News for Friday, June 13, 2003


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Vicious kindness at the Beaux Arts

By Ed Brock

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.

Hollywood and baseball go together

Recently the Daily sports staff got into a discussion about some of the best baseball movies of all time, and yes, even some that aren't so good.

Dilbeck wins for first time as pro

By Jeffery Armstrong

Blame it on women who wear pants

By Clay Wilson

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

Why is Superman everybody's favorite superhero?

Hum gas guzzling monsters

By Diane Wagner

Talk of recall continues

By Trina Trice

Ware: ?We have no intention of resigning'

By Ed Brock

Clayton could get Boys and Girls Club

By Justin Reedy

Local seafood vendor keeping busy

By Trina Trice

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June 13, 2002


Life's little answers are elusive - Bob Paslay

I remember as a kid that you could go into a shoe store and have fun sticking your feet in an X-ray machine to laugh with friends and look at the bones in your feet. One friend got addicted to it and did it a lot. Now the X-ray technicians wear protective gear because we have learned that there is nothing funny about the power of X-rays.

Friday the 13th: Just another normal day

By Ryan Whelchel

Chamber attacks local school board

By Justin Reedy