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The moment is now for rising Lady Antebellum
Web-posted 01/26/10
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It was a party to celebrate Lady Antebellum's success and singer Charles Kelley thought the stream of plaques and praise would never stop. He better get used to it. Lady A is the band of the moment.

 Remote Alaska village is first visit for Census
 Some worry about growing cruise industry in SC
 Conn. tries to stop inmates seeking dirt on guards

Teen profile: Jane Kim
Web-posted 01/26/10
Jane Kim is not your average high school senior. She is an 18-year-old exchange student from South Korea. Her full Korean name is JaeEun Kim. However, she decided it is too difficult to pronounce in English and goes by Jane.

 Scholarships still available for students
 Early registration helps plan ahead

Super Bowl calls for super nachos. Pile it on!
Web-posted 01/27/10
If you're going to do nachos for the Super Bowl, they'd better live up to the hype of the big event. And so we give you a platter of double-layered nachos that combine ground beef and black beans with heaps of tomato, cheese, scallions, olives and jalapenos.

 Small portions
 Want to feed a Super Bowl crowd fast? Think subs

Priest in Augusta for his third time
Web-posted 01/23/10
The third time is the charm. The Rev. Michael J. Kavanaugh has worked in Augusta churches twice before.

 Faith groups fill void as abstinence funds dry up
 Confession puts end to shame, frees soul
 Amen Corner: Journey Toward Hope

Attaining master gardener goal is fulfilling
Web-posted 01/22/10
It's official: I am a master gardener. Last week I completed 50 hours of volunteer service and Sue Norton and Valerie Martin bestowed the coveted master gardener's certificate and badge.

 Winter is good time to move plants around in landscape

Quick Cooking
Shaken, not stuffed
Web-posted 01/27/10
If you're like me, when you're asking yourself what's for supper, you rarely think of turning to eggs. That's too bad, because eggs are an inexpensive source of protein, and you usually have them on hand.

Submit Your Recipes Have a favorite recipe you would like to submit to Karin?
Chronicle food columnist Karin Calloway welcomes reader input, so click the link to submit your recipe.

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