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Especial para El SentinelHorrible Bosses*** Si el lector pertenece a esa amplia categoría de mortales que odia tanto a su jefe que alguna vez ha soñado con mandarlo al mismísimo infierno, podrá hacer realidad sus sueños viendo Horrible Bosses. Si por el contrario, usted está en...
APAmy Winehouse sintentizó su carrera en una sola canción como muy pocos artistas lo han logrado. "Trataron de hacer que fuera a rehabilitación", cantó Winehouse en su exitoso tema del 2006, "Rehab". "Les dije, 'no, no, no"'. En ocasiones dijo que sí,...
Tags: Foreign Aid, Dido, Bars and Clubs, Politics, Demi Moore
As we see the dozen or so times Ed Reed gets his hands on the football each fall, the Ravens safety is a tough guy to track down. But my Baltimore Sun colleague Jamison Hensley was able to do it Wednesday at Reed's youth football camp at Franklin High...
Tags: Foreign Aid, High School Sports, Rex Ryan, Politics, Ed Reed
Rosario Dawson ha ganado fama en Hollywood por encarnar seres marginales en historias hiperrealistas. Desde que debutó en el cine a los 15 años, la actriz quedó atrapada en las turbulentas aguas del drama. No obstante, no pierde oportunidad cuando le...
Tags: Foreign Aid, Nick Nolte, Cher, Politics, Adam Sandler
BEIRUT (AP) -- Tens of thousands of Syrian protesters shouted for President Bashar Assad's death Friday in a dramatic escalation of their rage and frustration, defying bullets and rooftop snipers after more than a week of intensified military assaults...
WASHINGTON -- Betsy Blades has been curious about Cuba ever since 1959 when she was 15 years old and watched news clips of Fidel Castro’s revolution. The retired social worker from Baltimore, now 68, will seize a chance to visit the forbidden...
Whoever heard of June Gloom in August? Most of the television weather people were chattering last week about the cloudy mornings, calling the weather some kind of phenomenon. Of course by the time you read this column, the clouds will be gone and it will...
Channel 2 NewsA controversial glass of milk sits on the countertop of Galen Yoder’s kitchen at the Byers Farm in Point MacKenzie -- sweet, creamy, frothy and snow-white. The milk is raw and unpasteurized, and it comes directly from the cows browsing grass in...
Tags: Human Interest, Alaska, Politics, Farms, Consumers
Charlevoix County officials responded to the Petoskey News-Review’s Freedom of Information lawsuit and for the most part denied the newspaper’s allegations. The newspaper filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Aug. 2, under the Michigan Freedom of...
Clout StreetAbout a dozen state lawmakers are headed for Cuba next week for a trip they hope will boost Illinois exports. The six-day tour is being led by Rep. Jack Franks, D-Marengo, and Rep. Dan Burke, D-Chicago. They said no taxpayer dollars will be spent on...
Tags: George W. Bush, Laws, Foreign Aid, Chicago, Bill Clinton
The following post is sponsored by Glass Houses Inc., which reminds all customers to refrain from throwing stones. That includes you, Dennis Thomas. Commissioner of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and a former athletic director at Hampton...
MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) — With the lockout of about 1,300 American Crystal Sugar Co. workers entering its second month and no negotiations in sight, the company is ready to start the harvest season with inexperienced replacement workers. Company...
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