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Detroit Down, but Not Out

In 2013, Detroit files for bankruptcy and fires up its residents. Vacated Michigan Central Station, 2009Photo Credit: Albert Duce Relat…

Down Town

I am going down town, i.e. to the business part of the town. Down the country properly means down the slope of the land, or as the rivers run. We say “I am going up to town” wh…

Moses

Name at birth: MosheThe most important figure in Judaism, Moses parted the Red Sea to free his people and brought them the Ten Commandments on stone tablets. His story appears in the biblical book of …

Weather: Going in Circles

Going in CirclesWeatherGoing in CirclesFeeling the PressureHigh Points and LowWhat Makes the Weather Go 'RoundWhat's in a Name?Scales of Motion Now that you understand why the sky is blue and…

Go

(Anglo-Saxon, gan, ic ga, I go.) Here's a go or Here's a pretty go. Here's a mess or awkward state of affairs. It is no go. It is not workable. “Ça ira, ” in the French Re…

Go

Director: Doug Liman Writer: John August Columbia; R; 100 minutes Release: 4/99 Cast: Sarah Polley, Desmond Askew…

Down the Pacific Slope

Chapter 14 Chapter 16 Down the Pacific Slope The early days of October were spent in making preparations for the descent of the river,--the Kooskooskee. Here they made their cano…

Down the Columbia to Tidewater

Chapter 15 Chapter 17 Down the Columbia to Tidewater The voyagers were now drifting down the Columbia River, and they found the way impeded by many rapids, some of them very dang…

Down

He is quite down in the mouth. Out of spirits; disheartened. When persons are very sad and low-spirited, the corners of the mouth are drawn down. “Down in the jib” is a nautica…

Weather: Going Into the Upper Air

Going Into the Upper AirWeatherLet's See How It's DoneNow for the Real WorkGoing Into the Upper AirBring on the MachinesWhat About the Five-Day Forecast? The ground-level data nicely shows wh…