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staff writer, @damichellegRuth Baer's mother taught her about the joys of giving back. When Baer and her parents lived in Ohio, the family would buy extra presents for Christmas and leave them for the less fortunate. The family continued the tradition when Baer and her mother...
David Morrissey has cast a wide shadow over "The Walking Dead" in its third season as the much anticipated villainous leader known as the Governor. While the character is a sinister presence with a black eye patch and a closet full of zombie heads,...
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Take your corn dogs and funnel cakes and have at it. If that’s what floats your boat about the annual California Mid-Winter Fair & Fiesta, more power to you. You’re not alone. But there are several hundred dedicated youths, parents and...
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Operation Christmas Child will hold a celebration concert from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at the Orange County Convention Center. Tickets are $15 in advance and $25 at the door for the concert featuring Michael W. Smith, Matthew West, Ricky...
On one of the cold, snowy days of winter when I was pleased to be able to spend the remainder of my day inside after doing some shoveling and snow blowing of an additional four inches of new fallen snow, I found inspiration for writing this story. My...
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VATICAN CITY -- Roman Catholic cardinals opened talks Monday at the Vatican on choosing a successor to Pope Benedict XVI but made no headway on deciding when they will shut themselves into the Sistine Chapel to start voting for the new pontiff. The...
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L.A. NOWResponding to protests over his attendance at the conclave in Rome to elect a new pope, Cardinal Roger Mahony told Catholic News Service this week that the Vatican told him to come to Rome and participate....
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn 2011, murder mystery author Lauren Carr gave a presentation on writing and independent publishing to a packed audience at Williamsport Library. One attendee, Fay Moore of Williamsport, collected names and contact information of people interested in...
L.A. NOWAs the union representing L.A. Dept. of Water and Power employees plowed hundreds of thousands of dollars into their independent effort to elect Wendy Greuel mayor, contender Eric Garcetti alleged Friday that the union was trying to buy Tuesday’s...
Here's the best in festivals, bar discounts and beer dinners for the next two weeks. BROWARD March events at WOB: If you're a firefighter or a police officer, head to World of Beer from 3 to 6 p.m. tonight for half-off Irish drafts. World of Beer...
Daily American Staff WriterRuth Baer's mother taught her about the joys of giving back. When Baer and her parents lived in Ohio, the family would buy extra presents for Christmas and leave them for the less fortunate. The family continued the tradition when Baer and her mother...
SAN DIEGO — Devout opera companies caring to connect with Holy Week easily can. Along with the obvious choice of Wagner's "Parsifal," contemporary composers such as Harrison Birtwistle ("The Last Supper") and John Adams ("The Gospel According to the...
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