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Former Gov. Ehrlich's column illustrates clearly what is wrong with today's GOP ("No, Mr. President, nobody else 'made that happen,'" July 23). Mr. Ehrlich rightly acknowledges that "no person achieves success in a given field or endeavor without some...
Jacket CopyThe Library of Congress' list of 88 books that shaped America includes poetry, novels, nonfiction, a play, a polemic, books of science and grammar, cookbooks and children's books. What's it missing?...
Daily DishIn the old days, chef memoirs tended to follow much the same pattern, almost like the biographies of sports stars. There was a certain uplifting, Horatio Alger aspect to them as a young man (usually from a disadvantaged background) found......
Next month, the Costa Mesa City Council will take a formal position regarding the proposed controversial expansion of the San Diego (405) Freeway through Costa Mesa. It is critical for the residents to become educated and speak out about what impact...
Next week, the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans (www.horatioalger.org) will celebrate its 65th anniversary. I confess I did not know of its existence until I read their ad in an airline magazine. I am familiar with Horatio Alger, the...
Tags: Science, Tom Selleck, Democratic Party, Ceremonies, Culture
Longtime readers of Orlando Sentinel editorials might think they've awakened in the Twilight Zone. The Sentinel's editorial board has had some epic disagreements with hotelier Harris Rosen. Over a light-rail system between downtown Orlando and...
Culture MonsterThe committee that first selected Frank Gehry to design a planned Eisenhower Memorial in Washington, D.C., confirms its support for his design, which was questioned by Eisenhower's family....
Joshua Montgomery and Carlos Riveros Jr., both of Columbia, each received a $2,500 Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans scholarship in June for their perseverance in overcoming adversity while succeeding academically, contributing to the...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Human Interest
Emily Targonski, of Ellicott City, received a leadership scholarship for the 2011-2012 academic year from the Trustees of the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation. She is a graduate of Mount de Sales Academy. Frank Ugboh, of Laurel, received a $2,500...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Human Interest, Ellicott City, FBI
Jacket CopyAnthony Bourdain, a chef-turned-author-turned-television-host, turns 55 today....
Culture MonsterA post in the Reading L.A. series by Christopher Hawthorne on Charles Jencks, Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne and architecture's L.A. School...
Head football coaches are often referred to figuratively as CEOs of a program or franchise. Virginia's fledgling United Football League franchise took the unusual step of hiring a CEO as its first head coach. Joe Moglia, who gave up a promsing coaching...
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