News for Thursday, June 12, 2003


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The difference between Matrix I and II

A few weeks ago, in a review of Matrix II, I suggested the Wachowski brothers had lost sight of their first film's evocation of Mystery. Perhaps now is a good time to discuss the difference between the ineffable (Mystery) and the merely hidden.

June 12, 2003


Vicious kindness at the Beaux Arts

By Ed Brock

Stop bashing Union Grove

I'm going to say something that probably isn't going to make me popular in various segments of the Southern Crescent, but it just has to be said.

Blame it on women who wear pants

By Clay Wilson

Consistency key to Mitchell's success

By Anthony Rhoads

Salute to Army's 228th Birthday

By Ed Brock

Building blocks are essential

By Bob Paslay

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Schools to pay $53,102

By Bob Paslay

Lavergne still playing soccer, serving country

By Doug Gorman

Jenkins qualifies for tournament

By Doug Gorman

Real men don't worry about kryptonite - By Justin Reedy

Why is Superman everybody's favorite superhero?

Inmates charged with selling dogs from pound

By Ed Brock

Hum gas guzzling monsters

By Diane Wagner