27. 07. 2011

Illustrated Men: Chefs and their Tattoos

Tweet Painful and permanent, tattoos used to be the mark of bikers, sailors and hard-core rock ‘n’ rollers. Today, just try finding someone under the age of 35 who doesn’t have at least...

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06. 03. 2011

Taking the low road

Tweet Joshua Boggs and his equally fleet-footed twin, Justin, have run races on every imaginable terrain since embracing the sport in high school. But their mad dashes to the finish — Joshua insists...

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07. 02. 2011

A cut below: In the basement of Downtown’s Koppers Building, a convivial barber keeps customers coming back

Tweet Retired public relations executive Larry Werner has been sporting the same no-nonsense businessman’s haircut since at least the Kennedy administration, if not longer: short around the sides and neck, smoothly tapered on...

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12. 12. 2010

Priest and his dad bond in the family tradition of hunting

Tweet The sun had barely started its creep toward the heavens when the Rev. Father Mike Zavage positioned himself against a tree, his .284 Winchester hanging at the ready on his right shoulder....

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26. 10. 2010

Sauce fundraiser benefits Italian earthquake victims

Tweet The world reacted in horror when a 6.3 magnitude earthquake rocked the medieval city of L’Aquila in central Italy on April 6, killing more than 300 residents and injuring more than 1,500....

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15. 10. 2010

Father and son help bring back the Black Amish apple

Tweet NEW WILMINGTON — Like the four generations that proceeded him, Lyle Johnston has spent a lifetime growing what he considers the world’s tastiest apples on the fruit farm his great-great-grandfather Josiah Johnston...

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26. 09. 2010

An Italian home-cooking cookbook that you better believe

Tweet Elsa DeChellis DiCicco is the quintessential Italian grandmother, a slip of a woman with a big hairdo and even bigger smile who doesn’t take no for an answer when it comes to...

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14. 09. 2010

Meet the ‘Blonde Elvis’ of Mount Oliver: Tribute artists are alive and well

Tweet Dan Casne makes his living redesigning and rewinding electromagnets used on overhead cranes in steel mills. It’s a technical job, and not a bad-paying one. But his true calling just might be...

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