News for Wednesday, December 29, 2004


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Looking forward to 2005

By Anthony Rhoads

Making it through the season in holiday traffic mode - Gerry Yandel

That's it. I'm done ...

Solicitor general will miss partnerships

By Ed Brock

Pulliam foresees continued 'renaissance'

By Greg Gelpi

CCSU teams get back in action today

From staff reports

Welcome (back) to Atlanta - Rob Felt

My apologies to the southside -- I'm moving back to Atlanta.

The 2004 monkey is off my back - Ed Brock

Oh my God, my year is over.

Teachers hoping for pay raise

By Greg Gelpi


December 29, 2004

Living in the House of Usher - Justin Boron

The future of my auspicious apartment building is deteriorating with the drop in the temperature.

Spreading holiday misery at the movies - Zach Porter

Christmas is a time for giving, compassion, and of course, good will towards men. Yeah right, maybe in the movies. But what about at the movies; a place where people flock en masse, that wonderful holiday spirit in tow, sitting side by side quietly to enjoy the magic of cinema? Nope, that doesn't happen either. Sorry.

Carjacking: The aftermath - Greg Gelpi

As a follow-up to my near-death experience chronicled in last week's column, I'm writing a letter to my car-jackers, providing them with an opportunity to succumb to the spirit of the holidays and do the right thing.

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