Kidney 10-km run in New York for the second straight year, feels changes to the Central Park course cost him the chance of setting...
The StateA wind chime tinkles as a morning breeze stirs the cool, springlike air. Below the eaves -- and the chime -- hangs a mailbox that a family of wrens has filled with its nest, despite the fact that nesting boxes hang, unused, throughout the surrounding...
The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.Northern snakehead fish have been moving inexorably into the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, including the Rappahannock River. While the popularity of the odd-looking invasive fish and the speed of its migration have surpassed expectations, its...
Tags: Biology, King George County, Recipes, Ecosystems, Fishing
F. Scott Fitzgerald's ambition for "The Great Gatsby" was scarcely modest: "Something new — something extraordinary and beautiful and simple and intricately patterned," the novelist wrote to his editor of his plans for the 1925 novel. Tobey...
NEW YORK — When the news broke in 1987 that Liberace, the famously flamboyant pianist, was dead at age 67 with what his manager had claimed was anemia brought on by a watermelon diet but was, in fact, AIDS, it made front-page headlines around the...
Special to the Hartford CourantNEW YORK CITY — Storybook-themed outings, particularly for young kids, abound in New York. Fans of "Eloise at the Plaza'' by Kay Thompson can book the Plaza Hotel's Eloise Suite, featuring a sparkly padded pink headboard and Eloise's name in neon...
More than a century ago, the rumbling, sputtering automobile put the horse and buggy out of business. Now, Jason Wenig wants to help history repeat itself. The owner of a Dania Beach car restoration company, Wenig is on a unique mission: harness today's...
The wounded warriors and their families led Saturday morning's Operation Giveback 5K, buoyed by a cheering crowd of spectators and fellow runners. Chris Gordon of Clermont, one of the wounded warriors, was grateful that the event for veterans and...
Tags: Orlando, New York City, West Point
The Buffalo NewsA week ago Saturday was a slice of heaven for Gloria Thomas, who married Jeffrey Swain in Bethel Tabernacle Church. Three days later, her life was hell. Tuesday, flames tore through the 2 1/2 -story apartment building she lived in at 118 Wakefield...
Times Record, Fort Smith, Ark.Percussion. There's nothing else like it in life. That belief belongs to Brandon Rice, a Van Buren High School sophomore who is a member of River Valley Independent (RVI), a group that is billed as Arkansas' only independent percussion ensemble....
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