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Dr. Sydney G. McCalla - 2008
... first group of volunteers,
s in the Viva Mujer Program. The program continues to flourish today. Originally from Jamaica, WI, Dr. McCalla has become actively involved with groups providing free ...
Thursday, 24 December 2009
School promises the world
... services such as tutoring. Whittle says he is proud of Edison. "We
ed the charter school movement in America," he said in an interview. "Were we perfect? Absolutely not. In the world of
Sunday, 23 October 2011
Gay rights advocate Ettelbrick dies at 56
NEW YORK -- Attorney Paula Ettelbrick, a
ing advocate for gay rights, has died. According to the Stonewall Community Foundation, the 56-year-old Ettelbrick died of cancer on Friday in New York. ...
Monday, 10 October 2011
Brooklyn's Bushwick becomes world-class arts mecca
... son of Armenian refugees in Syria is
ing a special technique -- a counterpoint of art and music he's performed with cellist Yo-Yo Ma: Squeezing a tube of paint between thumb and forefinger, Mourad ...
Monday, 01 August 2011
Increased Focus on Pedestrian Safety around Transit Needed in Connecticut and Nassau County
Country's most-wanted deadbeat parent sentenced to prison, owes $1.2 million in child support
Teen Athletes Tend to Ignore Concussions
Use money to buy happier time
What of Obama's promise?
Kepler or not, we'll find life
How to help north Texas
Storm chasers catch Kan. twister
Jun 2, 2013 | 7:15pm
Belmont Stakes "Blue Ribbon Run for Prostate Cancer
Jun 5, 2013 | 1:00pm
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