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Sun reporter"How old are you, Sister?" The question brings a sly smile to the face of Sister Agnes Barbara Hettel. "I'm 92," she replies. "I'm one of the young ones." That's an inside joke. And David Snowdon gets it. Probably only God knows more elderly nuns....
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Special To The SunWhen the body of a Harrisburg, Pa., man was found in his home in the fall of 2003, five weeks after he died of cancer, the man's pet wolf was discovered there, too, clinging to life. "He was starving. He couldn't walk," said Matt Swaner, manager of the...
Sun StaffAs customers snatched American flags right out of the box at a jammed Flag Shop in Baltimore's Harborplace, clerk Lena Hamideh struggled to keep pace with the cash-register line and a telephone that rang every 30 seconds. "I need a 5-by-8 USA!" Hamideh...
Sun reporterFor a generation of children, a high point of their day was sitting in front of the television to watch "Romper Room," hoping Miss Nancy would see them in her "magic mirror." "Romper bomper stomper boo, tell me, tell me, tell me do, magic mirror tell...
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Sun reporterShe's 30 years into retirement, and it's still happening.Nancy Claster goes about her life -- at the grocery store, the dry cleaner or even the track -- and finds herself cornered by some grown-up, someone who should have put away childish things. And...
Compared with my socially active colleagues in the Orlando Sentinel's intrepid Theme Park Rangers, I don't find too many reasons to venture inside our world-class attractions. I made an exception on a recent vacation and scooted out to Epcot to witness...
Since 2003, the nonprofit St. Johns Riverkeeper organization has hosted roughly two dozen multi-day excursions along the unspoiled river between Jacksonville and Palatka. That has always required a formidable commute for Orlando-area residents, but that'...
As the holiday season approached, Kristy Myers sent a message on Twitter to see if anyone minded that she wasn't planning on mailing cards. When no one responded, Myers joined other environmentally conscious people and skipped the paper. It's one of many...
It was windy and chilly on Tuesday, with a definite threat of rain, so it wasn't the ideal backdrop for the opening games of baseball spring training in the Sunshine State. On the flip side, there was plenty of elbow room in the reserved seats along...
It's not exactly Margaritaville, but there's no doubt that Jimmy Buffett would approve of the laid-back vibe at Wekiva Island. On the recommendation of a friend with an eye for watering holes with genuine character, I steered the car out to Wekiva Island...
The Daily MirrorThis postcard of homes on Chester Place has been listed on EBay. Chester Place was named for Chester Silent, the son of Judge Charles Silent, who developed the tract. Chester Silent died in a mysterious accident with a shotgun while attending Stanford....
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