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Orlando Sentinel
The busboy who cradled a dying RFK has finally stepped out of the pastIn June, Juan Romero did something he hadn't done in decades. He celebrated his
The busboy who cradled a dying RFK has finally stepped out of the past
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
In June, Juan Romero did something he hadn't done in decades. He celebrated his birthday, going out to dinner with his family in San Jose. "I always dreaded when June was coming up," said Romero, 65, who has struggled for most of his adult life to... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Grace keeps public guessingSAN JOSE CITY, Nueva Ecija, Philippines – Sen. Grace Poe urged local youth lead
Grace keeps public guessing
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
SAN JOSE CITY, Nueva Ecija, Philippines – Sen. Grace Poe urged local youth leaders here on Friday to value integrity, but kept the people guessing on her plans for the presidential elections next year. There were reports that Poe would declare her... Read more
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Sun Star
Group urges HS students to study sciences in UKAN international organization is encouraging high school students to pursue an
Group urges HS students to study sciences in UK
Sun Star / Posted 5 days ago
AN international organization is encouraging high school students to pursue an academic career in United Kingdom (UK) universities, specifically in sciences. In its public engagement activity dubbed as #thinkScience yesterday, the British Council... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Camp Erin-LA brings bereaved children together for fun, healingpositive impact on the kids who are currently grieving. Gene Blevins — Staff Ph
Camp Erin-LA brings bereaved children together for fun, healing
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
positive impact on the kids who are currently grieving. Gene Blevins — Staff Photographer Malibu >> Seven-year-old Anny Romero spent the past three days at an overnight summer camp rock climbing, navigating a ropes course, enjoying the pool and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Under siege: El Salvador’s state of chaoson any single day in El Salvador this summer. A team from the medical examiner
Under siege: El Salvador’s state of chaos
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
on any single day in El Salvador this summer. A team from the medical examiner’s office take a body to the morgue in San Salvador, El Salvador, May 29, 2015. There is a surreal aspect to the violence: In the low-income neighbourhoods that... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
El Salvador ex-colonel fights extradition for notorious murder of Jesuit prieststhe murders of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and the housekeeper’s tee
El Salvador ex-colonel fights extradition for notorious murder of Jesuit priests
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
the murders of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and the housekeeper’s teenage daughter, on a university campus in San Salvador in 1989. There was no decision from the US magistrate judge on Wednesday, surprising many watching the case... Read more
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Valencia County News-Bulletin
Deaths and Funerals ()remained active in the community, fostering children and serving on the board o
Deaths and Funerals ()
Valencia County News-Bulletin / Posted 11 days ago
remained active in the community, fostering children and serving on the board of directors for MyBank. Adam was an avid San Francisco 49ers fan and gardener. He loved to travel and enjoyed the casinos. Above all, Adam loved his family and... Read more
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Style Weekly
The Fire Startertelevisions hang in several places, including the kitchen, so that the news cyc
The Fire Starter
Style Weekly / Posted 12 days ago
televisions hang in several places, including the kitchen, so that the news cycle can be monitored constantly. Around the high-ceilinged rooms are photos and paintings featuring friends from entertainment and political worlds, including a photo of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Rating California schools is a big battleCalifornia’s largest-in-the-nation public school system educates – or purports
Rating California schools is a big battle
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
California’s largest-in-the-nation public school system educates – or purports to do so – 6 million-plus kids from dozens of socioeconomic, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds. National academic testing has found that California’s students rank near... Read more
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Valencia County News-Bulletin
Deaths and Funerals ()death by his parents, brother, Rick Aguilar; his oldest son, Stephen; and niece
Deaths and Funerals ()
Valencia County News-Bulletin / Posted 18 days ago
death by his parents, brother, Rick Aguilar; his oldest son, Stephen; and niece, Rachel Brudos Vance. Tony worked for the Santa Fe Railroad for 38 years. He began his career as a call boy in Vaughn. After several promotions and relocations, he... Read more
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Daily Press
Redshirt freshman Jake Fieler's emergence raises questions about U.Va.'s offensive linethe 20-year-old Fieler is not your typical freshman, redshirt or otherwise. He
Redshirt freshman Jake Fieler's emergence raises questions about U.Va.'s offensive line
Daily Press / Posted 19 days ago
the 20-year-old Fieler is not your typical freshman, redshirt or otherwise. He graduated from Parkersburg (W.Va.) South High School in 2013, played a season on Fork Union Military Academy's post-graduate team and enrolled at Virginia in January... Read more
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The Fremont Argus
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer FestSAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun cha
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest
The Fremont Argus / Posted 22 days ago
SAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun chairs, blankets and umbrellas, finding shady spots in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez as the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest's first full day of music got underway. "Good afternoon,... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer FestSAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun cha
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 22 days ago
SAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun chairs, blankets and umbrellas, finding shady spots in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez as the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest's first full day of music got underway. "Good afternoon,... Read more
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The Daily Review
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer FestSAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun cha
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest
The Daily Review / Posted 22 days ago
SAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun chairs, blankets and umbrellas, finding shady spots in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez as the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest's first full day of music got underway. "Good afternoon,... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer FestSAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun cha
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
SAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun chairs, blankets and umbrellas, finding shady spots in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez as the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest's first full day of music got underway. "Good afternoon,... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer FestSAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun cha
It's here: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest
Oakland Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
SAN JOSE -- There they were again, rolling in with their coolers, their sun chairs, blankets and umbrellas, finding shady spots in the Plaza de Cesar Chavez as the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest's first full day of music got underway. "Good afternoon,... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
Religion briefs: July 31Fr. Morton's homily on Christian non-violence will be based in part on the life
Religion briefs: July 31
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted a month ago
Fr. Morton's homily on Christian non-violence will be based in part on the life and writings of Blessed Oscar Romero of El Salvador. Pax Christi, an international Catholic peace movement, began in France near the end of World War II.... Read more
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Silver City Sun-News
Religion briefs: July 31Fr. Morton's homily on Christian non-violence will be based in part on the life
Religion briefs: July 31
Silver City Sun-News / Posted a month ago
Fr. Morton's homily on Christian non-violence will be based in part on the life and writings of Blessed Oscar Romero of El Salvador. Pax Christi, an international Catholic peace movement, began in France near the end of World War II.... Read more
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