Archive for Sunday, March 16, 2003

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Horoscopes
March 16, 2003
On the record
March 16, 2003
Business briefs
March 16, 2003
Marlin hoping to get back on track
Some may not agree, but NASCAR driver lists Darlington among favorite venues
March 16, 2003
Darlington Raceway is a tough place to turn around a season, yet that’s exactly what Sterling Marlin expects to do.
Baltimore show celebrates magical ballet troupe
Art of the Ballets Russes’ reveals Russian impresario’s revolutionary role
March 16, 2003
The man who revolutionized ballet wasn’t a choreographer. He wasn’t a dancer or a composer or an artist.
Bernard Francis Uhlrich
March 16, 2003
Carolyn Doty
March 16, 2003
A Canadian carnival
Quebec City combats cold with annual celebration
March 16, 2003
It seems appropriate that Canada’s largest province also serves as host to the largest winter festival in the world.
Erdrich explores European roots
Master Butchers Singing Club’ covers father’s side of family
March 16, 2003
For author Louise Erdrich, the funky furnishings of her bookstore in south Minneapolis could be a metaphor for her life.
Owners treat pets to best health care
Acupuncture, MRIs becoming more common
March 16, 2003
Fudgie, a 12-year-old rottweiler whose rear legs are paralyzed, gets a water therapy in a warm bath tub.
Bookstore
March 16, 2003
Microsoft seeks fiscal fountain of youth
Maturing powerhouse’s attempts to enter new markets have yet to produce profits
March 16, 2003
They’re stats to die for: Market share of 90-plus percent. Profit margins of 80 percent. Stocks that have created thousands of millionaires in the Seattle area alone.
KU undergrads start early on research careers
Students no longer waiting for graduate school to delve deeper into disciplines
March 16, 2003
Jarad Mellard was tired of sitting in class and hearing about other researchers’ work.
Amusing twist
March 16, 2003
Feeding frenzy
Attracting birds to a feeder isn’t as difficult as you think
March 16, 2003
Winter is for the birds. They come for the food, and, in some cases, for the hospitality, as well.
What are you reading?
March 16, 2003
Cronkite critical of U.S. ‘arrogance’
Former CBS anchor campaigns in K.C. for his cousin Barnes
March 16, 2003
A U.S. invasion of Iraq would destroy the United Nations, former CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite said.
Raising wages
March 16, 2003
Deadly addiction
March 16, 2003
Middle ground
March 16, 2003
Antigrowth?
March 16, 2003
Roxanne Huggins
March 16, 2003
Lawrence Commuter Report
March 16, 2003
Darrell E. Haynes
March 16, 2003
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