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IN THE WORLD ECONOMY, Latin America stands out: a region of great resources and cultural roots that are shared by many. Of all the developing places in the world, it could move the fastest toward a 21st century electrical grid. But as with North American energy infrastructure, the Latin American grid has to adjust to accommodate solar and wind power as they reach scale. And other issues remain
DESPITE BEING DISTINCTLY AMERICAN, I have one French love. I've been to the Eiffel Tower three times in my life, and I plan to go again this coming autumn. I've shopped on the first floor, taken those elevators up and the stairs back down and even eaten at the Jules Verne (that's the restaurant on the second floor). That industrial latticework masterpiece--originally built by Gustave Eiffel for
Icy weather and treacherous road conditions kept Salina Community Theatre box office manager Jill French on the phone most of Saturday evening and Sunday.