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  • Living detached from the larger world

    Living detached from the larger world
    The Polish poet Adam Zagajewski was born in what was, at the time, the Soviet Union. In his poem "Self Portrait," he describes the life of a writer: Between the computer, a pencil and a typewriter. Half my day passes. One day it will be half a century....
  • Pro surfer Erica Hosseini breaks the waves, dresses with style

    Pro surfer Erica Hosseini breaks the waves, dresses with style
    ERICA HOSSEINI is shy about showing off the surfing awards, trophies and oversized faux checks stashed all over her colorful bedroom. But she jumps at the chance to talk about her gadgets -- the desktop PC with a huge flat screen, the MacBook Pro laptop...
  • Indianapolis seasonal employment opportunities

    Indianapolis seasonal employment opportunities
    Christmas is the busiest retail season of the year and that is good news for people looking for seasonal employment. Many stores have help wanted signs in their windows and your best bet is to walk around the mall and fill out an application on the spot....
  • Zabriskie nips Rogers, Leipheimer for Stage 3 win, overall lead

     
    David Zabriskie of Garmin-Transitions who has called Los Angeles his home for almost a year, outsprinted HTC-Columbia's Michael Rogers and three-time defending champion Levi Leipheimer of Team RadioShack to win Stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California...
  • Lance Armstrong almost crashes; Francesco Chicchi wins stage

     
    Francesco Chicchi of the Italian Liquigas-Doimo team won Wednesday's Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California, surprisingly beating out HTC-Columbia sprint star Mark Cavendish at the finish of the stage, which covered 121.5 miles from San Jose into...
  • HTC-Columbia's Michael Rogers keeps Amgen Tour of California lead

     
    Michael Rogers of the California-based HTC-Columbia team finished third in Friday's Stage 6 of the Amgen Tour of California, the mountain stage from Palmdale to Big Bear, but the Australian held on to the overall lead and will start last......
  • Lance Armstrong's team releases series of Floyd Landis e-mails

     
    Lance Armstrong always fights back. So did his team on Friday, a day and a half after the Wall Street Journal wrote a story revealing e-mails sent by Floyd Landis to various national and international cycling officials as well as......
  • Rogers holds off Leipheimer, Zabriskie, wins Amgen Tour of California

     
    The Amgen Tour of California finished with a Stage 8 that is harmlessly called a circuit race, 83.5 miles of riding in a circle through Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village and Agoura Hills. Up and down Mullholland Highway between Cornell Road......
  • Lance Armstrong will race next week

     
    Via his Team RadioShack website, Lance Armstrong announced he would be racing next week at the Tour of Luxembourg. After Armstrong crashed out of the Amgen Tour of California last Thursday with almost four stages left to race, his team......
  • Lance Armstrong will ride in Tour de France

     
    Seven-time winner Lance Armstrong will ride in next month's Tour de France, Team RadioShack confirmed Tuesday. Team director Johan Bruyneel said Tuesday that Armstrong, 38, will be joined by Andreas Kloden of Germany, Americans Levi Leipheimer and Chris...
  • Lance Armstrong begins quest for 8th title as Tour de France begins Saturday

     
    Lance Armstrong's three-week quest for his eighth Tour de France victory begins with Saturday's time-trial prologue in Rotterdam, Netherlands, where the 38-year-old American will lead his new RadioShack team into battle. Armstrong says he is in a better...
  • Lance Armstrong gets off to strong start as Tour de France begins

     
    Time-trial specialist Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland dominated the prologue of the Tour de France on Saturday but the big news was that American Lance Armstrong got off to a great start and finished fourth.  Cancellara navigated the rain-slicked ...