Displaying items 109-120 of 266 » View herald-mail.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-23 Next >
St. Cornelius, known as Cornély in France, opens his arms in blessing from a niche above the old stone church in Carnac. Legend has it that he was persecuted by Rome for his opposition to animal sacrifice and chased by soldiers all the way to the Brittany...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — The mystery surrounding a skeleton discovered buried in a South Chapin Street backyard this month has been solved. Not only did several people know the skeleton was already buried in the yard, there was actually a burial ceremony in...
Sentinel Staff WriterWe've had a small flurry of dinner-show developments lately. Pirate's Dinner Adventure revamped its main show for the first time in 15 years (more on that later this week), Medieval Times introduced a kids program called "Train to Be a Knight" and,...
FOX 17 ReporterSaturday night The Pyramid Scheme in downtown Grand Rapids hosted an event allowing art enthusiasts to meet the artists of ArtPrize. It was a chance for the community to kick back, relax, enjoy a few beers, and talk about some of the ArtPrize pieces....
Tags: Fraud, Arts and Culture, Artists, Corporate Crime
Sentinel Staff WriterTickets are now on sale for the Neanderthal Ball, a fund-raiser for the Orlando Science Center and its youth programs on Nov. 5. The event is known for its throwback style, with attendees encouraged to wear animal prints or go with full-on caveman/...
The Hartford CourantSuperman had his Clark Kent — a mild-mannered alter-ego and someone who might be considered, well, a geek. People might look at me as a rugged, explore-any-place kind of guy who thrives on living on the edge out in the natural world. But actually...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A group who spent a recent afternoon hoping to find antiques buried deep in the ground such a bottles or old coins were, instead, greeted by a human skeleton. One that possibly could have laid undisturbed for more than 100 years. The...
5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 5:50 a.m. Greg Jarrett will have your chance to win tickets to see Paul McCartney at Wrigley! 6:09 a.m. Los Angeles Times D.C. correspondent Lisa Mascaro gives Greg Jarrett an update on the debt ceiling negotiations. ...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefAnother link to the past is being restored at Thomas Jefferson's Bedford County retreat. Poplar Forest is replanting the home's original landscape. Archeologists have spent the last two years looking for evidence of trees and flowers that used to grow...
Billy Costello Former WBC light welterweight boxing champ Billy Costello, 55, a former WBC light welterweight boxing champion who won his first 30 professional fights, died of lung cancer Wednesday at a hospital in his hometown of Kingston, N.Y., said...
As social beings, we humans benefit greatly from working in groups. Coordination of these activities requires that, to some degree, we give up some personal freedom for some greater common benefit. Most human organizational structures are pyramidal, with...
Nov 6, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Oct 21, 2011 |Story| South Bend Tribune
Jul 5, 2011 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Sep 24, 2011 |Story| WXMI
Sep 26, 2011 |Story| Associated Press
Oct 5, 2011 |Story| Orlando Sentinel
Oct 6, 2011 |Column| Hartford Courant
Oct 15, 2011 |Story| South Bend Tribune
Jul 2, 2011 |Story| WGN-AM
Dec 13, 2011 |Story| WDBJ7
Jul 1, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jul 28, 2011 |Story| Aberdeen News
Original site for Archaeology topic gallery.