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Today's tutorial, funded by a generous grant from the Get Serious! Self-Help Institute ("For people who just can't help themselves") is: How to Take A Nap. The nap is one of the great blessings of civilization. Before civilization, it was hard to take...
KTLA NewsPYRAMID LAKE (KTLA) -- A Bay Area man was killed Saturday when his jet ski collided with a boat on Pyramid Lake, authorities said. Witnesses claim Edgardo Almaraz, of Newark, Calif., was riding his Wave Runner around 1:40 p.m. when he made a sudden...
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John Rucker of Lancaster, a senior at Centre College, accompanied Dr. Robyn Cutright, assistant professor of anthropology, to Peru for an archeological dig in the Jequetepeque Valley this summer. Centre senior Billy Spradlin of Louisville was also part of...
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NewsCore/AFPIn a move bound to leave many Greeks and scholars aghast,Greece'sculture ministry said Tuesday it will open up some of the debt-stricken country's most-cherished archaeological sites to advertising firms and other ventures. The ministry says the move...
FOX 17 NewsBird Flu Coming Back (Source: CNN) The United Nations warned Monday of a possible resurgence of the deadly avian flu virus, saying there are indications a mutant strain may be spreading in Asia. A variant strain of the H5N1 avian influenza virus, which...
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Archaeologists in Southern Maryland say they have solved a mystery that has baffled historians since at least the 1930s. They say they have found Zekiah Fort. The fort was established in 1680 by Gov. Charles Calvert, the third Lord Baltimore, for the...
Elizabeth Brumfiel, a widely recognized scholar in the field of feminist archaeology who studied Aztec culture, examining not only the functional and economic significance of ancient relics but what scholars learned about changing gender roles and...
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email@example.comPERRYVILLE —Businesspeople here are gathering and purchasing toys for the second year during a holiday event, “It’s A Wonderful Life on Merchants Row,” presented by Perryville Market. Vendors will be set up from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m....
Valley Women WriterBetty Young said she did what everyone else was doing at the time. “During the war there were a lot of nights and weekends I volunteered. Basically I wanted to help. Everybody was doing something to try and help the effort,&...
TULUM, Mexico — Contrary to what many people might think, Mexico's Riviera Maya didn't pop up in the last 40 years like Cancun, just to the north and whose airport most folks use to get here. The Maya populated this southern coast of the Yucatan...
Baltimore's tallest building, at 100 Light St., is now the Transamerica Tower. Formerly called the Legg Mason Building, it was originally built as the headquarters of the United States Fidelity and Guaranty (USF&G) Company in 1973 — one of the...
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