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Basil is certainly the most popular summer herb in local gardens. The warm, long days of this time of the year are perfectly suited to these easy-to-grow plants. Basil supposedly derives its name from a terrifying beast of Greek mythology, the...
Tags: Salads, Internists, Soups, Newport Beach, Arts and Culture
By Ed Park After "American," the most overused but irresistible prefix for titles might be "The Secret History of." Unscientific trend-spotters (me) attribute the popularity of this modern-day usage to Donna Tartt's 1992 novel, "The Secret History."...
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Northeast MagazineA Wesleyan geology professor is on to something - like what really made the oracle speak, or dragons spew fire. Or where in the world Frodo fought the last battle in "Lord of the Rings." • • • The target audience for "The Lord of the Rings" movie...
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Sun StaffA medieval castle with arched windows, turrets and a majestic entrance is under construction at the Towson branch of the Baltimore County Public Library. The structure, located in the library's children's area, isn't intended to protect precious tomes,...
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