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Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekState Sen. Tony Williams ... ... of Philadelphia has been elected the new Senate Democratic Whip, replacing the late Michael O'Pake of Berks County, who died last month. Williams, 53, was elected to the Senate in 1998 after serving five......
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekFrom Our Friends At The Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA _ A state senator who had mulled a possible challenge to Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in May's Democratic primary has decided not to run. Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams said in a statement......
In jazz, this is the era of the drummer. On a scene largely defined by the proliferation of creatively ambitious trap set experts, every year seems to bring a new crop of gifted rhythmic explorers. While steeped in jazz history, many of these musicians...
Tags: Joni Mitchell, John Coltrane, Gospel (genre), Bob Dylan, Fencing
Fox59"Moose," a 5-year-old lab ranked 19th in the world for a contest called "Dock Diving" got out of his kennel in Spiceland, Indiana Monday and ended up in the wrong hands. The catch on his kennel froze and contracted making it easy for him to get out....
Beneath Joby Rogers' senior class photo in the New Britain High School yearbook for 1985, he lists his dream of becoming a successful singer and dancer as a career goal. Twenty-five years later, transformed by makeup and elaborate costumes, Rogers...
Culture MonsterAug. 29, 2005: Hurricane Katrina roars through New Orleans, engulfing 80% of the city. But in “Blood and Thunder,” Terence Anthony’s tense drama now extending at Moving Arts in Silverlake, blood is deadlier than water. Marcus (Keith Arthur Bolden)...
Hank Jones, whose extraordinary combination of versatility, craftsmanship and creativity during his nearly eight-decade career earned him the reputation as a jazz pianist's pianist, has died. He was 91. Jones died Sunday at Calvary Hospital in New York...
Freddie Hubbard, widely regarded as the most gifted jazz trumpeter of the post-bebop '60s and '70s, died Monday at Sherman Oaks Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 70. The cause of death was attributed to complications from a heart attack he suffered Nov....
Tags: John Coltrane, New York City, Sherman Oaks, Quincy Jones, Death
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Freddie Hubbard, the Grammy-winning jazz musician whose blazing virtuosity influenced a generation of trumpet players and who collaborated with such greats as Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins, died Monday, a month...
Tags: John Coltrane, Quincy Jones, Death, Miles Davis, Health
Sun reporterFifteen weeks into the season, a familiar chill descended on PSINet Stadium.Barricading the end zone with three interceptions inside their 20-yard line, the Ravens rode a once-again defiant defense yesterday to freeze out the ragged Cincinnati Bengals,...
Sun StaffOn a warm July night, an African-American teenager with a ready smile and plans for the future lay dying on the side of a Pasadena road after a beating, allegedly by six young white men. To some, including many black residents of Anne Arundel County, the...
Tags: Juvenile Delinquency, Crimes, Death, Neck, Family
Washington BureauIn announcing steps that would make Reagan National Airport the nation's most secure airport, President Bush said Tuesday that the federal government will allow the facility to reopen in phases this week. It has been closed since the Sept. 11 terrorist...
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