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sports Rescued Chile miner tours Graceland as Elvis fan -




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MEMPHIS, Tenn. & # 8211; & nbsp; Edison Pena stood in Elvis Presley' s " jungle room, " planted his foot, slightly swiveled his hips, and pointed to a chair with a teddy bear resting on it. " Oh let me be, your teddy bear, " said Pena, one of the rescued Chilean miners, surrounded by green carpet in one of his idol' s favorite rooms in Graceland.


Pena' s impromptu, spot- on interpretations of many of Elvis' hits, including " Teddy Bear, " highlighted his tour of Graceland on Friday. An avid and knowledgeable Presley fan, Pena was on a six- day trip to Memphis and Las Vegas paid for by local business and tourism groups. The invitation included a private tour of Elvis' longtime home and burial place. Pena, who sang Elvis tunes to lift the spirits of 32 fellow Chilean miners while they were trapped underground for 69 days last year, shot video of the mansion with his cell phone. He broke into parts of " Blue Suede Shoes" and " Hound Dog" as he walked through rooms with displays of gold records, movie posters and flashy Elvis outfits.


He knows little English outside of Elvis songs. In the high- ceilinged " racquetball room, " he pointed to a black jacket- and- pants combination and said in Spanish, " I would love to wear this outfit on the street, to go shopping. I' d be saying. ' Why are you looking at me? " Some rooms made him emotional.


Pena, 34, shook his head and exhaled as he learned that the last songs Elvis sang and played on his piano before he died were " Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" and " Unchained Melody. " Pena' s Graceland visit was an experience that fulfilled a dream, he said. " I was paralyzed, a lot of images came to me, " said Pena. " There' s nothing impossible for God. That' s why I' m here. " The Chilean miners were trapped a half- mile below ground, in a collapsed gold- and- copper mine. They were pulled out of the mine by a rescue capsule in October.


Pena was reportedly among the most depressed of the trapped men and asked rescuers to send down a photo of the sun. He jogged regularly in the adjacent tunnels that weren' t blocked by collapse. As a youngster, Pena would stand in front of the mirror, singing Elvis songs and mimicking his onstage style.


So Pena, shrouded in darkness in the mine, sang Elvis songs to pass the time. After hearing that Pena was a big fan, Elvis Presley Enterprises sent various gifts to him in Chile, including a picture, DVDs, CDs, a book and sunglasses. " Viva Las Vegas" and " Jailhouse Rock, " were among the movies.


On occasion, he would move farther down in the collapsed mine, allowing him to belt out Elvis songs as loudly as he wanted without bothering his mates. " His music was a message to me, that I could get out, " Pena said. " We were living in death.


It could have come at any time. " Shortly after his rescue, an invitation was extended for the trip to Memphis and a tour of Graceland, where Elvis lived for 20 years before he died there at age 42 on Aug. 16, 1977. Since his rescue, Pena has received a flood of invitations to attend several events. Pena has run in the New York Marathon and appeared on " Late Show with . " He also performed on stage with singer in a concert in Santiago, Chile.


His U. S. visit doesn' t end Thursday. On Saturday, he will cut a cake to celebrate Elvis' birthday, Jan. 8, 1935.


Sunday, he will visit Elvis' birthplace in Tupelo, Miss. Pena will leave Memphis on Monday for Las Vegas, where he will watch " Viva Elvis, " the popular show by Cirque du Soleil. " I don' t deserve so much attention, " Pena said.


During the tour of the mansion, Pena marveled at a long room filled with gold and platinum records and & mdash; through an interpreter & mdash; chatted with his tour guide about his favorite Presley film, " King Creole. " The miner also sang " Glory, Glory Hallelujah, " as a video of Elvis singing the spiritual tune played on a TV screen above his head. " How do you describe something so amazing? " Pena said as he stood in the racquetball room, surrounded by large glass cases enclosing Elvis' glittery suits. " This has really made an impact on me. Being able to see it, I' m in the clouds. "


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university Experts: Casey Anthony should go to a safe house -




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ORLANDO, Fla. & # 8211; & nbsp; When is released from jail Sunday, it will probably be in the middle of the night. If her lawyers are smart, security experts say, they will arrange for several SUVs with tinted windows to pull up to the Orange County Jail. Then they will bundle her into one of them and whisk her away to a safe house, where she will be protected by bodyguards for days, if not weeks. " I' d tell her to go to a big house in the middle of nowhere, " said Dallas- based security expert Stuart Diamond, who has worked for celebrities and federal agencies. " That would be the safest thing for her. It' s more of an effort for someone to really follow through on a threat. " Online and elsewhere, Anthony has been vilified, many believing she got away with murder. Some have wished the same fate on her that prosecutors say befell her 2- year- old daughter, Caylee.


Anthony' s legal team said Friday it received an emailed death threat with a doctored photo of the 25- year- old woman with a bullet hole through her forehead. The threat was forwarded to authorities. One her attorneys, Cheney Mason, said Anthony is nervous about getting out of jail, and he isn' t taking any chances: " We are all vigilant and I am armed. " A jury acquitted Anthony last week of murder but found her guilty of lying to law officers investigating the disappearance of Caylee in 2008. She was sentenced to four years in prison, but with good behavior and nearly three years already served, she will be out this weekend. Details of her release are being closely held, and the sheriff' s department is not making the time public beforehand. " This will not be a usual release, " jail spokesman Allen Moore said in an email. " Due to the high- profile nature of this case and intense, emotional interest by the public, appropriate measures will be taken to release the individual into the community in such a manner so as to preserve the safety of the individual and public. " The Orange County Jail has had very few high- profile inmates.


Former astronaut , who was convicted in a bizarre attack on a romantic rival, walked out the jail' s front door, where a horde of media pushed and elbowed their way toward her, shouting questions and trying to snap photos. In another case, Noelle Bush, the daughter of then- Gov.


Jeb Bush and niece of then- President , received special handling after her arrest on drug charges. Secret Service agents were worried she could be targeted. Once she is out of jail, Anthony will not get special treatment beyond the protection any person would get if there were a credible threat, law enforcement authorities said. ( Earlier this week, authorities said they had not received any credible threats, but they did not immediately return a call Friday about the new email. ) " She' s like every other resident or citizen here, " Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said. " We' re not going to be her personal security. Her attorneys will make appropriate decisions or prepare for her own security after that. " She should be let out of jail at " an offbeat time like 3 or 4 in the morning, " said Daniel Meachum, an Atlanta lawyer who has represented football star and actor .


Ideally, security experts said, she should go to a safe house. She may have to arrange backup locations, in case the address is discovered. She probably won' t be going to the home she had shared with her parents before her arrest, in part because the trial fractured their relationship.


Defense attorney Jose Baez told jurors that Anthony' s father, George Anthony, molested his daughter and covered up his granddaughter' s death after Caylee accidentally drowned in the family pool. George Anthony has denied the abuse and cover- up allegations. " Most of the time you can always go home, but she doesn' t have that option, " Meachum said. " Baez has to have somewhere for her to go for her to get herself together. " Anthony' s security may be hampered by her limited financial means, though many have predicted lucrative book and TV interview deals. Two security guards around the clock could cost $ 10, 000 a week, experts said. The best thing she can do for her safety is keep a low profile, said Mark Geragos, a Los Angeles lawyer who has represented , and Nicole Ritchie. " She needs to lay as low as possible until the next big scandal or trial, " Geragos said. " It' s not time to do a photo spread.


It' s not time to sit down with . None of those things.


There is no reason to do any of that. "


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Mail boats leave from Nassau at Potter' s Cay; for schedules, contact the Dockmaster' s Office at Potter' s Cay, Nassau.


M/ V Current Pride sails to the Current, Lower Bogue, Upper Bogue, and Hatchet Bay on Thursday, returning Tuesday.


M/ V Bahamas Daybreak III leaves on Monday for South Eleuthera, stopping at Rock Sound, and returns on Tuesday. It then leaves Thursday from Nassau for the Bluff and Harbour Island, returning on Sunday. The Eleuthera Express sails for Governor' s Harbour and Spanish Wells on Monday and Thursday, returning to Nassau on Tuesday and Sunday, respectively.


The fare is $ 30 for all Eleutheran destinations, and travel time is five hours each way. Bahamas Ferries connects Nassau to Harbour Island, Governor' s Harbour, and Spanish Wells daily. A round- trip fare costs $ 110; excursion rates ( including a tour, refreshments, and a trip to the beach) are somewhat higher.


The trip from Bahamas Ferries terminal on Potter' s Cay, Nassau to Harbour Island, with a stop on Spanish Wells, takes two hours.


Ferries leave Nassau at 8 am and return at 3: 55 ( 2 on Sunday) . Call to confirm departure times and rates; on busy days, an extra trip is sometimes added. Make reservations well in advance for trips around Columbus Day, the weekend of the annual North Eleuthera Regatta. Bahamas Ferries & nbsp; ( PHONE: 242/ 323- 2166. ) .


Dockmaster' s Office & nbsp; . PHONE: 242/ 393- 1064.


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42 million people were forced to flee their homes because of natural disasters around the world in 2010, more than double the number during the previous year, experts said Monday. . . . About 42 million people were forced to flee their homes because of natural disasters around the world in 2010, more than double the number during the previous year, experts said Monday.


One reason for the increase in the figure could be climate change, and the international community should be doing more to contain it, the experts said.


The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre said the increase from 17 million displaced people in 2009 was mainly due to the impact of " mega- disasters" such as the massive floods in China and Pakistan and the earthquakes in Chile and Haiti.


It said more than 90 percent of the disaster displacements were caused by weather- related hazards such as floods and storms that were probably impacted by global warming, but it couldn' t say to what extent. " The intensity and frequency of extreme weather events is increasing, and this trend is only set to continue. With all probability, the number of those affected and displaced will rise as human- induced climate change . . .


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The title of " Best Hospital" in the United States goes to . . . The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Again The title of " Best Hospital" in the United States goes to . . . The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Again.


The Baltimore- based Johns Hopkins earned the top spot among about 5, 000 hospitals in the United States for the 22nd year, according to U. News and World Report' s 2011- 2012 rankings released on Tuesday. It has earned the top spot every year since the U.


News Media Group began publishing the annual list in 1990.


The latest report recognized 720 hospitals of 4, 825 nationwide that rank among the best in their metro area or in at least one of 16 medical specialties. This year only 140 of the total number of hospitals evaluated performed well enough in even one medical specialty to earn a national ranking, according to the U. News media release Tuesday.


The list covers all 94 metro areas that have a minimum of both 500, 000 residents and one hospital that performed well enough to earn a place, as well as 16 medical specialties, from cancer and heart disease to urology and respiratory disorders.


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Charleston is known for lovingly restored mansions that are now atmospheric bed- and- breakfasts, as well as deluxe inns, all found in the residential blocks of the historic district. Upscale, world- class hotels are in the heart of downtown as well as unique, boutique hotels that provide a one- of- a- kind experience.


All are within walking distance of the shops, restaurants, and museums housed within the nearly 800 acres that makes up the historic district. The major chains line the busy, car- trafficked Meeting Street in the historic district; you' ll find others in West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, and North Charleston.


Mount Pleasant is considered the most upscale suburb; North Charleston is the least, but if you need to be close to the airport or are participating in events in its Coliseum, it is probably the cheapest of alternatives.


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The 1906 earthquake destroyed all eight of downtown San Francisco' s theaters, and this one, a neoclassical stunner, stepped up to the plate a year later.


Today it' s inextricably linked with its eponymous repertory company, known for award- winning . . .


Here' s a classic way to join in the Castro community: grab some popcorn and catch a flick at this gorgeous, 1, 500- seat art- deco theater; opened in 1922, it' s the grandest of San Francisco' s few remaining movie palaces.


The neon marquee, which stands at the . . . Mostly a place for the community to gather for calligraphy and Mandarin classes, the center also houses a gallery with occasionally interesting temporary exhibits by Chinese and Chinese- American artists.


Heritage walks ( $ 18; make reservations a day ahead) . . .


Originally a depot for the shipment of supplies to the Pacific during World War II, the fort was converted into a cultural center in 1977. Here you can find the vegetarian restaurant Greens and shops, galleries, and performance spaces, most of which are . . .


Fascinating and futuristic looking, this 2, 750- seat hall is the home of the San Francisco Symphony. The glass wraparound lobby and pop- out balcony high on the southeast corner are visible from outside, as is the Henry Moore bronze sculpture that sits on . . . Erected by Freemasons in 1957, the hall is familiar to locals mostly as a concert and lecture venue, where such notables as Van Morrison and Al Gore have appeared.


The recent Dan Brown- led spate of interest in the Masons and other secret fraternities . . .


Founded by muralists, this nonprofit arts organization designs and creates murals. The artists themselves lead informative guided walks of murals in the area. Most tours start with a 45- minute slide presentation.


The bike and walking trips, which take . . . During San Francisco' s Barbary Coast days, operagoers smoked cigars, didn' t check their revolvers, and expressed their appreciation with " shrill whistles and savage yells, " as one observer put it.


All the old opera houses were destroyed in the 1906 quake, . . . Performing- and visual- arts organizations occupy much of this 1930s structure. ( PHONE: 415/ 392- 4400) hosts classical ensembles, dance performances, and City Arts and Lectures events. Past City Arts speakers have included author Salman Rushdie and comedian . . . If MOMA' s for your parents, the Center is for you. You never know what' s going to be on at this facility in the Yerba Buena Gardens, but whether it' s an exhibit of Mexican street graphics ( graffiti to laypeople) , innovative modern dance, or baffling video . . .


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LANDOVER, Md. & # 8211; & nbsp; put on a different uniform, and finally found a way to beat the . OK, it helped that his defense scored a huge momentum touchdown at the end of the first half & mdash; and then hung on to withstand a final, furious threat at the end of the second half, surviving only when Dallas' 12th penalty of the game negated what appeared to be the winning score. returned a fumble 32 yards for Washington' s only touchdown, and Mc. Nabb completed 15 of 32 passes for 171 yards in his Redskins debut Sunday night in a season- opening, when- do- we- exhale 13- 7 win over the Cowboys. It was also the Redskins' curtain- raiser for Mike Shanahan, and the longtime coach watched his defense keep the Cowboys at bay when it mattered.


The Cowboys ( 0- 1) moved inside the Redskins 40 on three of their first four drives and didn' t score a point, but the drive everyone will remember is the last one, which came after Graham Gano made a 49- yard field with 1: 50 remaining to give the Redskins ( 1- 0) a 13- 7 lead. After the kickoff, the Cowboys started at their own 19 with 1: 45 left.


They converted a fourth- and- 10 at Washington' s 43 when hit wide- open over the middle for a 30- yard gain with 12 seconds to go.


Three plays later, Romo had only 3 seconds left on the clock, the ball at the 13- yard line. He scrambled to find open in the end zone. But, while Williams and the Cowboys were celebrating, the official was calling for holding Redskins linebacker , negating the score and providing a fitting end to a game in which the Cowboys made mistake after mistake.


Barron was starting because missed the game with a knee injury. Mc. Nabb was playing the Cowboys for the third straight game, the first player to do so since the 1970 merger. His Eagles lost to Dallas 24- 0 to end the regular season in 2009, then 34- 14 the following week in the playoffs in his last game with Philadelphia before the Easter Sunday trade that sent him to the Redskins. He now trails Romo 5- 3 when the two quarterbacks go head- to- head.


Romo completed 31 of 41 passes 282 yards for the Cowboys. Austin caught 10 passes for 146 yards and scored the game' s only offensive touchdown. The Redskins opened a new era with Mc. Nabb and Shanahan and sported a retro look with burgundy jerseys and gold pants at home. was among the 90, 670 fans on hand for the prime time game, and even got in the game for a dozen or so plays after a drama- filled offseason and training camp in which he was often at odds with his new coach. A yawner of a first half was headed toward a plodding finish when Dallas coach decided to try to score instead of run out the clock when the Cowboys got the ball at their own 30 with 27 records remaining.


On the last play & mdash; with 4 seconds left when the ball was snapped & mdash; Romo threw short to , who had the ball stripped by Hall with help from and . Hall picked up the ball and ran for the score, somersaulting into the end zone to give the Redskins a 10- 0 lead into the locker room.


It was the first touchdown the Redskins had scored against the Cowboys since 2008, having settled for just two field goals in a pair of losses last year. The win also gave Washington a badly needed NFC East win, having gone 0- 6 in the division during last year' s 4- 12 season under coach Jim Zorn.


The Redskins had a chance to pad the lead early in the second half. In fact, they did pad the lead when Gano made a 36- yard field goal, but Shanahan took the points off the board when was called for offsides. With first- and- 10 at the 13, the Redskins still couldn' t punch it in, and their next field goal try went away when holder had the snap go through his hands. Bidwell' s miserable third quarter continued when he shanked a 27- yard punt on Washington' s next possession, giving the Cowboys the ball at the Redskins 34. Romo needed only six plays to score, hitting Austin over the middle with a 4- yard pass with 1: 41 remaining in the quarter.


The Redskins scored the game' s first points by driving 69 yards for a field on a drive aided by a roughing the passer penalty on . Mc. Nabb scrambled for 17 yards to convert a third down, and a 14- yard gain on a screen to led to Gano' s 29- yard field goal. Romo drove the Cowboys inside the Redskins' 40 on three of Dallas' first four possessions, relying heavily on screen passes, but two drives ended in punts and another proved fruitless when David Buehler' s first NFL field goal attempt went wide right from 34 yards.


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Travel can pay off in many ways, and science backs it up. Why do we travel? Just a hunch here: because it' s fun. Plus we have to occasionally pay a visit to Uncle Greg in Minneapolis or attend that conference on soybean research your boss makes you go to every year.


But, at the same time, travel can pay off in many ways, and science backs it up. Here are the four main ways that travel can improve your life: 1. Travel makes you younger. David Eagleman, recently profiled as ' The Possibilian' in the New Yorker , studies time perception at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and has made many experiments regarding how life- threatening moments feel slowed down.


Travel to new places has always felt like stretched time to me too; a week in Guatemala seems to last as long as three weeks in the Outer Banks & ndash; in a good way. So I asked him whether science can back up my gut reaction. Eagleman told me adults' sense of time is more ' compressed' than children' s, but that travel to new or ' novel' places & ndash; the more exotic, the better & ndash; is an equalizer of sorts. . . .


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Actress Angie Harmon Actress Angie Harmon is perhaps best known for her role as assistant district attorney Abbie Carmichael on NBC& rsquo; s long- running Law & amp; Order, but the mother of three is busier than ever these days playing Boston detective Jane Rizzoli on TNT& rsquo; s & ldquo; Rizzoli & amp; Isles. & rdquo; & ldquo; I& rsquo; m a mess, & rdquo; Harmon confesses in the new issue of Good Houskeeping . & ldquo; I& rsquo; ve lost 10 pounds since I got here.


This is the hardest time in my life, for sure. & rdquo; Working 90 hour weeks in Los Angeles while her family lives in Charlotte, NC has taken its toll, too. & ldquo; It breaks my heart that I don& rsquo; t see my daughters every day, don& rsquo; t get to hug them and brush their hair, & rdquo; explains Harmon. The Texas- born beauty, who has been married for 10 years to former pro football player Jason Serhorn, feels guilty about spending so much time away from her family. & ldquo; When I feel like I& rsquo; m not doing what I am supposed to as a mother, I will torture myself, & rdquo; Harmon says. & ldquo; I don& rsquo; t know how to deal with it. I find some consolation in the fact that all mommies feel. . .


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