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  • Cheap Beer Sales are Up

    Cheap Beer Sales are Up
    The sagging economy hasn't affected affected alcohol sales. Americans are still drinking. But what they're drinking is changing. Like many people Cornell Green enjoys an occasional beer. Today he's choosing Budweiser. It's $1.79 cheaper than his usual...
  • Amsterdam romances guests at a Thanksgiving destination wedding

    When friends heard where my stepson and his fiancée were planning to tie the knot, the inevitable response was: "Cool. Is she Dutch?" In fact, neither of these two adventurous young people possesses even one strand of Low Country DNA. They just like...
  • Rosangelas' old-school pizza rules

    First impressions: Rosangelas is a throwback to those wonderful, old-time Italian pizzerias you grew up with. Its vintage neon pizza sign out front alerts hungry visitors cruising 95th Street. Inside, the wood-paneled dining room has booths and tables...
  • Las Vegas insiders' guide to people-watching

    The guy with the carton of Heineken ambled past moments after I sat down at a bus shelter on Las Vegas Boulevard. Only three green bottles remained from what had once been a six-pack. He downed another and proceeded south toward the Monte Carlo. "You'd...
  • A scrapbook career in shreds

    A scrapbook career in shreds
    They called her "labelwhore," this 28-year-old rising star in the world of scrapbooking, with a silver stud in her lip and a tattoo in Latin on her left forearm: "Art is long, life is short." Before the Internet bullies bashed her and judges revoked...
  • Bonaire: Dutch mariachis, nude snorkelers and the incomparable Captain Don

    Bonaire: Dutch mariachis, nude snorkelers and the incomparable Captain Don
    "How's your fish?" I was having dinner at a waterfront restaurant, my first evening in Bonaire, and the question from the man at the next table didn't surprise me. The island has been attracting people interested in fish ever since the rakish Don Stewart...
  • Food worth wait at young Koda

    The two people sitting across from me at Koda are young locals who have money to spend (their favorite steakhouse is Ruth's Chris) and somewhat sophisticated palates (this night, she's red wine with meat, he's Heineken with fish). In short, they are...
  • Up All Night at Ghost Bar

    "Plush, laid back, fun.." "funky..." "You don't have to do much to really bring this place to life." "The Ghostbar is a premiere spot here in dallas...if your not at the Ghost Bar you're nowhere...there it is." "Number one spot in dallas Fort Worth......
  • A return to Ukraine

    On a flawless late-summer day in eastern Ukraine that mimicked the nation's flag of sky blue over harvest gold, I stood at the top of a hill and stared into the grassy ravine where Nazis dumped the corpses of my Jewish grandparents and great-grandparents....
  • Compromise on alcohol leaves Afghans shaken, stirred

    No one wants to see Abdul Jabar Sabit when he walks into a bar. Yet nervous workers still rush up, with forced smiles and handshakes, asking if he'd like a soda or a seat. Sabit wants neither. In his traditional robe and hat, with a full, white beard, he...
  • Chapter 3: Growing Violence, Dwindling Fortunes

    The Victor Gerena who appeared at Annhurst College was nothing like the young man who had shown such promise only months before, at Bulkeley High School in the gritty South End of Hartford. Annhurst was in Woodstock, Conn., a town of dairy cows and...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2000 | East St. Louis' Darius Miles: Regarded as one of the three best high school players in the nation, he takes Illinois' top honor by a landslide

    Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2000 | East St. Louis' Darius Miles: Regarded as one of the three best high school players in the nation, he takes Illinois' top honor by a landslide
    Ethel Miles didn't think her son had a chance. Even though 6-foot-8-inch Darius Miles is considered among the three best players in the nation, mom was convinced that Brett Melton of Mahomet-Seymour would win the Mr. Basketball of Illinois award. "I...