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MANCHESTER, Tenn. (AP) — Officials say a second person has died after attending the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. Coffee County Sheriff Stephen M. Graves said Monday 24-year-old Christopher William Yoder of Raleigh, N.C.,...
Tags: Tennessee, Health, Bonnaroo, Hyperthermia, Arts and Culture
DETROIT (AP) — A federal court says it was illegal to bar a Christian evangelist from passing leaflets inside an Arab-American street festival in Dearborn last year. The appeals court ruled 2-1 Thursday in the case of George Saieg (SAYG) of...
Tags: Local Government, Politics, Arts and Culture, Anaheim
SOUTH BEND – The kudos for the Notre Dame football recruiting class of 2011 keep rolling in or -- in this case – Parading in. Two of the early-enrolled ND freshmen and one who will join them in July have been named to the Parade All-America...
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Police in Topeka, Kan., say one holdup suspect's unique outfit made it easy enough to find her — because she showed up hours later wearing the same clothes to watch the city's St. Patrick's Day Parade. Radio station WIBW-...
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A man accused of trying to bomb a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Spokane was an avid poster on a white supremacist Internet forum, where he referenced bomb-making and alluded to attacking anti-racist demonstrators, a...
Tags: Human Interest, Glenn Miller, Crimes, Bombings, Lawyers
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A 10-day festival of laughter is ready to kick off in western Michigan. "Gilda's LaughFest" opens Thursday in Grand Rapids. Headliners at the event created by Gilda's Club Grand Rapids in celebration of its 10th...
GRANGER — Bourbon Street had nothing on Discovery Middle School. On Saturday, the famous New Orleans street that has become synonymous with Mardi Gras seemed to take up residence inside the red brick school. There were beads. There was food....
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The party is still going and won't stop until midnight in New Orleans. It's Mardi Gras. Bourbon Street is packed with revelers and more are lining up across the city for the parades that begin when the sun rises and go until the...
Tags: Weather, Lent, Arts and Culture, Weather Reports, Mardi Gras
KOCHI, India (AP) — One of India's most popular Hindu festivals has been marred by a stampede of pilgrims that killed at least 102 people and injured 44 others. Officials say the stampede was set off Friday night when a group of pilgrims in a jeep...
Tags: Health, Hinduism, Injuries and Wounds, Arts and Culture, India
FERNDALE, Mich. (AP) — An annual gay pride festival is moving to downtown Detroit after a 10-year run in an adjacent northern suburb. Organizers say the move from Ferndale to Hart Plaza will allow the June 4-5 Motor City Pride festival to draw a...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Minority Groups
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese animal activists say a now-famous magic trick that showed goldfish swimming in sync for the Lunar New Year is abusive and are asking the state broadcaster not to show it again. Hundreds of millions of people watched the...
Tags: China, Arts and Culture
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Authorities in central North Carolina say a worker has died and another was critically injured after they fell while dismantling a Ferris wheel at the close of a six-day carnival. Investigators were called to the scene in...
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