| The rock pioneer laments an industry that cheated him out of millions. But Bo Diddley, now 73, continues to tour, write songs and enjoy his North Florida home.
[Times photo: Bill Serne]
What Bo knows
Bo Diddley is nothing if not outspoken. Here are his thoughts on some of the big names who caught his attention during his career -- from the Rolling Stones (for whom he opened in 1963) to Bo Jackson (whose "Bo Knows" Nike campaign in the '90s gave the old rocker a visibility boost).
No Place Like Home: A Sunday morning spoiled
SEMINOLE -- As you read this, most likely chain saws are whining and pine trees are falling at Lake Seminole County Park. Our Sunday morning bike ride will never be the same.
A break in NBC's backbone?
Losing a key ER player could threaten the network's Thursday night domination. The cast believes it has plenty of firepower to keep the show on course.
Genealogy: National Archives holds many treasures
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Heading for the National Archives? Bring a photo ID and leave your cell phone elsewhere. Heightened security as a result of Sept. 11 means you'll be searched coming and going. A cadre of guards in the lobby subjects visitors and employees to metal detector scans, and purse and bag checks.