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Glendale schools to take April 24 off
Glendale News-Press Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Business News May 17, 2013 Friday Glendale schools to take April 24 off by: Brittany Levine, Glendale News-Press, Calif.
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Lim Kit Siang
Let 526 DAP Gelang Patah victory thanksgiving dinner be a historic...
Let 526 DAP Gelang Patah victory thanksgiving dinner be a historic "first step in thousand-miles journey" to realize Malaysian Dream by creating a Malaysian Dream Movement for all Malaysians The Battle of Gelang Patah was the opening shot of the Battle of the Malaysian Dream to unite Malaysians regardless of race, religion or region in a common ... (more)
7 hrs ago
Ball State alum fiddling for Shania Twain
How did violinist Jason Mowery go from fiddling in small town shows in Indiana to performing nightly in Las Vegas with Shania Twain, one of the top-selling female country artists of all time? Before the former Fort Wayne resident performed for thousands in 18 countries on five continents, before playing the Grand Ole Opry, and even before the ... (more)
Sat May 18, 2013
Charleston Police praised for support of veterans
Charleston police officers Cpl. Jeff Setser and Sgt. Nick Null were both called to active duty in Iraq while working for the city.
Archbishop Brunett reflects on his time in Oakland
"I found Oakland to be the biggest surprise of my life," said the Most Rev. Alex J. Brunett, who since Oct.
They saw each other for only two or three months in 1975. But Hoan and Len Nguyen and their extended family never stopped thinking about Jack and Annette Briggs.
Sonic rolling over to Nintendo
Sonic the Hedgehog has remained a presence in pop culture, even appearing in the 2011 Thanksgiving Day parade in New York.
Food Feedback Friday: midnight snack edition
The daily grind got the best of me this week, so Food Feedback Friday is getting up rather latea just in time for your midnight snack.
Limitations of Statistics on Measuring Risk
For any security project when we're trying to use risk to inform our software development, operational processes, the current state of available data is not particularly helpful.
Fri May 17, 2013
Mid Devon Star
Archbishop to bless married couples
The Archbishop of Westminster will bless more than 600 married couples to celebrate marriage as "an exclusive commitment and a life-long partnership between a man and a woman". The couples - who have almost 20,000 years of marriage between them - are all celebrating their 10th, 25th, 40th, 50th or 60th+ wedding anniversaries this year.
American will favor passengers without roller bags
One person was killed in a crash at Arlington Ave. and Brookville Road early Friday morning.
The American Reporter Vol. 19, No. 4,730
Put down your spatula and pop in a video of "What's Cooking?", an ode to Thanksgiving as prepared in the kitchens of Latina Mercedes Ruehl, African-American Alfre Woodard, Vietnamese Joan Chen and Jewish Lai= nie Kazan.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
Where to eat during Orlando Fringe
Hungry visitors have plenty of dining options at this year's Orlando Fringe Festival , two weeks of theatrical revelry continuing through May 28.
Brasch WordsA Turkey by Any Other Name is Still Governor of Alaska
Amid hundreds of spectators, most of them members of the media, the President makes a few cute comments, issues a pardon for the turkey and a "runner-up" , and then sends the turkeys off to a petting zoo or ranch, where they live about a year.
His secret: Taking a chance in the kitchen
SINCE HIS son was born two years ago, three generations of men in Ernest Young's family have had a standing Monday lunch date in his Northern Liberties kitchen.
Wed May 15, 2013
Letter: Recognition Day not an honor
Gov. Bobby Jindal proclaiming May 8 as Employee Recognition Day is like Americans proclaiming Thanksgiving as "Turkey Day."A In appreciation, both state employees and turkeys get the ax.
Tim's Cajun Kitchen brings taste of Louisiana to Huntsville
Madri Gras may be a distant memory as we begin to get ready for summer, but cajun food is available year around here in Huntsville.
Fallen soldier to be honored in Iron Mountain
But when Sergeant First Class James Priestap was deployed to Iraq, his friends and family would have to face the reality that he wasn't coming back.
Colorado Springs Independent
Yakitori Grill, Culpepper's, Il Vicino
My favorite memory of eating Boudin, a sausage that takes on a variety of forms internationally, is from an open-air market on the French side of St.
Tue May 14, 2013
Eastern Daily Press
Peacock play area revamp project to start in Holt
Holt town councillors were told at a the annual town meeting last night that Cumbria-based firm Playdale Playgrounds would start work on the Peacock play area this Thursday.