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The Hartford CourantA soot-covered piece of paper on top of a desk in the Petit family's home office caught the eye of prosecutor Michael Dearington the day he walked through the charred remains of 300 Sorghum Mill Drive in Cheshire. It was a letter announcing an...
How many human bodies does it take to make an elephant? For a team of Pilobolus dancers, the answer — five — lies within their collective improvisation. At 8 p.m. on May 17 through 19, Pilobolus will perform a mixed repertory at the Irvine...
email@example.comFor the first time in its 123-year history, a Berkeley Springs High School graduate was appointed to theU.S. MilitaryAcademy in West Point, N.Y. West Point-bound Loguen McKee, 17, is one of the top 10 graduates from the 2012 class of 181 seniors who...
Press ReleaseIndiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan, Jr., has been appointed to the faculty of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Dean Gary R. Roberts announced Monday. Sullivan’s appointment takes effect at the start of the Fall...
Few people on the street may be familiar with the World Bank. Yet, it plays a critical role in the U.S. effort to engage the world through its contribution to economic development in poor and post-conflict societies. As current World Bank President...
Tags: Elections, Arts and Culture, Nigeria, Teachers, Christianity
A few weeks ago over at the Pure Pierre Politics blog this scribe posted an item requesting nicknames of legislators. Naturally the best ones we can’t publish. But there are some that we can share. See how many you can get right. Nickname: “...
Militants attack Afghan government delegation visiting site of deadly US shooting spree BALANDI, Afghanistan (AP) — Taliban militants opened fire Tuesday on an Afghan government delegation visiting one of the two villages in southern Afghanistan...
Tags: China, Rick Santorum, Elections, Arts and Culture, Hamid Karzai
Blues in its most elemental form will once again step into the spotlight at Thomas Nelson Community College later this month. The 11th edition of the Hampton Acoustic Blues Revival taking place Saturday, March 31, will feature blues historian and...
A new study on organic brown rice syrup used as a sweetener found arsenic in some of the foods, including baby formula and cereal bars. Researchers at Dartmouth College took a look at how much arsenic is in many of the foods we eat, and they discovered...
CNNThe death of an American college student last month, which investigators in Barcelona initially considered to be accidental, is now under investigation as a homicide and a suspect has been arrested, the Catalan regional police said in a statement. A 41-...
The Orange County Bar Assn. has installed its first female African-American president. During Thursday's 2012 Judges' Night and Annual Meeting in Irvine, Dimetria A. Jackson took on the group's leadership role. A graduate of Dartmouth College and the...
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