First lady opens Special Olympics in L.A.

Fourteen-year-old cheerleader Tiana DiMassa, of Garden Grove, Calif., leaves the stadium after her pre-show performance at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games, Saturday, July 25, 2015, in Los Angeles. Some 6,500 athletes from 165 countries the most to converge on Los Angeles since the 1984 Summer Olympics have poured into town this week to hit tennis balls, kick soccer balls, swim laps, ride horses, lift weights, even run a triathlon. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michelle Obama welcomed thousands of athletes to the Special Olympic World Games in Los Angeles.

Shrinking Kodak’s new role: startup landlord

In this July 15, 2015 photo, Michael Alt, director of Eastman Business Park, walks between buildings on the Eastman Business Park campus in Rochester, N.Y., that housed Kodak founder George Eastman's office. Kodak considered selling its 1,250-acre business park to a smaller company after emerging from bankruptcy, but has instead been courting new businesses to the site, with the promise of access to plentiful utilities, infrastructure and Kodak's specialty technical and industrial capabilities. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — The chemical know-how and machines that spooled out countless miles of film are being eyed for medical marijuana and solar cells, while the private rail line now carries tomatoes alongside coal as photography pioneer Kodak, its bankruptcy behind it, embraces a new role: startup landlord.

Many Glacier Hotel survived fires, floods, ravages of time

This July 3, 2015 photo shows the sunrise over Many Glacier Hotel on Glacier National Park, Mont. This summer, the Many Glacier Hotel celebrates 100 years as one of the crown jewels of Glacier National Park. For more than a century, the massive hotel has withstood the ravages of time, floods and fire, all the while enticing people with its legend and lore. (Greg Lindstrom/Flathead Beacon via AP)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — Anyone who has worked at or spent any substantial amount of time at the Many Glacier Hotel will tell you the same thing: It’s a special place with a rich and unique history.

Annual Key West festival celebrates Ernest Hemingway

In this photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, Ernest Hemingway Look-Alikes proceed on Duval Street during the annual "Running of the Bulls" Saturday, July 25, 2015, in Key West, Fla. The whimsical and much safer answer to the event's namesake in Pamplona, Spain, was staged as a facet of the island city's annual Hemingway Days festival that ends Sunday, July 26. Hemingway lived and wrote in Key West throughout the 1930's. (Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP)

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — A California community college professor won the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition, the literary highlight of Key West’s annual festival celebrating author Ernest Hemingway.

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