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In the sporting world, there is something called the "make-up call." Umpires and referees deny it exists, but the idea is that when they blow a call — and the crowd is always happy to point out when this has occurred, employing the time-honored...
Sarah Palin is giving indecision a bad name. Not only can't she decide whether to run for president, this week she even waffled over whether to keep a date to speak at a "tea party" rally in Iowa on Sunday, a Sarah-palooza her devotees have been...
I am pleased to report the sighting of an artifact so rarely seen among Democrats that it has become the stuff of legend and conjecture, like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness monster. It is called a "spine." The spine was briefly glimpsed a little over a week...
KIAHThese days, the state of Alaska makes headlines when Sarah Palin does something. And, oh yeah, you can see Russia from there, too. But Alaska's waters are making headlines after a sea monster was caught on camera. This video dates back to 2009, but it'...
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Los Angeles TimesScan through digital images from the Aberdeen Bestiary and you'll find a marvelous stew of myth and reality. Alongside familiar animals — leopards, panthers, hyenas — this glorious 12th century illuminated manuscript includes some strange...
If Inverness were a soundtrack, it would be a harp-and-cello duet. Lovely. Subdued. Applause not necessary. Located 30 miles northwest of the Loop, Inverness is a village of bedrooms, not businesses. Think Barrington Hills without Barrington. Until...
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Passions collided head-on in Aberdeen. Outdoor poetry on the prairie not only survived but thrived. So it went last week, when Minnesota outdoor writer, poet, guest lecturer and high school teacher Larry Gavin of Faribault came to Aberdeen to share...
L.A. NOWThe rare, ribbon-shaped sea creature was far from home when it washed ashore in Malibu this week. A runner spotted the 12-foot-long fish with silvery scales and a scarlet red dorsal fin floundering in the waters just off Malibu Colony......
Turn It UpThe women in Nick Cave’s Grinderman songs come on strong. A worm tamer, heathen child and spider goddess -- they’re a handful. The guys should be overwhelmed, but they act like they’ve got nothing to lose except their dignity. At......
The Fitness Center - Orlando SentinelFacing the scale the day after returning from vacation is not usually something to look forward to. Oct 28 was the first time my husband and I had stepped on a scale since we packed our bags and left on a 12-day tour of Scotland and Ireland. But I’ll...
The Religion WorldChristianity Today's October issue notes the Pew Forum study that found 18 percent of Americans think President Barack Obama is a Muslim. So what does that mean? The magazine looked at what other things 18 percent of Americans do or believe: Believe the...
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