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Capt. Ryan Jean wanted to perform well on the Army's psychological evaluation for soldiers. But he also wanted to answer the questions honestly. So when he was asked whether he believed his life had a lasting purpose, Jean, an atheist, saw no choice but...
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Before the city of Columbia existed, G. Laurence "Larry" Moore was farming there. Moore, a lifelong farmer perhaps best known as the owner of Larriland Farm in Woodbine, a family business he ran with his wife and four children, died of cancer on June 24....
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No matter what kind of art you like or where you live, there is something for you to do tonight. Already booked? There are art events later in the week, too, just check out our Calendar listings or go online to OrlandoSentinel.com/events. •Start...
DNA Evidence Clears Fort Worth Man Who Served 24Years for a Sexual Assault He Always Maintained He Didn¿t CommitWith the consent of the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, a Texas judge today vacated the conviction and freed David Wiggins based on new DNA evidence proving him innocent of a 1988 sexual assault of a fourteen-year-old girl. Wiggins...
Orlando Arts BlogNew art is coming to the downtown UCF campus, starting tomorrow. Here's the scoop from the Giant Illustrators collective: BeginningÂ Wednesday, Sept. 1, the UCF Center for Emerging Media will feature a giant selection of some of Orlando's most vibrant...
Orlando Arts BlogHere's the front-page story I wrote last week about the Amway Center Art Collection… Reposting it here on the Orlando Arts Blog is a bit of housekeeping on my end. The story will disappear from the news collections, and posting it here helps keep...
Art work produced during the annual Plein Air Invitational and exhibited at the Laguna Art Museum sold Saturday for $142,000. Proceeds were split between the museum, the Laguna Plein Air Painters Assn. which sponsors the invitational and the artists....
Times Staff WriterThe waves at Teahupoo are measured more by thickness than height, a sign of the cyclonic energy building within. They are some of the heaviest waves on the planet. They approach the small Tahitian community at up to 60 mph, depending on the severity of...
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