News for Monday, January 31, 2005

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When the music's over, turn out the lights - Michael Davis

Yes, that's from a Doors song.

Terrorism doesn't take a genius - Greg Gelpi

The debate came down to the simple question of whether or not "those" responsible for terrorism, those people this country is fighting in the war on terrorism, are ingenious.

What if? Life's roads not taken - Bob Paslay

In those quiet reflective times I sometimes play the game in my mind: What If?

Today's cave paintings are digital - Rob Felt

Grunto the caveman walks through the dark, wet chambers of his favorite cave, holding a crude torch above his head and searching the ceiling for any new marks made since his last visit. He is unafraid of the bats and eyeless bugs that share this space with him. In his search for new information, there is no time for this cave-dweller to be prissy.

Obituaries

January 31, 2005

Vehemence at the rock opera - Justin Boron

The sonorous hum of emotion reached its plateau last week when I attended The Arcade Fire show in Atlanta.

Forest Park band takes show to Mardi Gras

By Greg Gelpi

County bidding process to be more inclusive

By Justin Boron

Governor asks for crime lab funding

By Ed Brock

County thaws after ice storm

By Greg Gelpi

Pets of the Week

Tiger is a 2-year-old German shepherd. She has been spayed and vaccinations are current. Tiger has a wonderful disposition and seems to love everyone she meets. She is a little picky about other dogs, so she would need to be introduced slowly to other dogs in a potential new home. For adoption information call the Clayton County Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.

There's nothing wrong with taking a moment - Ed Brock

I'm having serious mixed feelings here about the so-called "Women's Right to Know" bill.

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Wedding party needs a few good men - Zach Porter

This June I will be getting married in what will be a more or less traditional ceremony. But even as George W. Bush starts his second term, my liberal friends are plotting more progressive wedding day affairs.