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firstname.lastname@example.orgLuke Badley was 6 years old riding along with his family when he noticed the long fenced bridge spanning across I-70 and asked his dad what it was. It was the Appalachian Trail overpass that hikers use to cross the busy highway. Badley’s father...
email@example.comSt. Maria Goretti outdoor track and cross country coach Mike Spinnler took the podium at Tuesday’s 32nd True Grit Awards banquet like a minister in front of his congregation. The keynote speaker of the awards spoke of 2011 keynote speaker Susan...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeventeen teams matched wits Sunday in a competition that put their trivia skills to the test while helping to promote literacy in the Eastern Panhandle. The 16th annual Brain Games, a fundraiser for Literacy Volunteers of the Eastern Panhandle, was...
Tags: Jeopardy!, Arts and Culture, Libraries
The administration at Broadfording Christian Academy recognizes that children are not all the same, and for some children to reach their full potential, their unique needs, abilities and learning styles need to be identified and nurtured in the learning...
email@example.comWho was the only U.S. president born in New Hampshire? That question and 99 others pitted 24 teams against each other Sunday in the 15th annual Brain Games benefiting Literacy Volunteers of the Eastern Panhandle. Knowing that Franklin Pierce, the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA trip to Honduras reminded 16-year-old Andrew Jacob Atwell to be more appreciative of his "stuff." In January, Andrew — or AJ, as his family calls him — went on an 11-day missionary trip to El Progresso, Honduras, to help build a home for...
The Hartford CourantThe Sunken Garden Poetry Festival continues on Wednesday, June 26, on the grounds of the Hill-Stead Museum, 35 Mountain Road, Farmington. Philip Schultz, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and founder/director of The Writers Studio, which teaches fiction and...
Patricia E. Sadowski, a retired Baltimore County public schools reading specialist and music lover, died Sunday from congestive heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Oak Crest Village resident was 76. "Pat worked with children who were...
About a year ago, actor-author-producer Paul Reiser decided to return to standup comedy. He hadn’t really done the whole comedy-club tour thing in about 20 years. “People said, ‘Hey, it’s like riding a bike … ’...
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Buffy St. Marie Thurs., June 13, Infiinity Music Hall, 20 Greenwoods Road West, Norfolk, (866) 666-6306, infinityhall.com In his memoir, Bob Dylan says he resisted the label of “protest singer” at a certain point in his career. “...
The Hartford CourantJeannette Walls, the journalist whose 2009 memoir "The Glass Castle," about growing up poor with brilliant but neglectful parents, has been a New York Times bestseller for five years, has written her first novel, "The Silver Star" (Scribner, $26). It's...
The Hartford CourantTwo Pulitzer Prize winners. A former U.S. poet laureate. President Obama's 2013 Inaugural poet. A "poet of witness" who champions human rights. This year's Sunken Garden Poetry Prize-winner, and students whose "fresh voices" have enlivened state poetry...
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