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After making his first film appearance in 1926, he went on to have a long and successful career that made him an icon in the acting business. At the time of his passing, he was reportedly working on the film The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.
What's not to love about Daniel Defoe's classic adventure novel, in which a dude named Robinson goes on a cruise? The only story to come close to achieving such a profound impact on the English literary canon has to be Robert Louis Stevenson's The
A rat snake in Georgia is alive thanks to a team of doctors at the Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll Island. The center reports the grey rat snake was recently found in a chicken coop in north Georgia. In its stomach were two golf balls that the snake
Thursday, March 20, to Saturday, March 22, in the high school auditorium, 416 McKinley Ave...Tickets are $10, or $7 for children and students through high school and seniors. To order tickets, email Debbie Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (630)
Assuming the differences between Dr. Henry Jekyll and Mr. Edward Hyde are a matter of personality, carriage, and grooming, just how different do they look from one another? Using police sketch software, an artist envisions the faces of Jekyll and
Not insane, clinically, but to put it charitably we might say investors are of two minds. In fact, there are two investor brains living uneasily within our heads, each vying for dominance. We might liken this to the strange case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr.
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