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The first time I saw Jack, my daughter's pup of choice, 11 years ago, I was certain she had lost her mind. There I was picking up her dog with her at Howard County Animal Control, unaware until that moment that Jack was very, very large. Called Polar Bear...
Tags: Italy, Pets, Forests, Natural Resources, Stroke
The Baltimore SunSee a retractable kitchen island, controlled with an iPhone. Find out who said, "I'm barely interested in food....I love food but I don't like to talk about it very long." Also, Bananas Foster injures four at Florida restaurant, and Eli discovers an...
Reuters(David Rohde is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By David Rohde May 22 (Reuters) - In Moscow, they are "non-Soviet Russians." In New Delhi, they are a "political Goliath" that may soon awake. In Beijing and SÃ£o Paolo, they are lawyers...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A sliding door - say, a door of planks hanging from exposed hardware - transforms a room. It's so eye-catching, so unexpected, that it invites closer looks. It brings smiles. There are also practical reasons for choosing sliding doors....
Tags: Charlotte, Architecture
The Capital, Annapolis, Md.The Girl Scouts of Camp Whippoorwill have seen the camp they love rapidly deteriorate. There are holes in the cabin roofs, broken windows, dated plumbing and cracked tiles. Sometimes the Scouts use duct tape for a quick fix. But the 85-year-old camp...
The Philadelphia InquirerAny way you look at it, it was a tough year for the networks. Broadcast ratings dropped by an average of 7.5 percent, the steepest decline in six years. NBC's "Do No Harm" notched the smallest audience for a series debut in broadcast history and was...
The Sacramento BeeBy the time he left foster care, Willis Mucelroy estimates, he had lived in 30 foster homes across the Central Valley. He ended up homeless, sleeping behind a south Sacramento community center earlier this year. Then Mucelroy, 20, found a program that...
Cinemark Holdings Inc., the nation's third-largest theater chain, is bulking up in Los Angeles County with plans to open a multiplex at the SouthBay Pavilion shopping mall in Carson. Vintage Real Estate, which owns and manages SouthBay Pavilion, said it...
Tags: JC Penney Company Inc., Old Navy, Sears, Target
American News, Aberdeen, S.D.The sports facility building boom in Sioux Falls over the past few years is massive. But not when compared to what has been happening in the Twins Cities. It is a case of millions vs. billions. With the Minnesota Vikings announcing its specifics for...
ReutersBy Tony Munroe and Rajesh Kumar Singh MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, May 16 (Reuters) - Global companies betting on India's potential as a consumer market are looking beyond the worst patch in a decade for Asia's third-largest economy and investing billions of...
Seattle TimesIn addition to "Her Aim Is True," "Barzan" and "Evergreen: The Road to Legalization in Washington," the following films make up the Northwest Connections section of SIFF. Many of these screenings will feature special guests; see http://www.siff.net for...
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