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Laissez les bons temps roulez, dear readers, Join me Tuesday, Feb. 12 for the Havre de Grace Mardi Gras Parade at 6:30 p.m. down Bourbon Street from the high school, to Washington Street into downtown, ending on St. John and Warren streets at Legion...
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The Baltimore SunIt has been a fallow interval at the blog because of some hectic days at the paragraph factory, domestic exigencies, and the like, but I am back today to advocate, in my small way, sanity. Immediately after the late election, the outbreaks of...
Almost 500 Emory University faculty and students have expressed their dismay that their commencement speaker on Monday does not toe the ideological line when it comes to evolutionary biology. Yes — gasp — the renowned Johns Hopkins...
Listen carefully to the Republican debates and you get a view of the kind of society many Republicans seek. The last time we had it was in the Gilded Age of the late 19th century. It was an era when the nation was mesmerized by the doctrine of free...
For a lightweight comedy about two unconventional dudes sheltering a fugitive space alien, "Paul" sure comes weighted down with conventional movie "values." We all know the list by now: It's better to be socially inept and unkempt than neat and...
Tags: Comedy (genre), DVDs, Seth Rogen, Jason Bateman, Walt Disney
Sun StaffThe claims are everywhere: on posters and T-shirts, on the Internet and in books, even sometimes headlining the national news. Thomas Jefferson's eccentricities were actually a form of autism. Albert Einstein's genius flourished despite a learning...
ReutersBy John Mehaffey LONDON, May 15 (Reuters) - Resilience in the face of adversity has shaped the course of New Zealand cricket since naturalist Charles Darwin sighted freed Maori slaves and the son of a missionary at play in 1835. Although rugby union and...
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ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - England have been left in no doubt about what will be required of them in the first test against New Zealand starting at Lord's on Thursday. The world's second-ranked team struggled on their recent tour of New Zealand where they were...
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Special CorrespondentLike supermodels sporting the latest on the runways of the world’s oceans, each year a group of new cruise ships debuts. Here are some noteworthy ones being launched in 2013: · MSC Cruises – The MSC Preziosa, a 139,400-ton, 3,502-...
When 16-year-old Josh Hoeflich was contemplating a topic for an essay for a summer class last year, he didn't have to look far for inspiration. The Glencoe teenager said he decided to write about his relationship with his older brother. "We've grown...
Tags: Poetry, Teaching and Learning, Biology, Students, Truman Capote
email@example.comMy mother made me a journalist. And a musician, an artist, a poet and a playwright. I realized this recently while taking in an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. —“The Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Art and Design,...
I'm working too much at my art, seven hours a day with a break for lunch and a nap. I'm working too little at my art, seven hours a day with a break for lunch and a nap. -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row Journal, delivered...
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