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Safe cycling This is in response to Tribune columnist John Kass' "I hate to say it, cyclists, but the other bike shoe has just dropped" (News, May 9). City-wide faded bike lanes are a concern for riders and motorists alike. If "Civilian Little Bike...
Tags: AIDS, HIV, Health, Periodicals, Religion and Belief
Reuters(Corrects day to Tuesday from Monday in first paragraph) * Approach of grilling season boosts beef to record * Late arrival of warm weather improves mood for grilling * Beef prices may be near a peak - analysts By Sam Nelson CHICAGO, May 14 (Reuters)...
School board cancels trips to Antietam Recreation after parental complaints about 'spiritual' email@example.comWashington County Public Schools middle school students will not be making the traditional spring trip to Antietam Recreation this year after complaints about last year’s program, including a message that was “spiritual in nature,”...
In 2008, New York's Lincoln Center revived a Broadway warhorse: "South Pacific." At the beginning of the overture in the Vivian Beaumont Theater, the lip of Michael Yeargan's setting, which had the outline of a tropical island, began to move backward,...
The food, a timeless presentation of French gourmet classics, is as savory as ever. The service is attentive and flawless. The dining rooms, freshly polished and filled with historical artifacts, promise a luxuriant meal. The veteran waiters are hard at...
ReutersBy Stuart Grudgings KUALA LUMPUR, May 5 (Reuters) - Malaysians vote on Sunday in an election that could weaken or even end the rule of one of the world's longest-lived coalitions, which faces a stiff challenge from an opposition pledging to clean up...
NEW DELHI — Malaysia faces its most significant election in decades Sunday, as voters choose between the longtime ruling coalition touting its steady hand and an untested opposition alliance promising economic and political reforms. The stakes are...
The Jewish Daily Forward reports on synagogues merging across denominational lines to survive: The Jews of Corpus Christi knew a decade ago they had to act fast to save their two synagogues. With at most 1,000 Jews left in the Texas town and only 60...
Tags: Israel, Arts and Culture, Finance, Religion and Belief, Judaism
Comedian Lloyd Ahlquist steps onto the stage, girded for battle. Wearing the uniform of a Soviet officer, with medals dripping from his chest, he channels dictator Joseph Stalin and prepares to deliver a rhyming smackdown on Russia's mad monk, Grigori...
I could tell you that I'm married, have three adult children and on and on. But you don't really know a person until you've talked about "stuff." That's what we're going to do here every Tuesday. I'm just going to talk about the things that matter to me....
NEW YORK -- Coming off a television season that saw its ratings fall by 20%, Fox unveiled a new schedule heavy on big names both in front of and behind the camera in hopes of rejuvenating its prime-time lineup. “We’re making the biggest...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: FIXING Eagle Dunes to Eagle Creek in first line of LOCAL KNOWLEDGE Course Source: Eagle Creek GC, Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Fla....
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