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As part of a senior project, Sydney Anderson, a 2011 Concord Academy Petoskey graduate, wanted to write a play that had a horror theme, but would still be able to be performed at the school. So Anderson, now a freshman at the University of Missouri,...
.—I'm in mourning. Not the kind that involves grief counseling or a call to the local funeral home. I'm mourning the loss of my football team, the Baltimore Ravens, in gut-wrenching fashion to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game....
There will be a time, many times actually, when a friend, co-worker or casual acquaintance will face the death of a loved one. There will be mourning. There may be a visitation or memorial service, perhaps reflecting religious, family, cultural and...
It's 7 p.m. on Aug. 22, 2011. A thunderstorm is passing through Tallahassee as 350 members of the Florida A&M University Marching 100 assemble for the first time inside the school's cavernous band-rehearsal hall. The students are seated in a semicircle...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBOYLE HEIGHTS, Calif. -- The ashes of more than 1,600 people who have never been identified or whose bodies were never claimed were buried Wednesday morning in a simple ceremony that has become a poignant custom in Los Angeles each December. The ashes...
Fox59.comChange doesn't come easy to many. To some it doesn't come at all. The way things are and the way someone is often doesn't differentiate from one era of someones life to another, from one place to another. Traditions, you see, die hard among those...
News 7 Anchor/ReporterSix Five fraternity members charged with the hazing death of a college student accepted guilty pleas Friday. (3:39 p.m. This corrects a previous version. One member, Ryan Lawson, had his case continued for twelve months.)* All six were got two-year...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn Christmas Eve 2004, Bailey Bauer, a 7-year-old girl from Mina, died. Her parents, Bryan and Stacy Bauer, were grief stricken, but their faith and what occurred at the hospital that Christmas Eve changed them, they said. Bailey had been sick with a...
Doctors in America are harboring an embarrassing secret: Many of them are going broke. This quiet reality, which is spreading nationwide, is claiming a wide range of casualties, including family physicians, cardiologists and oncologists. Industry...
Show TrackerHoliday movies, specials and very special holiday episodes of your favorite series fill the TV screens between now and Christmas Day. Here are many of the highlights. “Glee” 8 p.m., Tuesday, Fox. Extraordinary Merry Christmas: The glee club...
Nation NowFor the third year in a row, the “Poe Toaster,” who annually marked the birth of Edgar Allan Poe by leaving cognac and three roses on his grave, failed to make to the nocturnal trip....
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