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It was the Hello Kitty tepee that did it for me. Some exhibitions can be so challenging that it takes a particularly unexpected artwork for the viewer to finally let go and get into the swing of things. "War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American...
WASHINGTON -- The budget feud on Capitol Hill is looking like those Vietnam War peace talks when negotiators bickered over the shape of the table. House Republicans, after howling for years about Senate Democrats' failure to pass a budget, are...
A large, stained-glass window at the Brown County Courthouse is set to be restored next year, a project that could cost $50,000. áThe window, on the second story of the courthouse, is visible from Lincoln Street. It has not been re-leaded since the...
Tuesday, May 7 I truly hope you were able to catch "Susan's Story," either last night at 6 or today on WDBJ 7 Mornin'. Susan Bahorich bravely shared her personal struggle with ovarian cancer. I am so proud of her for being open and honest with what she is...
Tags: Farms, William Byrd, Brain, April Fools' Day, Abusive Behavior
ReutersThe Sports Xchange By Benjamin Standig, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: adds more quotes Kerr claims Kingsmill crown in playoff JAMES CITY, Va. -- Cristie Kerr emits a confident if not boastful aura on the golf course, especially when the ultimate...
Tags: Litigation and Regulation, Golf, Sports, LPGA Tour
South Bend TribuneThe Memorial Retirement Club representing all aspects of Memorial Hospital, Memorial Health System and Memorial Home Care will gather from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 13 for a casual lunch and meeting at the First Methodist Church, 333 N. Michigan St.,...
Tags: Human Interest
Thirty-eight years ago last week, I was among the last CIA officers to be choppered off the U.S. Embassy roof in Saigon as the North Vietnamese took the country. Just two years before that chaotic rush for the exits, the Nixon administration had withdrawn...
In the unforgiving Afghan landscape, we have learned that you can't buy a warlord. You can only rent one. We owe this education to our man in Kabul, President Hamid Karzai. For more than a decade, it has been recently confirmed, U.S. dollars packed into...
In "The Powers," Valerie Sayers' long-awaited sixth novel — her first since "Brain Fever" (1996) — the great Yankees slugger Joe DiMaggio is embarking on his historic hitting streak of 1941, riveting Americans as much as or more than the...
Guantanamo. It's another name for purgatory.á It's unreasonable to expect the prisoners there to remain for life, so it would seem to be common sense to move them to secure facilities in America. Have trials for each of them and return the guilty to a...
Reuters(David Rohde is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By David Rohde NEW YORK, May 3 (Reuters) - After helping coordinate the American civilian aid efforts in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Libya, Mark Ward arrived in Turkey last year to oversee...
Armed Forces of wars past and present are honored with monuments and memorials. They are symbols to remind us Freedom is not Free, it is paid for in blood.á Those who served wrote a blank check to our country payable at any cost to include the giving of...
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