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NEW ORLEANS — On a glittery stage in a giant football arena, a smiling Ray Lewis is speaking to dozens of journalists about playing this Super Bowl for a higher power. "Rings fade, they tarnish, but the relationship I have with Him will never die,...
I'd like to use my space this week to talk about "Lincoln." No, not the Steven Spielberg blockbuster that may be front-and-center at Sunday's Oscar ceremonies, and not Bill O'Reilly's "Killing Lincoln," now on our television screens. This one is...
Honestly, “Home” threatened to be a bit of a bore for me until its well-nigh transcendent final 10 minutes. But those final 10 minutes were so good that they ended up boosting my opinion of the episode as a whole quite a bit. Hey, if you&...
A political conservative turned liberal, lifelong Roman Catholic and world-class curmudgeon, Garry Wills has called President Barack Obama a disappointment and Pope Benedict XVI irrelevant — and that was before the pontiff announced his resignation....
"A Good Day to Die Hard" isn't just the weakest of the "Die Hard" pictures; it's a lousy action movie on its own terms, even without comparing it to the adored 1988 franchise launch starring Bruce Willis as John McClane, the New York cop who's a carnage...
How does a city slicker who lives in Chanhassen end up with a job in the rodeo? For Jeff Rector, who grew up in Kansas City, Mo., it started with the horses. "I really, really loved horses," said Rector, 36. They were the reason he liked to watch...
Tags: Rodeo, Bareback Rodeo
It's the spring of 2015, and the car rental workers at John Wayne Airport in Orange County are reporting that visitors from Pittsburgh, Kansas City, New York, Tampa, Boston and Atlanta have been making strange requests. Instead of the usual, "How do...
Residents who complain about increased noise from commercial flights were told on Monday that nothing has changed. But their ears tell them differently. About 16 residents attended a meeting Monday at City Hall and were advised to collect pre-2008 data...
Tags: Dana Rohrabacher
A provider of advice and collector of items, William J. "Bill" Kadoun of Britton is remembered by many as an astute businessman who loved people and felt the pulse of the community. Many will remember Bill as auctioneer Jan Vold described him, “...
Tags: Farms, Groton, Chemotherapy, Auction Service, Business
Dreamliners began their third week on the ground Thursday as investigators continued to study lithium-battery systems that burned on two 787s. The Wall Street Journal reports that investigators have not found any problems with the design, manufacture or...
Season three of "The Walking Dead" has had a decidedly John Wayne bent to it. The bad guys are evil, the good guys are complicated, and the elements are constantly threatening. What is a post-apocalyptic zombie landscape but another frontier, after all?...
Complaints that commercial planes are flying lower over Laguna more often than in the past have been dismissed by the Federal Aviation Administration, but city officials heard differently Tuesday night. The City Council voted unanimously to appoint...
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