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Elephants roam widely and thrive in Botswana

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

Despite dire news about ivory poaching in Africa, Botswana is a rare bright spot. It has about 200,000 elephants and the population is growing.

Pompeii: Visit to a dead city offers glimpses of everyday life

By MICHELLE LOCKE

Today, Pompeii is under threat of a new extinction brought on partly by exposure to the elements and the burden of foot traffic, 2.5 million pairs of feet per year to be exact.



At the Movies: Mother Nature deserves better than this movie

By JOCELYN NOVECK

“Into the Storm” is a movie that addresses the fearsome power of nature. Alas, it also addresses the fearsome power of a bad script to distract us from the fearsome power of nature.


After Hours: Groucho is back at ACT Theatre

By JOURNAL STAFF

Groucho is back at ACT Theatre's Bullitt Cabaret through Aug. 24, with actor Frank Ferrante performing his one-man tribute to the legendary Groucho Marx. Ferrante improvises and riffs off the audience so each performance is different.





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