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Robert Louis Stevenson statue unveiled by Ian Rankin The Robert Louis Stevenson statue was unveiled by Ian Rankin The first outdoor statue of Robert Louis Stevenson in the city of of his birth has been unveiled by fellow Edinburgh author Ian Rankin.
British TV shows that travel well across the pond There's something about the way Brits do TV that can be as refreshing as a spot of tea. Perhaps it's the wacky sense of humor, or the even-shorter-than-cable seasons that leave little room for filler.
A sort of sadness is inevitable when a landmark is destroyed. In an era when the historical is routinely swept away in favor of functional but often sterile structures, more than fond memories fall to rubble. So when news of a fire that devastated
Amateur cooks and professional chefs will soon be squaring off on the Georgia coast to see who makes the tastiest shrimp and grits. The 8th annual Shrimp & Grits festival opens Sept. 20 on Jekyll Island. The three-day, weekend event features cooking
Country singer Rodney Atkins is headlining a weekend beach party for military families on Jekyll Island. Festivities honoring service members and veterans kickoff Saturday at the island state park, where visitors with military IDs will receive free
THE man who cut Andrew Negre's throat did so out of fear of his mate who turned "Jekyll and Hyde" when he repeatedly stabbed the victim, a court has heard. The Supreme Court today heard closing submissions in the murder trial of Michael Lindsay and
Courtesy Photo Jekyll Island Club Visiting Jekyll Island Club Golf for All Ages and White Shrimp to Die For Saturday, June 29, 2013 Article Tools On the southern coast of Georgia lie a series of barrier islands which have long attracted snowbirds
Embrace the joy now before it's too late June 25, 2013 It's not exactly Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but everybody knows my level of patience varies from time to time. So I was surprised to find myself happily telling the emergency room that I would
MailTribune.com for the Mail Tribune Like a carnival freak show or a tough waterfront dive, "Jekyll and Hyde" is a guilty pleasure. We cluck our disapproval at the nastiness spread before us, but it sure is fun. Camelot Theatre's new production of
The revival of "Jekyll & Hyde" won't last nearly as long as the original on Broadway. Producers said Friday the show starring former "American Idol" contestant Constantine Maroulis and singer Deborah Cox will play its final show May 12. It will have