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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

On the Hill: A-Basin calls it a wrap 



ARAPAHOE BASIN Colorado's epic ski season is officially over. Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, the last resort to remain open for skiing in the state, closed Sunday after a 227-day season, according to resort spokesperson Leigh Hierholzer.
Source: www.aspentimes.com

You've still got it, babe 
Atomic bombshells: bikini babes (clockwise from top) Marilyn Monroe, Ursula Andress and Raquel Welch. Six decades after its invention, the skimpiest garment ever created for women to wear in public refuses to head for cover.
Source: www.theage.com.au

Brangelina pics were 'fair use' 
Gossip website denies copyright infringement A gossip website which still carries disputed pictures of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's baby says that its publishing of the pictures constitutes 'fair use'.
Source: go.theregister.com

ATE: Castillo-gate special 
In a special Ask the Editors our editorial panel fields some of the 'heavy' questions relating to the Castillo v Corrales III battle of the bulge, aka weight gate.
Source: www.secondsout.com

Barnes Sweeps Friday, Saturday Limited Features 
Mike Barnes completed a weekend sweep of the limited supermodified competition Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway, winning the Dunkin Donut/Key Bank 25. Barnes bested the 17-car NORA limited field at Spencer Speedway Friday night before coming back home to Oswego on Saturday to stand atop the 26-car field.
Source: oswegodailynews.com

Fashion to make 30 last past 40 
Middle age isnt what it used to be. Women in their 40s and 50s today are as healthy and attractive as their mothers were at 30, and many women arent afraid to show it off.
Source: www.theolympian.com

Time Warner stops pushing synergy 
Last year, Sports Illustrated and AOL were heading toward a clash, the latest in a series of quarrels between Time Warner Inc.'s units. The magazine wanted to merge its Web site with the AOL Web portal to create a massive sports site. AOL refused, saying Sports Illustrated had little to offer.
Source: www.post-gazette.com

Turkey May Get EU Warning on Human Rights, Cyprus (Update1) 
June 12 (Bloomberg) -- European Union officials meeting today may warn that Turkey is dragging its feet on resolving a dispute with Cyprus and embracing human rights, imperiling Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's bid to join the union.
Source: www.bloomberg.com

Astros flash offensive might in win 
Astros flash offensive might in win
Source: mlb.mlb.com

Mitch says WSU has strong resume 
Wichita State's NCAA regional at-large resume might be stronger if second baseman Damon Sublett had been healthy all season. Sublett, the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year, missed 18 games due to injury and illness. That's a fact the NCAA selection committee will consider when WSU is discussed in the days before Monday's selection.
Source: www.kansas.com