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His family loved music, and Charlie had talent and self-confidence. He took singing lessons from a priest who had studied under composer Franz Liszt. His parents bought him an organ and paid his teacher with free meals. He jumped at opportunities to...
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Tribune staff reporterIt's not the size. Not alone. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis is four times taller. A standing Buddha in Japan is three times her height. Are there statues more splendid? As art, Michelangelo's massive, magnificent "David" is justly revered. Daniel...
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The Chicago TribuneNow, this should make everything clear: Al Gore, the winner of the most votes in the 2000 presidential race, conceded victory Wednesday night to George Bush, because the winner was the loser in the only count that mattered, the Electoral College....
Special to The TimesWhen I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
The Hartford CourantAsked to recall the first time she saw an automobile, 107-year-old Daisy Barnes instantly snaps back to a night on her front porch in Nova Scotia more than 90 years ago. ``We saw the automobile coming down, with its two big eyes -- it was evening --...
Sun ReporterMore than 100 million Americans are expected to cast ballots today that will decide the tightest contest in decades for the presidency and control of Congress. George W. Bush and Al Gore flew cross country into the early hours of Election Day, delivering...
Special to The TimesThere's not much of a barrier between Philadelphians and their city's history and culture. They walk briskly past the Liberty Bell on their way to a food-cart lunch, skateboard recklessly down the 100 steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum and, if you ask...
Tags: Death, Toys, Slavery, Betty Ford, History
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