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We were opening Christmas gifts last year when my much better half dropped a package on my lap -- a cold, heavy package. Curious (and suddenly chilly), I opened it. Bacon. Six pounds of artisan bacon, ranging from thick-cut hickory-smoked to jalapeņo-...
Tags: Christmas, Turkey (animal), Pies and Tarts, Holidays, Breads
I enjoyed your Aug. 23 article, “Expanded Garfield campus debuts,” about the history and opening of the Glendale Community College Garfield campus expansion. Your piece accurately recounted the epic, hours-long Board of Trustees meeting in...
The Camp Nelson Preservation and Education Foundation and the Jessamine County Fiscal Court will sponsor the Camp Nelson Civil War Days Living History Sept. 10-11. The event will be held on the grounds of the best preserved Union Army supply depot and...
As BGE continues Hurricane Irene restoration efforts, we want to thank our customers for their patience and understanding. This storm, which is similar to 2003's Hurricane Isabel, caused nearly the same amount of power outages resulting from massive trees...
Tags: Louisiana, Maryland, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Employees
Sun Belt Commissioner Wright Waters has been urging teams in his conference to wean themselves off money games, arguing that it hurts more than it helps. And it appears that his message is sinking in, as many Sun Belt teams have cut back games they...
Tags: Louisiana, South Carolina, Louisville, Nashville, Kentucky
FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe Howard Schnellenberger weekly radio show begins its season run tonight. This year the vagabond show has landed at the Duffy???s at 21212 Saint Andrews Blvd. in Boca. That will also be the place for the watch parties. The radio......
ReporterRadford University students gave a pro-life organization a less than welcoming reception to campus. The Tennessee based "Center for Bio-Ethical Reform" set up a huge anti-abortion display in the center of Radford University on Wednesday and Thursday. The...
The Baltimore SunVodka is down, red velvet is up and did Twinings pull a New Coke with Earl Grey? > Vodka is down (or is it) -- the vanguard of expert bartenders are sneering at customers who order vodka. Is a dirty martini the worst drink ever? Toronto restaurateur...
Source: National Climatic Data CenterBefore Hurricane Irene hit the east coast, the United States had already seen nine weather disasters this year that have caused $1 billion or more in damage. This ties the record set in 2008 for largest number of costly disasters. This year, we've seen...
Thousands in New Jersey were still in the dark Tuesday, nearly three days after Hurricane Irene knocked out power through the state causing mass flooding and plenty of headaches for residents and local businesses. According to PSE&G, crews have made...
Top of the TicketAfter Hurricane Irene, Democrat Obama hails his administration's disaster preparedness....
Andre Scott has 30 scholarship offers. Probably. We didn't ask him if he had any new ones today. Whatever the number, Orlando Oak Ridge athlete gets won't really matter. He's taken it all in stride. He wants to win football games. He wants to put Oak...
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