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The Philadelphia InquirerBarbara Chase-Riboud, the internationally acclaimed sculptor, poet, and author who lives and works in Paris and Rome, was back this weekend where it all began -- Philadelphia. Chase-Riboud was here to help mark the 40th anniversary of the Brandywine...
Wendy Greuel's resume is dotted with the political accomplishments of a politician on the rise. But there was an unconventional detour: her stint as an executive at DreamWorks SKG, working alongside Hollywood titans Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg...
The Day, New London, Conn.Amistad America, owner of the famed replica of the 19th-century schooner that brought captive Africans to Connecticut, will continue to receive about $360,000 a year from the state as long as it re-establishes its tax-exempt status, legislators said...
Valley Morning Star, Harlingen, TexasCities in Willacy County also received a short-term respite from the prospect of buying expensive "push water" to get their municipal water deliveries through the beleaguered Delta Lake Irrigation District canal system. But Raymondville City Manager...
Tags: Mexico, Water Supply
The Day, New London, Conn.A recent expose by Day news columnist David Collins raises numerous disconcerting questions about the state's relationship with the organization responsible for managing the Amistad. It also raises the larger issue of how well the state monitors the...
SOUTH BEND -- The University of Notre Dame will partner with several local organizations to host the second annual Innovative-Thinkers Camp, a two-week summer experience designed for youths in grades seven through nine. The camp will run from 9 a.m....
The Brownsville Herald, TexasBrownsville bantamweight Sergio "Time to Shine" Perales knows what it is like to go out of the country to fight. In August and September of 2011, he was in Mexico City to fight three times in a bantamweight elimination tournament. He was the only...
Tags: England, Mexico City, Mexico, Brownsville
The Monitor, McAllen, TexasHidalgo County governments are working to build uniform plans to conserve more water now and expand future availability. County and city officials met Thursday to discuss the lingering drought and identify ways they can work together. Oscar Montoya, the...
FarmingtonOn Saturday, May 11, Campbell Soup Company will join forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) to help Stamp Out Hunger in Farmington and Unionville. Now in its 21st year, the annual food drive has grown from a regional to a...
South Bend TribuneI’ve always believed we have some of the nation’s best fishing at our doorstep and Bassmaster Magazine agrees. The 500,000-circulation periodical listed the nation’s best bass fishing lakes and six of those lie within 3½ hours of South...
HartfordIn conjunction with Question Bridge: Black Males, the critically acclaimed multi-platform video project that explores Black male identity, The Amistad Center for Art and Culture and Hartford's Wilson-Gray YMCA Youth and Family Center are presenting...
MadisonPlease join us on Sunday, June 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Surf Club for the Madison A Better Chance Annual Meeting. This is a great opportunity to meet and greet our scholars, find out about this wonderful program and hear how Madison ABC affects our entire...
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