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SANTA ANA — It belongs in a museum! That's what Indiana Jones said as he traversed the globe in search of elusive ancient artifacts that others wanted only for themselves. Now, however, the tables have turned, and the greatest archaeologist who...
When the Chesapeake Bay restoration program began in earnest in 1983, with the signing of the first Chesapeake Bay Agreement, it was hailed as the beginning of a new era of interjurisdictional partnering to save a national treasure. And so it was. With...
Think you are an American citizen? Well think again, because you and I are probably illegal immigrants There were no humans born on the original land mass of what is today known as the United States. The National Geographic Society thinks that the...
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Michael Chabon's best-selling new novel, “Telegraph Avenue,” is set in and around Brokeland Records, a used-vinyl record store on the border between Oakland and Berkeley, Calif., where Chabon has lived since the late 1990s. The story follows...
How do you convey to the world the American ideal of free speech or curious turns of phrase like "stump speech" and "gerrymandering"? Abderrahim Foukara does it daily, as Al Jazeera's bureau chief in Washington. I first met the Moroccan-born journalist at...
Staff WriterMEXICALI — Curious passers-by often peek in the window of the new Centro Islamico de Mexicali on Michoacan Avenue, just 15 minutes walking distance from the Calexico West Port of Entry, where at least twice a week, the few but faithful Mexicali...
Rupa Marya sings in English, French, Spanish, Hindi and Tzotzil, a Mayan language spoken in the Mexican Chiapas state. She could sing in other languages if she wanted to. Marya’s band, Rupa and the April Fishes, similarly play global music: Gypsy...
The Winchester SunAccording to the latest statistics from the Kentucky Department of Education, the number of high school students taking at least one Advanced Placement class each semester has risen each year statewide since 2007. George Rogers Clark High School has seen...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERNational Geographic travel editors picked the Great Allegheny Passage as one of the 10 best places to get away this fall. The hiking and biking trail, which curves through southern Somerset County, is among a group of destinations that include...
Marvin W. Meyer, an expert on Gnosticism and ancient texts about Jesus outside the New Testament who challenged the traditional portrayal of Judas Iscariot as the ultimate biblical villain, has died. He was 64. Meyer, whose book "The Gospel of Judas"...
The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art, in the Branford House Mansion on UConn’s Avery Point Campus in Groton, opens its Late Summer Exhibition of four New England artists on Friday, July 20, with an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The show...
Tags: Artists, Groton, Arts, Old Lyme, Fine Artists
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