May 18th, 2006 issue #0520
May 18th, 2006
- Her name was Carmen, but the family called her a "ragdoll" because she'd put up with anything. A big black cat, Carmen patiently allowed children to roughhouse with her, served as a frequent guest at a local elementary school's "show and tell" days, and followed neighbors around, rubbing up against their legs, purring and begging for a pat. But one neighbor wasn't charmed by the three-year-old pet.read more
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- Bureaucrats sure do have dirty minds. That's the lesson Tom Rose learned from his recent go-round with the Department of Motor Vehicles, which pulled his specialty license ...
- Back in 2004, the Hook had already picked up on Virginia Quarterly Review editor Ted Genoways magic touch. "Ted doesn't just have ideas," UVA professor Stephen Cushman told...