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7 Child Stars Who Ditched Showbiz
Lisa Jakub, who played Robin Williams' older daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire, left the business at age 22 because she had "no desire to be a cautionary tale," she once wrote. "I decided I should leave...
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Sleepless in Seattle
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SEASONAL REAPER’S REVENGE HAUNTED ATTRACTION: weekends through Nov. 2; Fridays and Saturdays, 6 to 11 p.m., Sundays, 6 to 10 p.m., Reaper’s Revenge, Montdale, $35. Visit...
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The Masonic Temple
Scranton Cultural Center
Today in History, October 25th
Today in History, October 25th Today is Saturday, Oct. 25, the 298th day of 2014. There are 67 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Oct. 25, 1954, a meeting of President Dwight...
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Daily Bread planning move next year
CHAMPAIGN — The Daily Bread Soup Kitchen plans to move out of its current home at a downtown Champaign church to a former bar next year, one of its leaders said. The organization, which feeds the...
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Paperback reviews: Extreme Metaphors, The Defecti...
The allure of J G Ballard’s fiction lies partly in his willingness to foreground his obsessions. He’ll often have a character elaborate a novel’s central theme: in Millennium People, for instance, the...
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Nick Hornby on his first novel in five years
There is a defining scene early on, when Barbara goes to her audition for an episode of Comedy Playhouse, a ‘series of one-off half-hour shows that the BBC used as a launching pad for new comedies’....
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Grace Mary Gembar
Grace Mary Gembar Grace Mary Gembar, 93, passed away peacefully at Community Care Center of Alliance on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, following an extended illness. Grace was born June 28, 1921, to Frank...
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Immaculate Conception Church
Dodgers denied in finale
On the cusp of completing a double-digit comeback, the Dodgers fell just short in a 42-37 loss at Urbandale that cost the program district runner-up status and a first-round home playoff...
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Six seeking position on Brooke school board
The six are Paula Boram of 1454 Grand Ave., Wellsburg; Pamela Dudley of 60 Third St., Wellsburg; Michele R. Mitchell of 2008 Commerce St., Wellsburg; Ronald J. Ujcich Sr. of 1522 Main St., Wellsburg;...
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Barber behind "The Hos" talks about his signature...
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — The Royals’ run in the World Series has fans lining up for a signature haircut from the team’s
. DeJuan Bonds of Purple Label
shop in Overland Park is responsible...
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the World Series
Kansas City Royals
Giovanni Battista Moroni, CRW Nevinson: this week...
Giovanni Battista Moroni, London Compared to the average 16th-century Italian portrait painter depicting dukes and princes in static, stagey pomp, Giovanni Battista Moroni’s work is a revelation. His...
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Friday Football Blitz: Week 8 Scores
Andover Central 41, Circle 0 Attica/Argonia 54, Norwich 6 Axtell 46, BV Randolph 0 Basehor-Linwood 27, Atchison 14 Baxter Springs 20, Parsons 9 Bishop Miege 41, Louisburg 14 Blue Valley...
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The Way This Widower Keeps His Wife's Memory Aliv...
It's never easy dining out alone -- but one man has found the perfect, sweetest way to ensure he never feels lonely. Twitter user Madina Bashizadah posted this heartbreaking picture earlier this week...
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Wild Intelligence to host masquerade fundraiser
Wild Intelligence Executive Director Sarah Hubbard and her staff believe everyone deserves the opportunity to experience nature. To help support its interactive outdoor programs and raise funds for...
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Activities to entertain during Georgia's bye week...
The Bulldogs have the weekend off, but the Athens area still offers plenty to do. Use the list below to mark your calendars: SATURDAY In Their Shoes Walk: 8 a.m., Loran Smith Center for Cancer...
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This photo of an elderly man dining with his wife...
Occasionally in life we happen upon quiet moments that seem ordinary at first glance, but a second look reveals something genuinely moving and extraordinary is unfolding If we are lucky we take the...
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MCTC culinary arts program is on the chopping blo...
Just four years after opening a $2 million state-of-the-art facility, the popular culinary arts program at the Minneapolis Community and Technical College is on the verge of closing. It’s not because...
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Push for Paradise water treatment wetlands contin...
PARADISE >> Paradise Irrigation District Director Bill Kellogg is continuing to back a "constructed treatment wetlands" as a less expensive and more environmentally friendly option than a...
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is not only a great principal; she knows how to work a crowd.
, principal of J.T.
Elementary School, beat out three other nominees for Craven County’s principal of the year...
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Follow the song, not the stars or the waves: The ...
Follow the song, not the stars or the waves: The History of Rock’n’Roll in Ten Songs Review: Few have written as beautifully, and deeply, about songs and singing as Greil Marcus in his non-linear...
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