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Even on clearance, summer trends still pack heat
August 3, 2003
With Labor Day — and the end of summer — a mere month away, we thought we’d take a few minutes to weigh in on this year’s summer fashions. Why now, you ask? Well, it’s officially midsummer, and it’s also the time of the season when all the stuff you paid full price for is heading right for the clearance rack to make room for fall attire. So here it goes:
Left turn at Iola offers drive back in time
August 3, 2003
I drove south for an hour from Lawrence. East of Iola, I turned left, then south again at a yellow blinking light. There I entered a vanishing world. It was Bronson, Kansas.
Small Business Administration celebrates 50th birthday
August 3, 2003
Dwight D. Eisenhower was introduced to business at an early age, when he sold vegetables in Abilene, where he grew up, the late president’s granddaughter said at a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the creation of the U.S. Business Administration.
Crackdown targets gaming devices
Get rid of ‘electronic slots’ or face charges, A.G. warns bars, clubs
August 3, 2003
Kansas Atty. Gen. Phill Kline is telling bar and club owners to get rid of a certain kind of gambling machine or face prosecution. Many of the devices have copies of a 1997 attorney general’s opinion taped to them, apparently to convince players the machines are lawful, Kline said.
Take action to avoid lightning
Lightning Strikes’ good guide to weathering storm
August 3, 2003
The dolphin fishing had been slow. So when a school of dolphin 3-5 pounds showed up about eight miles off Hallandale on a hot and humid Saturday, boats swarmed to the area.
Briefly
August 3, 2003
¢ Theater shuts down ‘Naked Boys Singing’ ¢ Country warns talk of dispute stirs war
Briefly
August 3, 2003
¢ Auto cruise expected to attract millions ¢ Magazine: Package deals can offer best bargains ¢ Hong Kong publicizes post-SARS promotion
Briefly
August 3, 2003
¢ Government suspends visa-less arrivals ¢ Transportation agency under fire for spending
Poll: Hispanics not sure about Bush for 2004
August 3, 2003
Hispanics tend to identify more with Democrats and generally favor them on domestic issues, but many haven’t decided what they think of President Bush and lean toward his position on tax cuts and school vouchers, says a new poll.
Israel orders removal of settlement outposts
August 3, 2003
Israel ordered police and soldiers to remove six unauthorized Jewish outposts in the West Bank and evict their occupants as a step toward complying with a U.S.-backed peace plan, a senior official said Saturday.
Bookstore
August 3, 2003
Lawrence artist chosen to craft anniversary sculpture
August 3, 2003
He’s written and illustrated children’s books, created moveable blue robot art for Lawrence Memorial Hospital’s children’s wing and designed a massive mosaic for a New York subway station. Now Stephen T. Johnson will try his hand at metal work.
Briefcase
August 3, 2003
¢ Jupiter Island, Fla., tops list for pricey property ¢ Companies compete for Japanese market ¢ Name that company
Faces and places
August 3, 2003
Lawrence residents Corrinna Beck and Cortney Lehmann have joined Lawrence-based Prosoco.
Dated pop-icon collectibles often go unnoticed
August 3, 2003
Collectors buy antiques to use them or display them — and to remember the past. Many collectibles of the 20th century were inspired by characters or people in comic strips, books, vaudeville acts, theater, politics, radio, movies or television. Toys games and other objects that are meant for children, like candy containers, often picture comic characters. It is easy to identify Superman or Mickey Mouse. They are less than 75 years olds and are still popular. But a Palmer Cox Brownie, introduced in an 1883 book, or the Katzenjammer Kids, from an 1897 comic strip, are unrecognized by most people. A collectible has added value if the name and age of the character are known. It is possible to get a bargain character bottle or toy if you know more than the seller knows, so do some research. Ask older friends or relatives — and use the library.
Beautiful sky
August 3, 2003
U.S. must consider expanded military
August 3, 2003
Has the time come when the best course is to consider an increase in the size of our Army, after two decades of whittling it down from 18 divisions to 10 divisions, squeezing it from 750,000 soldiers to 480,000 soldiers?
On the record
August 3, 2003
American’ star all grown up
Hannigan bids farewell to band geek
August 3, 2003
While talking two summers ago about “American Pie 2,” Alyson Hannigan dismissed herself as a sex symbol. “Luckily, my career is not based on my body. I play the quirky sidekicks, the offbeat characters. I’m not the boobs in a movie,” she said.
Meunier-Lebouc chases second major
10 weeks pregnant, golfer leads by one at 10-under
August 3, 2003
10 weeks into her pregnancy, Patricia Meunier-Lebouc is chasing her second major title of the year at the Women’s British Open.
Shock set record for wins in season
Detroit earns franchise-best 18th victory
August 3, 2003
With 10 games left in the regular season, league-leading Detroit is starting to think about the WNBA playoffs.
Italian television lures senior market
August 3, 2003
In a bubble-gum-pink frock and high heels, the 72-year-old contestant strutted before the TV cameras, hips swinging to a pounding dance beat and eyelashes fluttering before the millions of viewers.
State says it has no funds to finish SLT
Even if hurdles cleared, trafficway faces budget woes
August 3, 2003
The state has no money to complete the South Lawrence Trafficway. Even if the project gains the necessary federal permits and survives legal challenges, there are no funds to finish the $115 million highway connecting the Kansas Turnpike with Kansas Highway 10 east of the city along a route near 31st Street, transportation officials said Friday.
Kansan accused in hoax is former FBI informant
Topeka resident posed as young girl on Web to lure child pornographers
August 3, 2003
The woman accused of calling an Indiana couple and falsely claiming to be their long-lost daughter had previously been an FBI informant, according to a published report.
Pavano, Lowell lead Marlins
Pitcher slows Houston’s bats; third baseman sparks Florida’s in 5-2 win
August 3, 2003
The Florida Marlins drew another big crowd Saturday night, and Mike Lowell didn’t make them wait long for something to cheer about.
Bald eagle set free
August 3, 2003
Arts notes
August 3, 2003
¢ Bev Gegen to open show at K.C. gallery ¢ Dance world’s Mr. Big meets ‘Sex and the City’ ¢ Library seeks donations
Verizon strike delayed as talks continue
August 3, 2003
Verizon and union negotiators agreed late Saturday to continue contact talks beyond a midnight strike deadline, and workers were told to plan to report to work as scheduled today, union officials said.
Raiders near title
Squad one win away from championship
August 3, 2003
When the Lawrence Raiders play for the American Legion AAA state championship at 3 p.m. today, Tony Ice knows what a game of this magnitude means. Ice, 82, probably has watched and coached more baseball than the current Raiders have played combined, so is he their good-luck charm?
Entrepreneur puts invention behind her
August 3, 2003
Buttocks. Most of us have them. But what can we do to make them more attractive?
Briefly
August 3, 2003
Purported al-Qaida tape issues warning to U.S. Accidental blast kills at least 45, injures 150 Boats collide off Florida, killing four, wounding 16 Microsoft warns IE users about ‘worm’ virus
The Motley Fool
August 3, 2003
¢ Last week’s answer ¢ That’s an order ¢ Netflix packs them in ¢ Humble pie in the sky
Political groups seek favor with ‘NASCAR dads’
August 3, 2003
In 2000, it was soccer moms. Today, the demographic that’s most in demand by political strategists converges at racetracks Sunday afternoons to whoop, holler and shake a fist at the souped-up Fords and Chevys whizzing past. They’re called “NASCAR dads.”
Doctors say Bush healthy at checkup
President begins monthlong vacation
August 3, 2003
President Bush’s doctors pronounced him in excellent health after his annual physical examination Saturday and said a calf strain that had slowed his running regimen had healed.
New anthology seeks to resurrect fallen giant
Robert Lowell subject of massive collection
August 3, 2003
Elizabeth Hardwick, a birdlike woman who is an esteemed literary critic and novelist, is surrounded by walls of books as she sits in the cavernous Upper West Side apartment she once shared with her late ex-husband, poet Robert Lowell.
New roller coasters zooming
Thrills abound at Missouri amusement parks
August 3, 2003
Aaron Girard let out one of those screams that start deep in the belly and cause the throat to ache as the wooden roller coaster he was riding entered its first drop: a 310-degree, double-down spiral.
Smart gardening employs ergonomics
August 3, 2003
How much of your personal energy budget do you want to spend on the horticultural habit? Enter ergonomics, whereby investing in body-wise tools and techniques pays dividends in effort saved and work accomplished.
Researcher to follow flapjack flap with dog duel
August 3, 2003
This just in. The Annals of Improbable Research reported last week that Kansas is flatter than a pancake. The finding is causing a flap and has drawn a rebuttal from a Kansas University geologist whose own research suggests that Texas is, in fact, smaller than a breadbox.
Military doctors learn to face an enemy with fangs
August 3, 2003
The five varnished wooden boxes that Ray Kunze helped unload a few weeks ago from a van in front of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md., looked like they might hold croquet mallets.
Support for Head Start remains strong
August 3, 2003
It was a midnight squeaker. By the narrowest possible margin, 217 to 216, the House of Representatives on the final night before its August recess approved a major change in the Head Start program, the widely popular and generally praised preschool program for needy youngsters.
Iraq guerrilla attacks linked to al-Qaida
August 3, 2003
L. Paul Bremer, the U.S. civilian administrator for Iraq, said Saturday that military experts have drawn strong links between al-Qaida and other terrorist groups and the guerrilla attacks that have killed 59 U.S. soldiers since May 1 when President Bush declared the end of major combat operations.
Liberia’s president to step down Aug. 11
But leader won’t promise to leave country
August 3, 2003
Pressured by fellow West African leaders, President Charles Taylor promised Saturday to resign Aug. 11 after the expected arrival of peacekeepers, as his forces stepped up their battle against rebels for Monrovia’s port.
Tait, Woods fighting injury as exhibition opener nears
August 3, 2003
Kansas City Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil said he expected offensive tackle John Tait to play in Monday night’s preseason opener against the Green Bay Packers, but whether safety Jerome Woods took the field was uncertain.
De Soto wrestler nation’s best
Soph Erisman wins 152-pound Cadet/Junior title
August 3, 2003
Neil Erisman said hearing his name as a national champion sounded weird. But as it sunk in that he had won the 152-pound title last week at the Cadet/Junior National Wrestling Tournament in Fargo, N.D., Erisman relished it.
Camp Coughlin’ continues for coach
Former Jaguars boss still finding work
August 3, 2003
Tom Coughlin always has loved training camp. They named it after him in Jacksonville where, for eight seasons, the catch phrase “Camp Coughlin” was synonymous with what was widely considered one of the most demanding preseason regimens in the NFL.
4-H’er’s work pays off with 3rd grand champion
Pioneer Club member has top market steer, lamb, goat
August 3, 2003
Morgan Trowbridge is getting used to the word “grand.” The 16-year-old member of the Pioneers 4-H group had already earned two grand champion awards for her lamb and meat goat at this year’s Douglas County Free Fair.
Mendoza’s under-.200 legacy lives on
August 3, 2003
Every summer at about this time, a battle is waged by a cadre of struggling hitters trying to push their batting averages past .200 — baseball’s dreaded Mendoza Line. It is not pretty to watch previously productive hitters like Brad Ausmus and Pat Burrell, Royce Clayton and David Bell hovering around the Line this season. Mendoza never was thrilled about living in that neighborhood, either.
Briefly
August 3, 2003
¢ WTC developers reach agreement on new site ¢ Lawsuit: Illegal donation sought for Clinton ¢ New DEA leader targets drug-trafficking groups
Causing a spectacle
Once viewed as nerdy, glasses become an eye-catching fashion statement
August 3, 2003
Remember four-eyes? Well, the insult just doesn’t level the stigma toward those with astigmatism it once did. Feather-light titanium, clunky hipster plastic, barely-there drill mounts, vintage cat-eyes and Hollywood-style tints all mean that eyeglass wearers can stare their bullying nemeses square in the face, bat their eyelashes and deliver the news: Glasses are officially cool.
Only clown in town turns frowns upside down
Dizzy hopes to educate community, recruit during Clown Week
August 3, 2003
Rita Winter, aka Dizzy, might be the only clown in town, but her shtick is nowhere near gloomy.
Horoscopes
August 3, 2003
For Sunday, Aug. 3, 2003.
Briefly
August 3, 2003
¢ British Columbia fire forces 8,500 to flee ¢ Environmentalists thought behind fire ¢ Commission studying hanging finds problems ¢ Retailers: Fraud suspect claimed to be prince
Stamp to honor country music icon
August 3, 2003
Roy Acuff, acknowledged as the “King of Country Music,” and as the man who made Nashville, Tenn., the country music capital of America, now receives further acclaim. He’s being honored on a new U.S. postage stamp for release Sept. 13.
Part-time workers enter city’s living wage debate
August 3, 2003
The debate is shifting. Lawrence’s living wage debate is no longer just about whether to require companies that receive city tax breaks to pay a so-called living wage; it now includes discussion of what types of employees should be covered by such regulations.
Bond prices can and do fall when interest rates rise
August 3, 2003
Aren’t bonds supposed to be the safe place to stash your cash? Then why have investors in 10-year Treasury bonds — the gold standard in government-backed securities — lost 8 percent of their money in the last month?
Kansan wants dry mix business to go global
August 3, 2003
A growing penchant for things American, particularly homemade items and foods, has put Donna Cook among Kansas producers hoping to sell internationally.
Take your pick of 16 Missouri roller coasters
August 3, 2003
Missouri has four theme parks with a variety of steel and wooden roller coasters. Here are some details.
What are you reading?
August 3, 2003
Calendar
August 3, 2003
Douglas County Senior Services, 745 Vt., offers activities during the week. Call Senior Services at 842-0543 for more information.
Rapid shooting, patience result in striking night sky photograph
Behind the Lens
August 3, 2003
KPR to broadcast Yo-Yo Ma concert
August 3, 2003
Kansas Public Radio on Thursday will air a special live concert, Yo-Yo Ma and Friends, broadcast from the Ravinia Festival.
Underneath ‘Liz Phair’ lies strange fear of underwear
August 3, 2003
Liz Phair is no stranger to explicit words. She’s notorious for raw, blunt, sexual lyrics. Yet the word “underwear” didn’t rub her the right way in the recording of her new album.
Don’t get burned by using ear candling
August 3, 2003
Sherri, a mother of two boys, asked about ear candling as a way of removing excess earwax. She experimented with candling after one of her sons failed a hearing test at school.
Ribbons add winning flare to pigtails, purses
August 3, 2003
A ribbon on a bag, dress or tee is lovely and sexy. As fashion, it has been around as long as little girls have been tying grosgrain around their pigtails.
Span the seasons with some careful choices
August 3, 2003
Can you offer any tips on how to stretch a spring-summer wardrobe into fall or beyond? I usually wear slacks to work, so I’m wondering how to mix cotton and cotton-blend pants with fall tops. Is it necessary to replace cotton with wool as soon as the snow flies?
Madonna and Missy Elliott put their personal stamp on plain pants
August 3, 2003
When you’re working with Madonna and Missy Elliott, you never know what you’re going to get — and that’s just what Gap wanted.
Flag over sky
August 3, 2003
Flag dilemma
August 3, 2003
Wichita attractions see higher attendance
August 3, 2003
Some Wichita tourist attractions are doing good business this year in spite of the area’s economic struggles.
Home, sweet missile silo
Defunct weapons storage converts to secure housing
August 3, 2003
The underground home of Don and Charlene Zwonitzer makes duct tape and plastic sheeting seem like the first little pig’s house of straw.
Hopalong museum opens
August 3, 2003
There’s already a Hopalong Cassidy Museum in the Ohio hometown of the actor who portrayed the pleasant cowboy on television and in movies, but for Hoppy’s devoted fans there can never be too much of a wonderful thing.
Lawrence commuter report
August 3, 2003
The following events and construction projects may affect commuter traffic in the region this week:
KU grad makes good at NPR
Lawrence resident wins elite internship with renowned radio program
August 3, 2003
A Lawrence woman has been getting some national radio play.
Area briefs
August 3, 2003
¢ Shot fired into house ¢ Police arrest two suspected of rape ¢ Shoppers bargain hunt at citywide garage sale
Local briefs
August 3, 2003
¢ Advocates try to ease stigma of breast-feeding ¢ Area legislator tapped for state water panel ¢ Internet2 conference to take place at KU
Matchmaker inspires new TV show
August 3, 2003
With a keen memory for names and faces, and many single friends and acquaintances, divorce lawyer Samantha Daniels became so successful at playing Cupid that she started running a dating service.
Supreme’ Zeus found
August 3, 2003
Archaeologists working on a river bed near the mythological home of the ancient gods uncovered remains of the first temple known to be dedicated to the “supreme” Zeus, the team leader said.
Christian Science Monitor publisher dies at 72
August 3, 2003
John Lewis Selover, the publisher of The Christian Science Monitor and a Christian Science Church leader who helped shepherd the church’s expansion, has died. He was 72.
Court could stop California recall efforts
August 3, 2003
The campaign to recall California Gov. Gray Davis may be steaming down the tracks, but just around the bend lie legal challenges in the state Supreme Court.
Fishing report
August 3, 2003
Security criticized in Russian bombing
August 3, 2003
Russia’s military chief accused commanders of negligent security Saturday as rescuers retrieved bodies from a military hospital near Chechnya that was destroyed by a suicide truck-bomb, killing at least 44.
Royals rally for huge win over Rays
August 3, 2003
Even manager Tony Pena had to agree: This was a big win. Brent Mayne hit an RBI single, and an error let another run score on the play as the Kansas City Royals rallied in the seventh inning to beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, 10-8, Saturday night.
Stram, Allen lead gala Hall induction
August 3, 2003
They starred on NFL Sundays, so it’s fitting that’s when they will enter the Hall of Fame. For the first time in its 40-year history, the Pro Football Hall of Fame will hold its induction ceremony on a Sunday, honoring today the 2003 class of Marcus Allen, Hank Stram, Elvin Bethea, Joe DeLamielleure and James Lofton.
Drug, alcohol use at BU alleged
Mother of former Baylor player warned school
August 3, 2003
The mother of a former Baylor basketball player who lived with a teammate now accused of murder said she warned the school about rampant drug use on the team, according to a published report.
K.C. places Lima on disabled list
August 3, 2003
Jose Lima was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday because of a strained groin, interrupting one of this season’s biggest comeback stories.
Jayhawk football players report today
August 3, 2003
Kansas University football players report to campus today, and the Jayhawks will begin preparations for their Aug. 30 season opener against Northwestern Monday.
Holcomb makes move
Browns QB impressive in scrimmage
August 3, 2003
Browns fans appear to have made their choice at quarterback after just one preseason scrimmage.
Ducks unlimited? Conditions right for big year
August 3, 2003
In the intriguing world of duck hunting, it has been a roller-coaster ride of ups and downs throughout history, one fueled in good times by water and slowed to a crawl at other times by a lack of it.
Booklet on hunting out soon
August 3, 2003
The new Kansas Hunting and Furharvesting Regulations Summary will be available in September at Wildlife and Parks offices, county clerks and license vendors throughout the state.
Vickers claims first win
August 3, 2003
Brian Vickers pecked at Shane Hmiel’s bumper all night before making the decisive pass on lap 181, then held on to win the Kroger 200 Saturday night for his first career Busch Series victory.
Rookie Busch claims series title
August 3, 2003
Kurt Busch won the International Race of Champions title with a fourth-place finish Saturday behind Jimmie Johnson in the season finale.
Ohio plane crash deadly
August 3, 2003
Doctor-owned facilities create heartache for general hospitals
Wichita example of growing trend in health care
August 3, 2003
Robert Miller is the kind of patient hospitals love. It’s not just the positive attitude the 80-year-old displays as he prepares to leave after coronary bypass surgery. “I feel great,” he declares, the fresh scar from the operation peeking from above his pale blue gown.
Today’s news show guests announced
August 3, 2003
Guest lineup for today’s TV news shows.
Monterrey interested in Expos
August 3, 2003
Add the city of Monterrey, Mexico, to the list of places trying to lure the Montreal Expos for the 2004 season.
Montgomery enters K.C. hall
August 3, 2003
Jeff Montgomery became the 19th member of the Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame with his induction before Saturday’s game against Tampa Bay.
Simms shows potential in opener
August 3, 2003
Chris Simms helped make Tampa Bay’s journey to Japan a success. The son of former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms led a fourth-quarter touchdown drive and threw for 70 yards as the Super Bowl champions beat the New York Jets, 30-14, Saturday in the American Bowl, the NFL’s exhibition opener.
NASCAR eyes points system
Governing body reviewing method that favors consistency over winning
August 3, 2003
NASCAR is considering changing its championship points system to give bigger rewards for winning poles and races. The current system favors consistency over winning.
Harvick fastest
Newman second in Brickyard qualifying
August 3, 2003
Kevin Harvick is a California boy with no special ties to Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Ryan Newman is a Hoosier with big dreams of winning on his home track.
Here are tips to help trees during drought
August 3, 2003
It is official. July was one of the driest months in Kansas history. Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has issued a drought warning for 53 counties and put the remaining 52 counties in a drought watch. With little rain and none really predicted for the near future, now is the time to start managing the home landscape with less water.
Couple find love at 50th reunion
August 3, 2003
When Darrell Mong introduced himself to Jean Weir at their 50th high school class reunion, he didn’t remember her at all. But she certainly hadn’t forgotten him.
Tractors, trains draw thousands to area
McLouth Threshing Bee, Thomas the Tank Engine prove popular attractions
August 3, 2003
Early 20th-century farming was revived Saturday in McLouth, and an imaginary blue train engine with a smiling face became more than just a cartoon in Baldwin. The annual McLouth Threshing Bee and Thomas the Tank Engine at Baldwin’s Midland Railway are drawing thousands of people this weekend.
Superintendent to spend more face time with board
August 3, 2003
Lawrence Schools Supt. Randy Weseman’s most recent annual job evaluation included criticism that he wasn’t communicating effectively with all school board members. To address the complaint, Weseman will begin regular private meetings with members of the board. He’ll sit down with two members each Thursday, he said. That means all seven of the elected representatives will meet with the superintendent at least once a month.
Glorious gardenias
Fragrant flower memorable for flooding the senses
August 3, 2003
When the physician and botanist Alexander Garden died in London in 1791, there were gardenias at his funeral. It was a fragrant end to a long feud.
Disabled Kansans’ wait at end
SRS moving hundreds of people off waiting lists for state services
August 3, 2003
Paralyzed below the waist and dependent on a wheelchair, John Beasley doesn’t want to be in a nursing home. That’s why he applied for services aimed at helping people with disabilities live at home or in their own apartments.
Yankees spank A’s, Zito
Cy Young winner ripped in New York’s 10-7 win
August 3, 2003
Although Jason Giambi had a front-row seat for much of Barry Zito’s development into last season’s AL Cy Young winner, he didn’t recognize the shaky left-hander who got pounded by the New York Yankees.
Furyk leads by one at Buick
August 3, 2003
Jim Furyk has bounced back from his abysmal showing at the British Open.
Life, not football, top draw in Tokyo
$1,200 Elvis wig, cell phone obsessions, cheese bra highlight memories from American Bowl
August 3, 2003
I did not come here to make fun of anyone, but it’s just so easy. Especially when you come from Orlando, where millions of foreigners wander around in a tourist haze. You know, the checkered shorts and brown socks. The strange customs. Could they be that goofy at home?
Roberson’s QB job secure
Wildcat senior became offensive standout in 2002
August 3, 2003
When Kansas State held its 2002 media day, Ell Roberson and Marc Dunn posed together, each with two hands on the ball.
Democrats need labor endorsement for edge in ‘04
August 3, 2003
When union leaders from across the country gather this week in Chicago, the showcase event will be a presidential forum featuring Democratic contenders vying to stand out before one of the party’s most important constituencies.
Cities offer land giveaways
August 3, 2003
What would persuade a family to pull up stakes and move to a small city in the heart of Kansas? Well, what if the city offered free land, a year’s worth of free golf or swimming and maybe even some help with a down payment on building a house?
Embarrassing error
The city’s failure to follow its own policy in a contentious development matter is a reminder of why Lawrence has a reputation as a difficult place to do business.
August 3, 2003
The Lawrence City Commission’s decision to try to meddle with its own policy in a controversial retail development proposal in northwest Lawrence was a costly and embarrassing mistake.
Opera singer who broke racial barriers honored
August 3, 2003
Robert McFerrin stares at the television in his living room and listens intently to the deep, rich baritone voice, recorded 30 years ago.
Brownsville’ residents star in debut story collection
August 3, 2003
To outsiders, it seems that not much goes on in Brownsville, Texas.
People
August 3, 2003
¢ Bottled water for the winners ¢ ‘Drunken master’ to aid tourism ¢ Glove not included ¢ Armani accessories included