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Fakenham is on its marks for inaugural Shopkeeper...
Fakenham is on its marks for inaugural Shopkeepers’ OlympicsTwo of the team captains for the Shopkeeper Olympics in Fakenham, Claire Brown (left) and Lisa Mallett, with the trophy. Picture: Matthew...
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I Got You, Babe - Kindergarten then high school -...
I know I’ve stated in a previous column that I’m not that mushy of a mommy when it comes to cards and what-not. I may have to withdraw that statement. Earlier in December I went to an information...
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It all began in 1894 when Franklin Olin establish...
April 18, 1989 The battleship USS Iowa, ripped by a gun turret explosion that killed 47 sailors, steamed toward Puerto Rico and an investigation into the worst naval disaster in more than a decade....
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Award-winning Boston singer to perform at the Fir...
Recording and performing artist Will Dailey will appear at the Firehouse Center for the Arts in Newburyport tomorrow night. Dailey is a three-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best...
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Songs of the American west on tap at folk society...
The Sooke Folk Music Society is very pleased to be welcoming back Hank Cramer to our April Coffee House this Saturday, April 19. Please note that for this month only, our Coffee House is being held at...
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"Glee" Will Time Jump for Final Season
Let the "Glee" mystery begin! Creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy has dropped quite the unexpected little bomb about the Fox hit's sixth and final season: It won't be New York-centric. It...
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Dawn Dawson students to perform show songs at Alb...
Dawn Dawson students to perform show songs at Albert Halls Dawson’s Academy youngsters who will reprise their performance of CBBC’s Sport Relief Does
last month STARS of the future will...
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Catholic students get firsthand lesson in ‘never ...
Gloria Lyon, 84, faced her audience and held up her arm, revealing a faded numeric tattoo. Showing that somber marking from Auschwitz added to the emotion of the event: an annual Holocaust education...
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Didcot's own Matt Richardson brings his stand-up ...
Didcot lad Matt Richardson has the Xtra Factor for laughter Comedian Matt Richardson From humble beginings Matt Richardson is now friend to the stars. But, he tells Katherine Macalister he is still...
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Lea Michele dons a short brown wig on the set of ...
Lea Michele trades in her long luxurious locks for a sleek bob on set of Glee... but it's only a wig Lea Michele was last pictured on set a few days ago with her long and lustrous trademark...
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UP CLOSE | How many is too many?
Looking around at the students hurrying up and down the bustling stage, Jonathan Lian ’15 already knew it was going to be a long night. Lian — the president of the Yale Dramatic Association — was...
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KISS's Paul Stanley Overcame Deafness, Deformity ...
Growing up, Paul Stanley was an unlikely candidate to become a rock star. He was born with a facial deformity, microtia, which prevented his right ear from forming properly and left him deaf on the...
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Of Course Student-Athletes Are University Employe...
Are college athletes university employees? It’s a question that has gripped the sports world since January, when a group of Northwestern University football players petitioned the National Labor...
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RoboJase the robot comedian: Wired for wit
Just like a real comedian, RoboJase chooses his jokes carefully. Channel 5 Working as a stand-up comedian isn't an easy gig. Night after night, you bare your soul in front of a microphone, hoping for...
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Arnott's Arts Happenings For April 7-13
Checking in on some familiar names this week: composers such as Charles Ives and Benjamin Britten, whose works have been embraced locally for much of the past century; rock icons Neil Finn and David...
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William Montone celebrates 90th birthday
William R. Montone of Camp Hill recently celebrated his 90th birthday at a party hosted by his sons, William Jr., Robert and Kevin E. Montone, at the Westmoreland Club in Wilkes-Barre. Invitees were...
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Simon Fowler: Ocean Colour Scene plan 'classical'...
Simon Fowler, who found music fame as frontman of Ocean Colour Scene, has revealed the band could go ‘classical’ next year. The Britpop five-piece plan an ‘unplugged’ tour for early next year backed...
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Ozzie Nelson feted by Rutgers in 1964 - Almanac A...
Today is the 94th day of 2014. There are 271 days left in the year. On this date In 1968, civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., 39, was shot and killed while standing on a balcony of the...
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Late Motown icon Marvin Gaye remembered on 75th b...
Gaye was shot and killed by his father on the eve of his 45th birthday in 1984, leaving behind a remarkable string of hits -- led by "Let's Get It On," "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and "Sexual...
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No fooling, April is busy
It's April 1, spring break is over and the polar vortex is back up north where it belongs. That means one thing on the University of Illinois campus: busy season. April is the month of Moms Weekend...
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