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Alex Karpovsky plays one of the boys of "Girls," which will gear up for Season 3 shooting a couple of weeks after Season 2 ends March 17. Karpovsky is also an independent filmmaker, and his two latest films, the comedy "Red Flag" and thriller "Rubberneck,...
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Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelAttorney General Pam Bondi has sought a court order that would allow Jackson County's medical examiner to search for and exhume human remains on the grounds of the now-closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna. Anthropologists from the...
Renata Adler's first novel, "Speedboat," published in 1976, is that kind of book. The kind you buy multiple copies of to push on friends, the kind you dog-ear and mark up until it could line a hamster cage. A talisman, a weapon, a touchstone. For me, this...
Pushing back against a cost-cutting plan to overhaul scientific research at the Field Museum, curators are meeting this afternoon with museum president Richard Lariviere. Several said they hope to share concerns about his planned restructuring of the...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsSedgwick County authorities hope you can help them identify a woman whose skull was found in 2011. The skull was found in a creek bed in the 10000 block of S. 343rd Street West. Since then, the skull has been inspected by an anthropology expert and...
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In 1998, just before Napoleon Chagnon retired from the University of California at Santa Barbara, he signed a contract to write a book about his life as an anthropologist among the Yanomamö people, who live in the forests of Venezuela and Brazil. It...
For RedEyeNorthwestern University junior Catherine Althaus didn't apply for her first passport until about a year ago, but the 21-year-old biological anthropology major will be putting it to good use in a few months when she travels to eight countries this summer....
Special to the TribuneThe pain of the loss persists, but the legacies of five Northern Illinois University students fatally shot on Valentine's Day in 2008 have an even greater resonance. A bell tolled Thursday as nearly 500 people solemnly stood on a wind-swept plaza at 3:...
When Eddie Bartee started working at the Sparrows Point steel mill in 1955, about 35,000 men toiled at the eastern Baltimore County plant. Over the next four decades, he made a comfortable life for his wife and their six children as he moved through the...
MEXICO CITY -- In the run-up to Mexico’s bicentennial celebration of independence from Spain, then-President Felipe Calderon oversaw an elaborate parade to escort the bones of the nation’s founding fathers from their resting place at Mexico...
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MATA ORTIZ, Mexico —The place felt so familiar. The air was dry and warm and slightly smoky. Streets were unpaved, rutted, edged with weeds below ramshackle wooden fences. Swaybacked horses and muscled pickup trucks dueled for right of way on the...
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email@example.comThe Heart of Danville Main Street program started off the New Year with a new executive director. Bethany Rogers, a Danville native and the daughter of Buck and Jan Rogers, stepped into her new role Jan. 3. Brenda Willoughby, interim director, will...
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