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CBS News
Photos of the weekwashed up on a Japanese beach, is shown to the media at the Defense Ministry in
Photos of the week
CBS News / Posted an hour ago
washed up on a Japanese beach, is shown to the media at the Defense Ministry in Tokyo, June 23, 2016. Brazil - Olympic torch Chelsea Clinton's new son Memorial service of Jo Cox Hot summer in Germany A man dives into a pool at the swimming... Read more
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Rappler
My food tour, my 1st stop: Cagayan de Orodeal: Filipino food true to its roots, presented to bring out the best in each
My food tour, my 1st stop: Cagayan de Oro
Rappler / Posted yesterday
deal: Filipino food true to its roots, presented to bring out the best in each ingredient from the land, air and sea. At Restaurant Damaso, Mempin serves two salads that are excellent examples of this cooking philosophy. Oyster mushrooms for... Read more
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The Mercury News
Sunnyvale: Special Olympics torch runs through the city, South Bayraise awareness and their heart rates for the upcoming 2016 Special Olympics No
Sunnyvale: Special Olympics torch runs through the city, South Bay
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
raise awareness and their heart rates for the upcoming 2016 Special Olympics Northern California with the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Local agencies began in Gilroy and ran through their communities passing the torch, the Flame of Hope, from... Read more
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Spot.ph
Rice & Dough at McKinley Hill, Taguigshares. "They're my comfort food." Rice & Dough Sushi and Pizza Bar is the seco
Rice & Dough at McKinley Hill, Taguig
Spot.ph / Posted 2 days ago
shares. "They're my comfort food." Rice & Dough Sushi and Pizza Bar is the second concept by his family, who also own Torch (the fusion house is on its way to a fourth branch, by the way). Although the pairing of these Japanese and Italian... Read more
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examiner.com
Hotel Belmar and the new look of success in Costa Ricarevolution. Crushed ice is swirled in a cocktail glass. Local dry cedar pine n
Hotel Belmar and the new look of success in Costa Rica
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
revolution. Crushed ice is swirled in a cocktail glass. Local dry cedar pine needles on a flameproof dish are lit with a torch. The glass is inverted over the flame which should extinguish immediately and sits on the needles capturing the smoke.... Read more
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Miami New Times
Louis Puig: "It Is True, I Sold Club Space"Its 130 years if you want to compare it to human years. It was time for me to m
Louis Puig: "It Is True, I Sold Club Space"
Miami New Times / Posted 8 days ago
Its 130 years if you want to compare it to human years. It was time for me to move on and let someone else carry the Space torch. Space was ahead of its time; it was the antiestablishment to the South Beach commercial VIP clubs with the French... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
New Bujumbura - Where Burundians Have Sought RefugeWelcome to New Bujumbura, Uganda. Comprising schools, a community centre and b
New Bujumbura - Where Burundians Have Sought Refuge
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Welcome to New Bujumbura, Uganda. Comprising schools, a community centre and businesses including factory workshops, a restaurant, a pharmacy and a hairdresser, their namesake community is growing up around the tiny village of Kashojwa in the... Read more
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Spot.ph
10 Often-Overlooked Japanese Dishes We Need to Talk More Aboutlittle furikake crown. This one, however, is no slouch. The flavors are delicat
10 Often-Overlooked Japanese Dishes We Need to Talk More About
Spot.ph / Posted 8 days ago
little furikake crown. This one, however, is no slouch. The flavors are delicate, but you'll be rolling yourself out of the restaurant if you finish a plate by yourself. Everyone's familiar with teriyaki, but have you heard about its tamer sibling?... Read more
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Daily Mail
Apple admits iOS 10 WON'T let you delete its apps - but can hide themthe latest version, Siri will also be opened, for the first time, to third-part
Apple admits iOS 10 WON'T let you delete its apps - but can hide them
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
the latest version, Siri will also be opened, for the first time, to third-party developers. Apple is passing the torch and allowing others to build on the intelligence Siris has to offer and let users interact directly with apps using... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Businesses lose the plot for Crazy Sale DayHeart by Billy Ray Cyrus. What's the craziest place you have ever been? Acrop
Businesses lose the plot for Crazy Sale Day
Daily Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus. What's the craziest place you have ever been? Acropolis in Athens to see the 2012 Olympic torch with 50,000 other humans. What's the craziest situation you have ever been in? Stranded on a freeway just out of San... Read more
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Orange County Register
Hana Re: An artist is freed to createwindow, so she opens the front door. “May I help you?” “Two for dinner?” I ask
Hana Re: An artist is freed to create
Orange County Register / Posted 9 days ago
window, so she opens the front door. “May I help you?” “Two for dinner?” I ask. I can see that almost every seat in the restaurant is already taken. “Just a moment,” she says. She walks across the very small room to whisper something to the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Finally! Apple will let users delete its own apps in iOS 10the latest version, Siri will also be opened, for the first time, to third-part
Finally! Apple will let users delete its own apps in iOS 10
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
the latest version, Siri will also be opened, for the first time, to third-party developers. Apple is passing the torch and allowing others to build on the intelligence Siris has to offer and let users interact directly with apps using... Read more
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WLKY Louisville
Insider Louisville: Business briefing for June 13a few miles down the road. Lil Cheezers owner opening deli in Old Louisville
Insider Louisville: Business briefing for June 13
WLKY Louisville / Posted 11 days ago
a few miles down the road. Lil Cheezers owner opening deli in Old Louisville Old Louisville residents want more retail, restaurants and businesses in general to help the historic neighborhood that has struggled in its attempts to... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Johnson: Muhammad Ali a true Americanbum!” The second photo is one that is dear to my heart as a native Georgian, w
Johnson: Muhammad Ali a true American
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 13 days ago
bum!” The second photo is one that is dear to my heart as a native Georgian, which is the shot of Ali holding the Olympic torch at the opening ceremony of the 1996 Atlanta Games. He was only 54 and battling Parkinson’s disease. Ali’s hands were... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Eulogies, Tears As the Greatest, Ali, Goes Homesaid to have thrown his 1960 Olympic gold medal into the Ohio River, when he wa
Eulogies, Tears As the Greatest, Ali, Goes Home
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
said to have thrown his 1960 Olympic gold medal into the Ohio River, when he was refused service at a downtown Louisville restaurant on the ground of colour bar. His independence of spirit became a constant source of trial for him. He was quoted... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |the night before Ali's funeral and memorial services. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
the night before Ali's funeral and memorial services. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) Mark HumphreyAP Pakistani demonstrators torch a US flag during a protest against a US drone strike in Pakistan's southwestern province Balochistan, in Quetta on June... Read more
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Hamilton News
Sidney Crosby still has the answer to every last question: ArthurPittsburgh bartender talks about how Wayne Gretzky would come to town and the a
Sidney Crosby still has the answer to every last question: Arthur
Hamilton News / Posted 16 days ago
Pittsburgh bartender talks about how Wayne Gretzky would come to town and the autograph lines would form outside the bar or restaurant, and Gretzky would tell the owner to let them in. Crosby has always been compared to 99 and to Mario and it hasn’t... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Jeff Jackson's first-round draft story a cautionary baseball taleyourself.'' The positive message echoes what Thomas told Jackson one night in
Jeff Jackson's first-round draft story a cautionary baseball tale
Chicago Tribune / Posted 16 days ago
yourself.'' The positive message echoes what Thomas told Jackson one night in the late 1990s at Walter Payton's Schaumburg restaurant. Once Jackson introduced himself to the slugger, the two first-round picks enjoyed speculating what might have... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
The best shows and movies to stream in Junehas caught the attention of education advocates around the world as she and her
The best shows and movies to stream in June
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
has caught the attention of education advocates around the world as she and her family have used her experience as a torch to illuminate the importance of education for girls all over the world. In this gut-wrenching, Oscar-nominated... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Library displays inventor’s statueand artifacts from his life adorn the walls of the town’s library. Local eateri
Library displays inventor’s statue
The Toledo Blade / Posted 17 days ago
and artifacts from his life adorn the walls of the town’s library. Local eateries bear names like “Invention Family Restaurant.” About 60 people came to see the statue, which is 6-foot-10 inches without the base and weighs 900 pounds. “All... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Rio Olympics biggest concern: local crimecan be prepared for the expected and unexpected." Case in point: a federal jud
Rio Olympics biggest concern: local crime
Yahoo Sports / Posted 17 days ago
can be prepared for the expected and unexpected." Case in point: a federal judge recently ordered an ankle bracelet for a restaurant owner in the south of Brazil who had been "preparing vigorously … for the Muslim holy war," according to the... Read more
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iol.co.za
Business of breakfast: Best in classspaghetti plus a dollop of mustard on the side. Even the jam seemed suspicious,
Business of breakfast: Best in class
iol.co.za / Posted 17 days ago
spaghetti plus a dollop of mustard on the side. Even the jam seemed suspicious, irradiated to red bright enough to use as a torch on those dark mornings. This was one breakfast where I felt more, rather than less, hangry after the meal. The... Read more
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Philboxing
MUHAMMAD ALI "THE GREATEST" TRIVIA PART I1975 autobiography that he hurled his Olympic gold medal into the Ohio River af
MUHAMMAD ALI "THE GREATEST" TRIVIA PART I
Philboxing / Posted 18 days ago
1975 autobiography that he hurled his Olympic gold medal into the Ohio River after they were not served at a "whites-only" restaurant and brawled with a white gang. Although Thomas Hauser's biography of Ali revealed that he lost his medal a year... Read more
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Orange County Register
Top Workplaces 2015: How the 125 companies rankedcook-off HB Concours d’Elegance zooms into its 31st year with custom cars and m
Top Workplaces 2015: How the 125 companies ranked
Orange County Register / Posted 18 days ago
cook-off HB Concours d’Elegance zooms into its 31st year with custom cars and motorcyclesFor Janet Evans, lighting Ali's torch at '96 Olympics ignited a flame in her to inspire others Cavaliers have no answers in Warriors' Game 2 victoryHuston... Read more
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The Morning Call
'Gather for great food' at Gaglione's in Wind GapPizza places are a dime a dozen, but quality Italian restaurants such as Stefan
'Gather for great food' at Gaglione's in Wind Gap
The Morning Call / Posted 18 days ago
Pizza places are a dime a dozen, but quality Italian restaurants such as Stefano's in Bethlehem, Sette Luna in Easton and The Vineyard in Fountain Hill are rare finds. In Wind Gap, first-rate family recipes, fresh ingredients and friendly service... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
10 iOS Features We'd Love To See Apple Announce At WWDCspace on your phone, might be better off as instant apps. Sure, you could downl
10 iOS Features We'd Love To See Apple Announce At WWDC
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 19 days ago
space on your phone, might be better off as instant apps. Sure, you could download an app for a particular retailer or restaurant, but wouldn’t it be more convenient just to have the app appear instantly when you most need it? If Apple built... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Final bell rings for Muhammad Alilong standing ovations.

With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t

Final bell rings for Muhammad Ali
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 19 days ago
long standing ovations.

With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights.

A few years after that, he sat... Read more

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Channel 8 San Diego
Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as 'The Greatest,' diesdraw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as 'The Greatest,' dies
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 19 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' diesdraw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' dies
Juneau Empire / Posted 19 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The ‘world invited’ to Ali’s funeraldidn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Ol
The ‘world invited’ to Ali’s funeral
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
didn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Olympic n — r” and refused service in a restaurant. He claimed the heavyweight championship belt in 1964, his agility and quick, dancer-like movements in the ring... Read more
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News.com.au
The ‘world invited’ to Ali’s funeraldidn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Ol
The ‘world invited’ to Ali’s funeral
News.com.au / Posted 19 days ago
didn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Olympic n — r” and refused service in a restaurant. He claimed the heavyweight championship belt in 1964, his agility and quick, dancer-like movements in the ring... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Jim Healy - Muhammad Ali: A boy's first sports heroas a boxer. The symptoms were evident in the early 80s. The world watched his t
Jim Healy - Muhammad Ali: A boy's first sports hero
Statesboro Herald / Posted 20 days ago
as a boxer. The symptoms were evident in the early 80s. The world watched his tremors as he lit the Atlanta Olympic torch in 1996. And cut him off from the public almost completely in the past few years. When I read last week Ali was in the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as 'The Greatest,' diesdraw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Muhammad Ali, who riveted the world as 'The Greatest,' dies
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Ali riveted world as ‘The Greatest’draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Ali riveted world as ‘The Greatest’
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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New York Post
The world pays tribute to the legendary life of Muhammad Alididn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Ol
The world pays tribute to the legendary life of Muhammad Ali
New York Post / Posted 20 days ago
didn’t shield him from racism back home, where he was derisively called “the Olympic n—-r” and refused service in a restaurant. He claimed the heavyweight championship belt in 1964, his agility and quick, dancer-like movements in the ring... Read more
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Orange County Register
Register Editorial Board endorsements for June 7 electionofferGot the best job, the greatest boss? Nominate your company as a Top Workpl
Register Editorial Board endorsements for June 7 election
Orange County Register / Posted 20 days ago
offerGot the best job, the greatest boss? Nominate your company as a Top Workplace For Janet Evans, lighting Ali's torch at '96 Olympics ignited a flame in her to inspire othersClayton Kershaw not at his best but he has enough to beat... Read more
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Orange County Register
Mark Wahlberg, Kenny G, Liza Weil: June 5 celebrity birthdaysofferGot the best job, the greatest boss? Nominate your company as a Top Workpl
Mark Wahlberg, Kenny G, Liza Weil: June 5 celebrity birthdays
Orange County Register / Posted 20 days ago
offerGot the best job, the greatest boss? Nominate your company as a Top Workplace For Janet Evans, lighting Ali's torch at '96 Olympics ignited a flame in her to inspire othersClayton Kershaw not at his best but he has enough to beat... Read more
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Connecticut Post
When Ali came to townGREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty L
When Ali came to town
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
GREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty Le Figaro restaurant on Greenwich Avenue when I finally ask my companion what’s in the briefcase he’s been lugging around. A sly grin slowly spreads across what is perhaps... Read more
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Greenwich Time
When Ali came to townGREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty L
When Ali came to town
Greenwich Time / Posted 20 days ago
GREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty Le Figaro restaurant on Greenwich Avenue when I finally ask my companion what’s in the briefcase he’s been lugging around. A sly grin slowly spreads across what is perhaps... Read more
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The News-Times
When Ali came to townGREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty L
When Ali came to town
The News-Times / Posted 20 days ago
GREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty Le Figaro restaurant on Greenwich Avenue when I finally ask my companion what’s in the briefcase he’s been lugging around. A sly grin slowly spreads across what is perhaps... Read more
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Darien News-Review
When Ali came to townGREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty L
When Ali came to town
Darien News-Review / Posted 20 days ago
GREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty Le Figaro restaurant on Greenwich Avenue when I finally ask my companion what’s in the briefcase he’s been lugging around. A sly grin slowly spreads across what is perhaps... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
When Ali came to townGREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty L
When Ali came to town
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
GREENWICH — It’s an autumn afternoon in 1993, and I’m hanging out in an empty Le Figaro restaurant on Greenwich Avenue when I finally ask my companion what’s in the briefcase he’s been lugging around. A sly grin slowly spreads across what is perhaps... Read more
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The Morning Call
'Gather for great food' at Gaglione'sPizza places are a dime a dozen, but quality Italian restaurants such as Stefan
'Gather for great food' at Gaglione's
The Morning Call / Posted 20 days ago
Pizza places are a dime a dozen, but quality Italian restaurants such as Stefano's in Bethlehem, Sette Luna in Easton and The Vineyard in Fountain Hill are rare finds. In Wind Gap, first-rate family recipes, fresh ingredients and friendly service... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Column - Muhammad Ali: A boy's first sports heroas a boxer. The symptoms were evident in the early 80s. The world watched his t
Column - Muhammad Ali: A boy's first sports hero
Statesboro Herald / Posted 20 days ago
as a boxer. The symptoms were evident in the early 80s. The world watched his tremors as he lit the Atlanta Olympic torch in 1996. And cut him off from the public almost completely in the past few years. When I read last week Ali was in the... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Ali coming home as 'citizen' of world for Louisville funeraldraw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Ali coming home as 'citizen' of world for Louisville funeral
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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heraldscotland
Born in poverty, the man who would be king of boxingnot immune to the racism that so bedevilled American society. After being refu
Born in poverty, the man who would be king of boxing
heraldscotland / Posted 20 days ago
not immune to the racism that so bedevilled American society. After being refused service by a waitress at a "whites-only" restaurant, and then fighting with a white gang, a disgusted Clay reportedly threw his gold medal into the Ohio River. Clay... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Muhammad Ali the greatest, but his greatest fights took their tollthe story to be retold for years that shortly after his return from the Rome Ga
Muhammad Ali the greatest, but his greatest fights took their toll
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
the story to be retold for years that shortly after his return from the Rome Games, after being refused service at a restaurant because he was black, he threw the medal in a river. After he lit the torch at opening ceremony for the 1996... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' dies at 74draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' dies at 74
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee: Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' Dies At 74draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee: Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest,' Dies At 74
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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The Advocate
'Ali will never die': Muhammad Ali riveted the world as 'The Greatest'; his memory will live foreverdraw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that t
'Ali will never die': Muhammad Ali riveted the world as 'The Greatest'; his memory will live forever
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
draw long standing ovations. With his hands trembling so uncontrollably that the world held its breath, he lit the Olympic torch for the 1996 Atlanta Games in a performance as riveting as some of his fights. A few years after that, he sat mute in... Read more
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