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Learning to fly

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Eyes light up, smiles brighten and bodies perk up to an alert posture as cheerleaders are called to attention. "Five, six, seven, eight," Extreme Athletics Coach Kensley Moss, of West Haven, counts...

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Learning to fly

Eyes light up, smiles brighten and bodies perk up to an alert posture as cheerleaders are called to attention. "Five, six, seven, eight," Extreme Athletics Coach...


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The forgotten Alamo: Monument faded by neglect

AUSTIN — Limestone is missing from the facade, tree roots push up through sidewalks and windowsills are rotting on the only building generations of Texans...


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The Ogden of Bernard DeVoto: A personal response

A few years ago, just before Christmas, I hung, above the fire place, in a frame two feet by four feet of fine oak and on a background of forest green, two split...


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How to climb Mount St. Helens in peak season

An hour before sunrise, the engines start to turn over in the Lone Fir Resort parking lot. Headlamps slowly pop on as the cars creep out onto the misty road one by...


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52 pieces of Ogden

OGDEN — Christine Ferrario, 47, of Ogden, describes herself as a “mom with a nice camera.” She exudes a passion for photography and her...




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Tiny portraits of black history

WASHINGTON — The stampless letter from 1850 begins its awful message, “I send to you my negro girl Susan ... Please sell her and remit ... “ In...


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Years after his death, Malcolm X is still asserting his

WASHINGTON — After a life filled with transformation, Malcolm X found himself in February 1965 in the throes of yet another. He had been a fringe figure,...

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