Archive for Sunday, March 28, 2004

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Bookstore
March 28, 2004
Pet post
March 28, 2004
Historical train engineers excitement
Massive steam locomotive stirs crowds, memories one town at a time
March 28, 2004
When Steve Lee drives by, cattle stampede, deer run for their lives, fish jump from the water, children grin and gape and grown-ups wave.
Modern-looking porcelains popular with collectors
March 28, 2004
What are you reading?
March 28, 2004
Lawrence commuter report
March 28, 2004
Tornado hits S.W. Kansas
Twister causes damage to buildings near Kinsley
March 28, 2004
A tornado Saturday in southwestern Kansas caused damage along a 10-mile stretch.
On the record
March 28, 2004
Tigers topple Longhorns
No. 1 seed Texas trounced by LSU, 71-55; UConn to face Penn St.
March 28, 2004
Seimone Augustus played so hard, she worked up a cramp in her neck and missed LSU’s postgame interviews.
Folklorist Alan Lomax’s trove goes to library
Life’s work includes 5,000 hours of sound recordings and 400,000 feet of movie film
March 28, 2004
The lifework of the late legendary American folklorist Alan Lomax has been acquired by the American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress.
Horoscope
March 28, 2004
Finding a routine
Ramping can help the out-of-shape beginner move into exercising
March 28, 2004
A problem out-of-shape beginners discover when they start exercising is that many programs are too complicated or intense. They often give up before they get a good start.
Business briefs
March 28, 2004
K.C. company joins low-carb craze
Pasta maker hoping to stir up sales
March 28, 2004
Facts back ban
March 28, 2004
Gun sanity
March 28, 2004
Lifetime gift
March 28, 2004
Visitor vexed
March 28, 2004
Poet’s showcase
March 28, 2004