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The free-agency departures of three-time Pro Bowl center Alex Mack and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz seem to be haunting the Browns because their offensive line is trying to find its way with the Sept. 11 regular-season opener at the Philadelphia Eagles on the horizon.
Every homeowner is concerned about energy costs and how they can possibly do more to cut back on them, which might be why some have turned to the innovative technology behind solar powered roofing materials. With the ability to power anything from light bulbs to cars, solar panels have grown in popularity as an answer to conserving energy and lowering electricity bills. And for those homeowners looking to keep up their home’s curb appeal, solar shingles might be the perfect blend of efficiency and style.
NEW YORK: Rudy Van Gelder, the audio engineer who helped shape the sound of modern jazz on thousands of recordings, including such timeless albums as John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme, Lee Morgan’s The Sidewinder and Herbie Hancock’s Maiden Voyage, has died. He was 91.