News for Wednesday, November 3, 2004


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Abdul-Salaam picks up House seat

By Justin Boron

Georgia stays loyal to president

From Staff, Wire Reports

Baseball as it ought to be - By Todd Defeo

So, "The Curse of the Bambino" has finally been lifted, and after an 86-year drought, the Red Sox fans can revel in a World Series Championship.

Just wondering about a few things - Bob Paslay

This close to the election, I have decided that nothing I can say

Forest Park homestead exemption passes

By Ed Brock

White, experience trump Dixon, youth

By Greg Gelpi

Seay wins state Senate District 34

By Ed Brock

Online poker betrayal - Justin Boron

I threw down the plastic for an Apple iBook recently. Admittedly, I was desperate to join the Revolution. I don't have any good reasons like graphic designers and photographers have for choosing the more "user-friendly system." I was just motivated by the pathetic urge to be fashionable and was eager to ride the powerful wave of change coming out of the Jobs clan.


November 3, 2004

Hill enjoins commission

By Justin Boron

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Gay marriage amendment passes

By Ed Brock & Mike Davis

The horror of democracy - Ed Brock

There I sat, my hands covered in pumpkin guts, watching a documentary about President George W. Bush and the Moral Majority.

CCSU hosting physical activity lecture

Compiled by Greg Gelpi

Bell rings in new era in Clayton

By Justin Boron

Simple instrument: Just stand up and bail out - Zach Porter

In the past year I've had several opportunities at my job to fly in a plane for a photograph. But never have I had, or will probably have the opportunity to fly in a World War II era vintage Boeing Stearman bi-plane. On Wednesday morning I took to the skies over the Atlanta Motor Speedway in this historic plane. I even got to ride in the front seat.

Presidential election column mad lib - Rob Felt

Tired of reading the opinions of some columnist you don't agree with? Then use this handy mad lib and rant up your very own partisan diatribe!

Spontaneity breeds truth - Greg Gelpi

There's a certain honesty in spontaneity.