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The front of their red and white shirts bore a poignant statement: “We are Martin’s firefighters.” On the back of the shirt, the name “Richard” appeared above the number "8." This was the number Martin Richard, the youngest...
DALLAS — Jonathan Bernier played goal Sunday with a heavy heart, still grieving the recent death of his maternal grandmother, Georgette St-Gelais. "It's never an easy time to go through," said Bernier, who missed the Kings' trip to the White...
Alan Pedersen, award-winning songwriter and bereaved father, will bring his "Angels Across the USA Tour" to Northern Michigan with a 7 p.m. performance on Monday, April 15, at the Hospice of Little Traverse Bay Community Grief and Loss Center, 1 Hiland...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGThe enthusiastic applause that greeted the Marie Chouinard Dance Company’s disarmingly primal “Rite of Spring” at Lafayette College Wednesday evening was in marked contrast to the jeers and catcalls that reportedly greeted the Paris...
Sixth-graders from West Middle School in Carroll County scoured the Bear Branch stream one recent morning in search of aquatic life in the dead of winter. Nathan Grella said the contents of his bucket did not appear promising. "We just got leaves and...
He was speaking only for his weary and rumpled self, speaking in the singular, sorrowful tones of someone who just lost a boss and friend of more than three decades. But, in one poignant moment while publicly mourning the death of Lakers owner Jerry...
Michelle Ross of Oklahoma City never followed the playing career of Erik Kramer, who was the Bears' quarterback in the mid-1990s. "I am not much of a sports person," she said. But after coming across a Tribune story about Kramer's late son, Griffen,...
Three members of a Broward County family of fortune tellers – accused of being part of a $25 million fraud – pleaded guilty to federal charges on Friday, admitting they ripped off vulnerable customers to the tune of more than $200,000. Rosie...
UC Irvine's dance production based on "The Rite of Spring" may jolt the audience in places, but it won't have nearly the impact that the original did in 1913. And there are several people to blame for that. Lenny Bruce. Hugh Hefner. The Sex Pistols....
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Leta Dunham got her breakfast order to go at a Roland Avenue Starbucks Wednesday morning: a grande triple skim latte in her cup and, on her forehead, an ashen reminder that we are all destined to become dust. Dunham was among Ash Wednesday observers who...
When the Joffrey Ballet debuted its reconstructed "The Rite of Spring" in Los Angeles in fall 1987, it received a seismic welcome — a 5.9 on the Richter scale, to be exact. The morning after "Rite's" opening at the Music Center, a major earthquake...
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L.A. NOWPublic health officials said there is no shortage of the flu vaccine anywhere in California, despite anecdotal reports of people having a difficult time finding a place to get the shot....
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