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Staff WriterWebcams have been switched on at the Statue of Liberty during a ceremony marking the monument's 125th anniversary. The Internet-connected cameras will let viewers gaze out at New York Harbor or see visitors on the grounds below. The ceremonial...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Ken Salazar, Grover Cleveland, Arts, Sculpture
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The big day is finally upon us: In an election in which no Pennsylvanian will have a say, Granite State voters head to the polls this morning in the first presidential primary of the 2012......
24 FramesThe Occupy Wall Street movement came to Park City, Utah, and the Sundance Film Festival, with Jonathan Demme screening his activist short at the concurrent Slamdance Film Festival....
Opinion L.A.As if he didn't have better things to do -- like pandering to Cuban American voters in Florida -- Mitt Romney has agreed to meet with NBC officials to discuss a Romney ad that got the network's knickers in a......
TribLocal - Des Plaines » NewsCliff Hagedorn, of Des Plaines, didn't expect such a vibrant greeting on Friday when he came to share stories about his service in World War …...
TribLocal - EvanstonThe 2012 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards contest, which recognizes excellence in literature, recently announced "Mollie’s War" by Cyndee Schaffer of Northbrook and her mother, Mollie …...
You can now see the view from the State of Liberty’s torch courtesy of a new live stream ing web camera. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island has installed the camera in time to celebrate the 125th anniversary of lady Liberty. You can see the find...
Tags: Ellis Island, Ceremonies
Heritage Academy’s chapter of the National Honor Society and the student government association organized a 9/11 tribute service that was held Sept. 9. The service was led by Kathleen Kidd, president of the NHS. Senior class president Jessica...
Tuesday was my earthquake day, literally and figuratively. While driving to Lynchburg for a college football roundtable, I learned that not only had an earthquake struck Virginia but also that the epicenter was in Mineral, an area I would soon be passing....
Toshiya Kuge, 20, of Osaka, Japan was an athlete and scholar who was determined to become proficient in English and earn a Master’s degree in engineering from an American university. He loved American football and was a linebacker in his first year...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesNew Yorkers are always on the run. Bankers rush from Wall Street to Midtown; harried shoppers tear through the narrow streets of NoLita and SoHo. Travelers may find it hard to keep up with the pace — unless they bring their running shoes and join...
The 33 NewsTwilight's Last Gleaming: It's the title of a seminar series turning heads at a Dallas church. The video for the series says America is doomed and nearing its end. And the series itself kicks off on somber day, that for some, raises questions. "Terrorist...
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