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Catherine Heika Springstead, of Barnegat, N.J. passed away on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. Mrs. Springstead was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and lived in Staten Island, N.Y., before moving to Manahawkin in 1960. She was a very proud pharmacy technician for 33 years...
Sun Sports EditorJarrod Polson was less than a year old when Christian Laettner's buzzer-beater sent shockwaves across the nation in Duke's thrilling 104-103 overtime triumph over Kentucky in the East Regional finals at the Spectrum in 1992. He was just 10 when the two...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky’s new Southeastern Conference schedule has kept some traditional matchups — at least for now. With Missouri and Texas A&M joining the league this season, the SEC expanded from a 16-game conference schedule to an 18-game format that...
Sun Sports EditorA portion of Kentucky’s basketball schedule has been set. The slate, released by the school on Tuesday, features eight games at Rupp┐Arena and games against Maryland and Duke on neutral sites. The defending national champion Wildcats open the season...
Ensemble will present 'Sound of Music' tunes -- in a pop-rock style -- at Norton Center for the Artsjenb@amnews.comPeter Kiesewalter cautions theater-goers intrigued by “The Hills Are Alive,” based on classic musical “The Sound of Music”: They shouldn’t expect costumes. Or sets. Or seven kids. Or lederhosen. What he is bringing with...
Stuart Powell welcomes new body shop manager Brian McQueary brings 21 years of experience to Stuart Powell in repair of all makes and models. During that time, McQueary gained six years of experience as an insurance adjuster, and is I-CAR Platinum...
Special to The Advocate-MessengerTwo men, one born in 1914 in Brooklyn, N.Y., and the other born in 1956 in Los Angeles, share the same unmatched passion for photography, specifically for America, transportation and trains. This can be seen as part of the “All Aboard” exhibit...
Tags: Arts, Politics, Technology, North Carolina, Arts and Culture
Ruby Katherine Miller, 5, of Hamilton Boulevard, Hagerstown, Md., died Saturday, May 18, 2013, at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Born July 19, 2007, in Charleston, W.Va., she was the daughter of Mary Helen Leatherman...
Fifteen men of Palestinian origin have been arrested on charges of running a multimillion-dollar cigarette smuggling ring, and New York authorities who announced the arrests on Thursday said several of the suspects have ties to Hamas and other Islamist...
Tags: Ramadan, West Bank, Ocean City, Police Arrests, Blindness
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentPart of what’s striking about avant-garde jazz trio Minerva is that it’s almost impossible to compare it to anybody. The musicians exist in a stylistic void, a three-person universe outside of any specific idiom. They’re entirely in...
Tags: Music Industry, Music Theater, Entertainment, Music
Michael Pollan went shopping for lunch in a Brooklyn, N.Y., supermarket, and the news made the New York Times. That the Times' Dining section had asked him to go, along with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Michael Moss, was the major reason, of course....
The Palestinian immigrant and his brother lived next door to each other in homes in West Ocean City, over the years opening a number of businesses throughout the area — three pizza shops, a Mexican restaurant, a liquor store, gas stations, and...
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