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The Hartford CourantRobert Jacob had a successful career in business, but poetry was his passion and true calling. He wrote verse constantly, hosted poets at a country inn he owned and knew thousands of poems. Perhaps most important to him were the poems he read to...
ACC All Access: Defensive tackle Chris Brathwaite leads "humbling" life while suspended from VirginiaStanding on a sideline in Scott Stadium last Saturday in a long gray winter coat, it would’ve been easy to mistake Chris Brathwaite with just another spring football practice onlooker. This particular spring, that’s exactly what he is. He&...
C. Everett Koop, who raised the profile of the surgeon general by riveting America's attention on the then-emerging disease known as AIDS and by railing against smoking, has died in New Hampshire at age 96. An assistant at Koop's Dartmouth institute,...
When “12 O’Clock Boys” director Lotfy Nathan brought his film to this month’s South by Southwest film festival, one of his main goals was to find distribution for the documentary. Nathan didn’t have to wait long, as...
Although children are taught that slavery was abolished by the 13th Amendment in 1865, the vestiges of slavery still affect Americans today. That was what Dr. Seanna Kay-Denham, a child psychiatrist at the Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, N.Y....
Tags: Social Issues, Slavery
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown woman was sentenced Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court to five years in state prison for allowing her home to be used to distribute illegal drugs. Sharday Marie Powell, 21, formerly of 916 Summit Ave., Apt. F1, pleaded guilty to...
Tags: Heroin, Substance Abuse, Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Prisons
MTV’s Video Music Awards is packing up from Los Angeles and headed to the East Coast. The always irreverant video fete is returning to New York City for the first time since 2009 for the ceremony that turns 30 this year (yes, you are as old as you...
Maybe he came here for the sunshine: Stephen Bokor of Astoria, Ore., won the main event last week at the Isle Casino and Racing's Battles at the Beach. He took home more than $155K, outlasing a field that included many of South Florida's top players....
email@example.comJustin Warner might be "The Next Food Network Star," but he wants his viewers to know he hasn't forgotten his Hagerstown roots. Even the title of his new show, "Rebel Eats," which premieres Saturday, March 30, is a wink to the mascot of his alma mater,...
WASHINGTON — A Somali suspect who was captured at sea two years ago and interrogated aboard a U.S. warship has pleaded guilty to aiding terrorist groups Al Shabaab and Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, federal prosecutors said, a success for the...
Like every other form of art, operas can be inspired by just about anything — historical events, myths, epic poems, plays, even movies. Often, such operas go on to eclipse their inspiration. Puccini's "Tosca," derived from a play by Victorien...
Brevard RUTH MURRAY, 95, Melbourne, died Monday. Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society, Winter Park. Lake MARVIN ROBERT CASADAY, 91, Eustis, died Saturday. Harden/Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. RAYMOND L. DONNER, 90, Leesburg, died Thursday. Steverson,...
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