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The Hartford CourantA Jewish man who recently bought a document purported to be an infamous Nazi's journal lost more than 100 close relatives in the death camps, "including dozens who saw Dr. Josef Mengele in action at Auschwitz," said Rabbi Marvin Hier of the Simon...
Tags: Massacres, Judaism, Auction Service, Marvin Hier, Family
Daily PressD.J. Parker and Matt Wright danced like children at the 20-yard line. Linebacker Maurice Boone couldn't stop crying. Nearly four months after beginning its quest to defend its Division 5 title in football, Phoebus High got a chance to celebrate again...
Daily PressIt didn't take Phoebus High coach Bill Dee long to trot out the now-familiar challenge to next year's football team. "Seniors, we're going to miss you," he said. "For the guys coming back, we're going right back to work in January. The bar's up there...
Tags: Sports, Virginia Tech, Bill Dee, Football
Orlando Arts BlogReminder: To introduce its new home, the Northland Performing Arts Center, the Festival of Orchestras will offer a free piano concert, and tour of the venue this Wednesday, July 28, at 6 pm. As part of the evening, Festival executive direc...
FOX 17 NewsSeveral hundred new jobs are coming to Kentwood, according to details coming out today from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and ConAgra Foods. The MEDC is announcing a tax credit valued at $1.1 million over five years that helped...
Pop & HissIt’s difficult to argue against the merits of extended vacation. Especially if you’re Shlohmo, aka Henry Laufer, the 20-year-old beat wunderkind who created “Shlomoshun Deluxe” last summer on a four-month break from San Francisco’s California...
During his misspent youth, John Waters often joked that his future lay behind barbed wire and guard towers. "I used to say that I was going to end up in prison making license plates," he says. "Little did I know." Little did Waters know that he, the...
Sun staffPERFORMER OF THE YEAR Theresa Lewis, Western For the second straight winter, Lewis demonstrated why she is the country's preeminent hurdler. A year removed from leading the nation with the fastest time in the 55-meter hurdles, the senior did it again...
Tags: Baptist, Virginia Tech, Athletes, Christianity, Students
Jai Michaels-Hauptmann of Los Angeles was on a monthlong driving trip last winter through Italy, Germany, Lichtenstein and Switzerland when this scene mesmerized her. Her husband, 15-year-old son and she were traveling through Switzerland, on the way from...
While in India in January 2004, Travis Pierson, of Los Angeles, came upon an outdoor brick factory in the village of Ramchandrapur. The men molded bricks from mud, and the women carried them to an oven. Using his Canon EOS Elan 7e, Pierson shot this...
Tags: India, Los Angeles
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