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  • 'If Birds Gather Your Hair for Nesting' by Anna Journey

    Anna Journey's first book of poems, "If Birds Gather Your Hair for Nesting" (University of Georgia Press: 104 pp., $16.95 paper), is a deeply American debut that deals with the author's Southern childhood and adolescence as a pretty, redheaded girl from...
  • Beckham adjusts, tears up Arizona Fall League

    Even as the top-ranked player in the White Sox's farm system, Gordon Beckham recognizes the need for change. "If you don't adjust, you're not going to play for too long,' Beckham said Tuesday in a conference call with reporters. Thanks to adjustments in...
  • Keeping up with ... Lincoln-Way East's Alisa Goler

    Keeping up with ...  Lincoln-Way East's Alisa Goler
    Adapting to college life is daunting enough. But doing so 13 hours away from home while trying to earn a starting role in arguably the country's top softball conference made last fall a stressful time for Alisa Goler. "The distance was a concern because...
  • "A Voyage Long and Strange," by Tony Horwitz

    In "Pathfinders," his encompassing history of the exploration of the globe, Felipe Fernandez-Armesto notes that the "Atlantic breakthrough" made by Europe at the end of the 15th Century took place in less than a decade. From Christopher Columbus' landfall...
  • Self-Control is Contagious

    Self-Control is Contagious
    Your ability to resist eating a cookie, or your inability to control yourself, may have a lot to do with who you hang out with, according to a study from the University of Georgia. Researchers say self-control is contagious. Ditto for lack of self...
  • Bottled Washes to Clean Food?

    Bottled Washes to Clean Food?
    For consumers worried about E. coli on their cantaloupe or pesticides on their peaches, there's a new form of alleged assistance on grocery store shelves: bottled washes that promise to remove pesticide residues, wax, dirt and bacteria from fruit and...
  • Saturday Starcaps -- Lake and Osceola counties: South Lake's Nick Waisome shows why he's a hot item as a junior

    Some of Central Florida's most prized recruits were on the field Friday night when Apopka traveled to Groveland South Lake. Apopka has six players mentioned on the Sentinel's lists of top recruits, South Lake has three players. Of those listed, two...
  • Teel Time: Hokies lose Odom to Charlotte

    - Odom joined Tech staff in 2003 - He's son of former Wake Forest coach - Will Greenberg promote from within? Virginia Tech is losing its longest-tenured assistant basketball coach. Ryan Odom, an original member of Seth Greenberg's Hokies staff in...
  • Brand remembered at Conseco

    Brand remembered at Conseco
    Several notable speakers honored the life and the memory of former IU and NCAA President Dr. Myles Brand. To the several hundred gathered inside Conseco Fieldhouse Wednesday night, Myles Brand was much more than an administrator. He was a molder, a...
  • Kenny Shaw makes visit to Georgia this weekend

    Kenny Shaw makes visit to Georgia this weekend
    Dr. Phillips' wide receiver Kenny Shaw had one of his biggest games of the season Friday night in the Panthers' 41-7 victory over West Orange, then headed to the University of Georgia this weekend for his scheduled visit with the Bulldogs. It is the...
  • Simple elixir called a 'miracle liquid'

    It's a kitchen degreaser. It's a window cleaner. It kills athlete's foot. Oh, and you can drink it. Sounds like the old "Saturday Night Live" gag for Shimmer, the faux floor polish plugged by Gilda Radner. But the elixir is real. It has been approved...
  • Scientists see this flu strain as relatively mild

    As the World Health Organization raised its infectious disease alert level Wednesday and health officials confirmed the first death linked to swine flu inside U.S. borders, scientists studying the virus are coming to the consensus that this hybrid...