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Knight Ridder TribuneWhen Kathie VanDevere wants the fixings for an Italian meal, all she has to do is step out on her stone patio and pluck the herbs and tomatoes from plants nestled in a single container. You can, too. Enthusiasts say container gardening is hugely fun,...
Tags: Death, Lifestyle and Leisure, Tomatoes, Bars and Clubs, Parsley
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- A column of U.S. tanks rolled into the heart of downtown Baghdad early today and American troops seized a sprawling presidential palace compound along the Tigris River, the Information Ministry and a major hotel, according to reports from...
Tags: Crimes, BBC, Iraq, Death, U.S. Department of State
U.S. forces made a second incursion through Baghdad on Sunday after they had seized all major roads in and out of the city and began landing supplies at Baghdad's airport. With missiles streaking across the capital's skies and artillery thundering,...
Tags: Armed Conflicts, Iraq, Death, Advanced Training, Health
Knight Ridder NewspapersU.S. Marines seized a suspected terrorist training camp on the outskirts of Baghdad on Sunday, tightening their grip on the heart of Saddam Hussein's regime. The first military transport, a C-130 Hercules, landed at the Baghdad airport Sunday night. U....
Tags: Iraq, Death, Medical Procedures and Tests, Health, Syria
Knight Ridder NewspapersPineapples are just one grocery-store food you can turn into houseplants. According to Merrill De Young, the seeds of most fruits and vegetables can be planted, but because these seeds are hybrids, most of them won't produce edible fruit. Planting an...
Tags: Sweet Potatoes, Potatoes
Knight Ridder NewspapersThe food boxes roll out into space, into the early-morning blackness that is Afghanistan, in seven seconds flat. They exit so fast they don't make any noise, at least not one that can be heard over the roar of the C-17 Globemaster's engines, the whoosh...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Afghanistan, Defense, Germany, Health
The Associated PressClosing to within 40 miles of Baghdad, U.S. forces seized a bridge over the Tigris River and swept past battered Republican Guard units Wednesday. One of the key Guard divisions, defending the city of Kut, "has been destroyed," a U.S. general said....
Tags: Iraq, Death, Religious Conflicts, Health, Lebanon
Knight Ridder NewspapersA civilian worker in a stolen truck plowed through a throng of soldiers in line Sunday morning at a PX, swerving to hit the GIs before he was shot twice in the chest. Fourteen soldiers suffered bumps and bruises and returned to duty. One other with a...
Knight Ridder-TribuneThere are 5,225 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The entire Academy selects the winners in all categories. (Only voting members who have attended academy screenings or other exhibitions of the five nominees for foreign...
Knight Ridder-TribuneSome North American ski areas are getting precious close to looking like California freeways: crowds, crazy drivers, traffic jams, angst. Then there is Mt. Bachelor, a ski area in the middle of nowhere in central Oregon, sitting atop a 9,000-foot volcano...
Staff writersForget the melting pot. South Florida's proliferation of foreign language media means immigrants can stay informed without learning English. Just turn the dial on your radio. On one station, the commentary is in Creole; on another it's Polish. On...
Knight Ridder NewspapersSweet, in all the best ways. As in sweet tea (that's iced tea, heaps of sugar.) Sweet, easy accents - not a long drawl like Georgia or Mississippi, but a definite roll. Sweet parks and gardens with crape myrtle, azaleas, acres of green thick with the...
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