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  1. Who is Strictly Come Dancing's Helen George?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcBurton

    But rather than delivering babies, Helen really wanted to help deliver a great display of football as her childhood dream was to become the first female boss of Aston Villa. She was a regular at ballet lessons, becoming a junior associate at Birmingham Royal Ballet, but says that is more of a hindrance than a help on Strictly because the steps are so different.


  2. Wild Side Novels Announces the Release of Tulsa Author Bill...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 24-7 Press Release

    If you think America is prepared for a major disaster, think again. Yellowstone, the new Madrid Fault, a nuclear terrorist attack with a dirty bomb! Hurricane Katrina was nothing compared to these.


  3. Cleveland police officer faces charges for extortionRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood said in a news release Thursday 46-year-old Melvin Sparks turned himself in to the Bolivar County Sheriff's Office Wednesday following an indictment by a grand jury. Hood says the indictment alleges that Sparks, while on duty, accepted money from a citizen on the pretense of fixing a ticket.


  4. Lutherville resident named Maryland's Pediatrician of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 29 | Hometown Annapolis

    When Baltimore County's Local Management Board began data-mapping areas of low birth weight, one neighborhood got a red dot - an area of Essex known for its transient, low-income apartment-dwellers, teenage mothers, substance abuse and a lack of churches, grocery stores and community leadership. The rolling hills of central Baltimore County, on land that has been farmed since the 18th century, is not the place you'd expect to find an innovative art exhibit.


  5. Agency Advised Model to Get 'Down to the Bone' Before She Could Book GigsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 23 | Racked

    Aspiring model Rosie Nelson had a chance to be signed by one of the UK's most prominent modeling agencies, she writes on her petition. The agency, which goes unnamed in Nelson's petition, wanted to sign the model, but asked her to lose weight.


  6. Rochester pupil Raphael Janssens sings to millionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 18 | Kent Online

    The eyes - and ears - of the world were on 13-year-old Raphael Janssens as he sang at the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup. The King's Rochester pupil performed the opening solo of the rugby anthem, A World in Union, in front of a packed stadium at Twickenham and to millions of viewers watching across the world, before the tournament began tonight .


  7. Launch party at The Cluny for the DFDS Seaways North Sea Sounds mini cruiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 14 | Chronicle Live

    DJ Smoove, The Haggis Horns and Nick Pride and the Pimptones will take to the stage for this special Cluny launch night The DFDS Seaways North Sea Sounds mini cruise may not be happening until November, but you can celebrate it beforehand with a special launch night next month at The Cluny in Newcastle . DFDS Seaways and Jumpin' Hot Club have teamed up for a special launch show for the cruise on October 3 at the Cluny with Amy Winehouse's former band the Haggis Horns, Newcastle's funkiest outfit Nick Pride and the Pimptones and Smoove & Turrell DJ Smoove.


  8. Over a dozen organizations rewarded at Grant Award CeremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2015 | KATC-TV Lafayette

    The Junior League of Lafayette hands out awards to support qualifying nonprofit organizations who programs support the general well being of women and the healthy development of children. Nonprofit organizations are chosen based on the League's mission, which is promoting voluntarism and improving the the community through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.


  9. In Conversation: Faze ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 6 | XLR8R

    Dennis Kane is one half of the Siren duo and the man behind the Disques Sinthomme and Ghost Town labels. He's back to chew the fat with dance music's movers and shakers, with Robin and Simon Lee-better known as London's Faze Action -serving as this month's subjects.


  10. Hancock fair offers several new activitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2015 | Weirton Daily Times

    The Hancock County Oldtime Fair, coming as it does in mid-September, always marks the waning days of summer, when the kids are back in school, the days are shorter and the nights are cooler.


  11. North Sea Sounds cruise to set sail with Brand New Heavies and Craig CharlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2015 | Chronicle Live

    ... artists. With no fewer than 16 UK top 40s to their name, the Brand New Heavies are well-known throughout the UK as acid-jazz pioneers. Still touring consistently and releasing music, expect classics such as Midnight at the Oasis, You Are The ...


  12. The Family Tree(s) | Susan M. Story and Stanley Maltzman Pastel GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2015 | Artist's Magazine

    Susan M. Story 's light-filled pastels of woodland and field are richly textured and executed with great energy and verve. Her powerful drawing creates a sense of solid forms and intimates the weight of tree limbs, roots and dense undergrowth.


  13. Petts Wood's Incognito singer Tony Momrelle gears up for Hyde Park gig and solo albumRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2015 | News Shopper

    ... released his debut solo album Freetime (1999) and his second, Message in the Music (2009). He has been a member of acid-jazz band Incognito since the mid-2000s. This year, his touring with both Incognito and solo shows takes him all over the world ...


  14. Fashion and FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2015 | Border Counties Advertizer

    RUNNING clothing store in Oswestry has teamed up with the local Conservative Party branch to host a fundraising food and fashion show. Majors, on Church Street, will exhibit a range of its men's and women's clothing at the one-off event at The Dining Rooms in Oswestry on Friday, September 25. The evening of entertainment will include a supper dish, as well as the show, with funds going to the Sierra Foundation for Life Skills and the North Shropshire Conservative Association.


  15. Sax star Derek takes some time off from Jools's band for jazz club gigRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2015 |

    IT'S time for the new season of The Jazz Mix to start, and it does with a toot next week with jazz funk outfit Protect the Beat coming to the monthly club held at the Cliffs Pavilion . It takes place on Thursday, August 27 in the Maritime Room, Protect the Beat being led by Jools Holland Rhythm and Blues Orchestra's saxophonist Derek Nash.


  16. Adams County Common Pleas ReportRead the original story

    Aug 13, 2015 | People's Defender

    State of Ohio vs. Deborah C. Dryden, Journal entry filed. Hearing on Defendant's motion to terminate lifetime suspension, by agreement the Defendant shall file a supplemental memorandum within 30 days and the state may respond within 30 days thereafter.


  17. Festival pulls every trick out of the bag for a top weekend of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2015 | This Is Grimsby

    MAGICAL RENDITION: Tubular Bells For Two is coming to the Freedom Festival in 2015 along with The Hoopelai Show, right. WITH only two years to go until Hull's year as City of Culture, the annual Freedom Festival looks set to be bigger than ever.


  18. Taking care of big game meatRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Ethical hunters not only make a clean kill, they don't waste what they kill. So that means taking care of the meat.


  19. The 28th Long Beach Jazz Festival to Feature Jeff Bradshaw & Friends, Chrisette Michele, and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2015 |

    For over 27 years, Rainbow Lagoon Park has been transformed into a musical arena of sounds performed by jazz greats that have traveled all over the world. In addition, the vendor's cuisine and upscale merchandise in the pavilion has always been guests' favorite area to parlay.


  20. Climbing For a CauseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2015 | CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV

    If you have never climbed a Fourteener, it may be time. Climbing for a Cause, Palooza at the Peak invites groups to climb and give to the charity, The Family Tree .