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August 05, 1996 | Roy Blount Jr.
SHAKE THAT FAMILY TREE THANKS TO A BOND WITH A SMALL AFRICAN NATION, A GEORGIAN REDISCOVERS HIS ROOTS
August 05, 1996 | ROY BLOUNT JR.
If The Star-Spangled Banner is running through your mind thisweek, well, fine, but I'll tell you what these Olympics haveplanted firmly in mine: certain passages from the Dogon-Peulh, aseduction dance of Burkina Faso...
January 24, 2000 | Rick Reilly
I admire the Reverend Jesse Jackson. I think he's one of America's heroes. The man goes behind enemy lines to negotiate the release of captured U.S. servicemen, gets millions of minorities to register to vote and...
February 07, 1966 | Jim Scott
As a newspaper writer, I've covered sports from coast to coast, but after a fourth martini, when I start reminiscing, it is an early-day marbles tournament that still grabs me the tightest.
February 27, 1989
KELLY JOY ANDERSONBRADENTON, FLA.Kelly, 13, was named the state's outstanding female swimmer of 1988 in the 11-12 age group after winning nine events at Florida's Junior Olympics. She holds the state 11-12 girls'...