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Travel: Seeing Stonehenge

...little more than an hour's drive out of London, Stonehenge is at the junction of the A303 and A344, which cuts...companies in London and Salisbury that take groups to Stonehenge for regular access. Some tours include Avebury.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/102804/loc_20041028021.shtml
News
Missing the point on Pebble Mine

...000 years and still these timeframes pale when compared to the danger lurking in the Pebble Pond. We are talking forever. Stonehenge was abandoned 5000 years ago. It is older than that. When those huge stones crumble to dust The Pebble Pond will still be...

http://juneauempire.com/opinion/2013-11-14/missing-point-pebble-mine
Opinion
Travel: A doorway to a dark past

After thousands of years, Stonehenge remains a prehistoric mystery. Stone...miles north at Avebury, is older than Stonehenge. But none have the dramatic look of a doorway into a dark past that Stonehenge has. A recent count had more than...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/102804/loc_20041028020.shtml
News
Midday moon in Alaska a first in nearly 19 years

...rhythmically rises and falls in the sky, Shaw said. Druids noticed this more than 3,000 years ago, and incorporated it into the Stonehenge alignment. Anyone north of Delta will be in great shape to see this midday moon event. According to Shaw's calculations...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111705/sta_20051117012.shtml
News
Telling the sun's story

...the day. The solstice was an important observance for all ancient cultures of the north. For example, the primary axis of Stonehenge was aligned to mark the location where the sun seemed to stop migrating south. It wasn't a trivial matter of seconds because...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011210/opi_545884618.shtml
Opinion
Photo exhibit pushes limits

...photographic paper, and then applied gold leaf to the surface. In his photograph "Phonehenge," Jeff Brown photographed Stonehenge, then used the Photoshop computer program to replace one stone pillar in the famous monument with a phone booth. Anchorage...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100500/Ent_Photo.html
Entertainment
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...The sky's the limit,'' he said. ``and I found out what the sky was.'' So did Irwin Sternberg, president of Stonehenge, Ltd., manufacturers of fine neckwear. When auctioneer JoAnne Carter reached $1.6 million, the bidding turned into...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011399/Spo_moneyball.shtml
Mac's 70th goes for record bid

...The sky's the limit,'' he said. ``and I found out what the sky was.'' So did Irwin Sternberg, president of Stonehenge, Ltd., manufacturers of fine neckwear. When auctioneer JoAnne Carter reached $1.6 million, the bidding turned into...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011399/Spo_moneyball.html
Sports
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...those ancient gardens still carry the message. We see, feel and smell the cosmological traditions of a time long gone. Stonehenge, monastic enclosures, Italian renaissance palace gardens and the Nazca Plateau images are messages. Some we can read...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052400/Com_landscape.shtml
Comic book artist was HR bidder

...bought at the auction cost under $20,000 apiece. McFarlane outbid Irwin Sternberg, the president of the neckwear firm Stonehenge Ltd., for No. 70. Sternberg stopped at $2.6 million; McFarlane said $2.9 million was as high as he was willing...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/020899/Spo_ball.html
Sports

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