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Vet recalls different end

...description of the four-hour parade can be found beginning on the front page of the Sunday, April 1, 1973, issue of The New York Times. The article is accompanied by a large photograph of the parade above the fold.Most of us did not learn about the parade...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2015-06-29/vet-recalls-different-en
Citizen issues linger

Regarding the editorial "Times sets speed trap" (June 13): The editorial criticizes The New York Times for a "bizarre one-two hit job" on Republican presidential aspirant Sen. Marco Rubio. It lists the petty items that the Times...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2015-06-21/citizen-issues-linger
Report: Cardinals alleged to have hacked Astros' player database

...League Baseball, law enforcement officials and the two teams were not disclosing details of the investigation. The New York Times first reported that the FBI and Justice Department were investigating whether Cardinals front-office officials were...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/baseball/2015-06-16/report-cardinals-alleged
'Times' sets speed trap

...scratching their heads at the New York Times' bizarre one-two hit job on...Stewart joked, "I'm assuming the New York Times obtained this damning information...unfairly is nothing new for the New York Times or other liberal media outlets...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-06-12/times-sets-speed-trap
US, Sweden battle to scoreless tie in Women's World Cup

...the match, one of the most anticipated of the group stage, was a story about Sundhage earlier in the week in The New York Times. In it, Sundhage was quoted as saying that Lloyd was a challenge to coach and she suggested she wouldn't start...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/2015-06-12/us-sweden-battle-scoreless-tie-wo
Flannery O'Connor's stamp takes a licking

...and you probably won't use it very much, but still it's a nice thought and a nice stamp.Maybe too nice.The New York Times editorialized a bit last week by suggesting the new stamp made O'Connor, who died 50 years ago, look like Betty...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-06-11/flannery-oconnors-stamp-takes
Christian persecution worldwide too often is greeted with silence

...about the silence as it unfolds in sheer, graphic and now-widely known brutality ? such as Ronald Lauder in The New York Times, in an Aug. 19 column titled "Who will stand up for the Christians?"Why is the world silent while Christians...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-06-13/christian-persec
U.S. women go up against Sweden and their former coach

...It's my job to make sure we try to do our very best."Adding to the buildup was a story about Sundhage in The New York Times that caused a stir this week. The interview was done in April, she said, acknowledging she can sometimes be provocative...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/other-sports/2015-06-11/us-women-go-against-
Ramblin' Rhodes: Bufford brings big city cabaret show to Evans crowd

...former Lincolnton resident Carole J. Bufford, whose cabaret shows in New York City have received praise from The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.She will perform her one-woman show for the first time in the Augusta area at 7:30...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2015-06-10/ramblin-rhodes-buffor
It doesn't have to be this way

...pillow is fed up to the gills with the lack of transparency in this administration: As one news report put it, The New York Times' newsroom lawyer testified Tuesday that "the Obama administration has a 'culture of unresponsiveness' when it comes...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-06-04/it-doesnt-have-be-way