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NYNewsday.comStart at the beginning, at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue. From here, Central Park spreads north 51 blocks to 110th Street, meandering crosstown to Eighth Avenue, encompassing 843 acres in all, a prodigious parcel of city real estate, a little bigger than...
Special To The SunFrom archery to wrestling, Anne Arundel sports enthusiasts can choose from a wide variety of youth and adult sports throughout the county. Sports opportunities include individual and team activities, instructional, recreational and competitive programs...
We know there are only two reasons to watch the Olympics: Michael Phelps and the Iraqi soccer team. OK, and gymnastics too, but we miss Keri Strug. While the matches may be riveting, who wants to stay home glued to the couch? Root for your fave athletes...
Archery Where: Panathinaiko Stadium. When: Aug. 12-21. Top U.S. performers: Butch Johnson, Vic Wunderle, Janet Dykman. U.S. chances: The U.S. men are well-seasoned at the elite level, winning team medals in three of the last four Olympics. U.S. women...
TAJMA ABRAHAM SCHOOL: Kecoughtan. LAST YEAR: 1992-93. SPORT: Basketball. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Abraham averaged 28 points a game as a senior and was the No. 2 scorer in the Peninsula District for three straight years behind Phoebus' LaKeshia Frett. Following...
The Hartford CourantIt's Valentine's Day, and Jesse Bellerive is tending to what she wryly calls her Valentine's gifts: two toddlers born just 51 weeks apart. Her first child, Tyla Luv, 8, is at school, where she is already learning words that send Jesse to the dictionary....
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