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The last pope to take the name Benedict, before the one who made history this month announcing plans to retire, assumed his duties a few weeks after the outbreak of World War I. As Christmas 1914 approached, Benedict XV, who described the war as “...
Tags: Holidays, Arts and Culture, Entertainment, Music, Culture
Farm, Field and Garden CorrespondentEditor's Note: This is the final installment in a series of three columns highlighting the restoration of a 1959 David Bradley Suburban riding tractor. As the clock was ticking steadily toward our deadline, there was still a lot of work that needed...
Tags: David Bradley, Holidays, Renovation, DVDs
Here's the best in festivals, bar discounts and beer dinners for the next two weeks. BROWARD March events at WOB: If you're a firefighter or a police officer, head to World of Beer from 3 to 6 p.m. tonight for half-off Irish drafts. World of Beer...
Daily American Staff WriterRuth Baer's mother taught her about the joys of giving back. When Baer and her parents lived in Ohio, the family would buy extra presents for Christmas and leave them for the less fortunate. The family continued the tradition when Baer and her mother...
SAN DIEGO — Devout opera companies caring to connect with Holy Week easily can. Along with the obvious choice of Wagner's "Parsifal," contemporary composers such as Harrison Birtwistle ("The Last Supper") and John Adams ("The Gospel According to the...
reporterEvery Sunday Pastors Kelly and David Derrick are front and center at St. Philip Lutheran Church in Roanoke County. But, this Sunday is a little different. "On Easter Sunday we recognize we're human, but we also celebrate that God takes our human...
Q. I’m a parent and a Christian. I’m shocked that the city would allow the circus to take place during Holy Week where there are so many religious events taking place. Can the city make sure the circus never is here during Holy Week in the...
BloggerSo much has been going on in March within the world of religion that I honestly don’t know what my next topic should be. Much like the NCAA, I’m in March madness. My only remedy for this dilemma with a deadline breathing down neck it to...
A line of strong thunderstorms moved across the state during the overnight hours. Large hail was reported in western Kansas, however by the time the storms moved through the central part of Kansas, reports of pea size hail (not severe) were common....
I spent the first two weeks of Lent in Antigua, Guatemala, where during the "Cuaresma" (Lent) everything changes. Purple banners hang on the outside of churches, shops and even homes. On Fridays, the people flock from all over to fill the churches eager...
Tags: Easter, Antigua and Barbuda, Guatemala, Lent, Good Friday
CRUMPLER, N.C. — There are millions of undocumented workers in America, and thousands of employers who illegally hire them. But Rodolfo Benito Coy Garcia and Rusty Barr play by the rules. Barr is an employer and Garcia his employee, one who...
This year is the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s decision to violate an injunction forbidding him to pray, sing or march in public in Birmingham, Ala. On Good Friday 1963 (which fell on April 12 that year), King led a march from...
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