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San Francisco Chronicle
Margaret Jenkins dance troupe stunning at 43transform before your eyes. The same qualities are writ large in “Skies Callin
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
transform before your eyes. The same qualities are writ large in “Skies Calling Skies Falling,” which premiered across the hall in the Taube Atrium Theater. Swathed in Domenico’s layered white culottes and open-backed tops, the dancers opened out... Read more
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The Daily Cougar
Track legend head coach set for hall of fame induction Leroy Burrell (left) has had many accomplishments in his track and field care
The Daily Cougar / Posted 15 days ago
Leroy Burrell (left) has had many accomplishments in his track and field career. He will be inducted into the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame on Nov. 2. | File photo/The Cougar Houston track... Read more
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Boston Globe
City unveils $8.5m program to encourage affordable-housing developersof Boston’s ongoing development boom, there are few more valuable commodities t
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
of Boston’s ongoing development boom, there are few more valuable commodities than a piece of buildable land. Now City Hall and a couple of local nonprofits are teaming up to help affordable-housing developers compete for some of that... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Sacred Heart field hockey wins in OTtied it at 1-1 on Greta Baker’s tally at the 19:34 mark. The home team tallied
Greenwich Time / Posted 25 days ago
tied it at 1-1 on Greta Baker’s tally at the 19:34 mark. The home team tallied again with 6:28 left to take a 2-1 advantage, but Katie Keller scored the equalizer for the Tigers with just 1:26 to go in regulation. Her goal was set up by a... Read more
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Eureka Times-Standard
South Fork football tops Laytonville for first-ever North Central III League winway to a 56-38 win over the visiting Warriors on Friday night. “I like it a lo
Eureka Times-Standard / Posted 28 days ago
way to a 56-38 win over the visiting Warriors on Friday night. “I like it a lot, personally,” South Fork quarterback CJ Van Meter said in regard to the switch to eight-man football. “Our receivers have more space on the edges, we’re able to get... Read more

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