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Young player caught cheating at U.S. Scrabble championship

One of the Scrabble world's top young players was thrown out of the 2012 National Scrabble Championship, which concluded Wednesday in Orlando, after getting caught cheating, according to the players' association spokeswoman.

Find could lead to male pill

Hormone-free drug left male mice infertile

Rest is cure for runners' leg pain

Dear Dr. Donohue: This past spring I joined my high school track team. I had never done anything athletic before. I liked it and was good at it. I developed leg pains. My coach said it was shin splints. I had to stop running.

University of life

Free night-school courses at UVic aimed at those living in poverty


Actor John C. McGinley helps directors tell their story>D4


Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (1040 Moss St.) Emily Carr: On the Edge of Nowhere, to 2013. Silk Splendour: Textiles of Late Imperial China, to Sept. 23. William Kurelek: The Messenger, to Sept. 3. Clint Neufeld: Powertrains and Peacocks, Aug.
Victoria sculpture in Nevada festival

Victoria sculpture in Nevada festival

There's a hunk of burning love in Kym Spencer's backyard, but not for long.

Festival brings together comedians of a different ilk

From corporate to crass, diverse lineup assured at Best of Victoria

Turn dog hair into a sweater

Dog or cat hair clogging your carpets? Learn how to spin it into yarn at Fibrations, a communitybased celebration of fibre artists in the orchard of St. Ann's Academy on Sunday.

Up, up in the air: Dance defies gravity

ON STAGE Aeriosa at Romp! in the Square When: Tuesday and Wednesday at 6 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m.
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