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  • 'Flowers for Algernon' author Daniel Keyes dies at 86

    Daniel Keyes, the author of "Flowers for Algernon," died Tuesday in Florida, the New York Times has reported, from complications from pneumonia. He was 86. The Brooklyn-born writer published his most famous work first as a novella, which won the Hugo...
  • Daniel Keyes, author of 1966 novel 'Flowers for Algernon,' dies at 86

    Daniel Keyes, author of 1966 novel 'Flowers for Algernon,' dies at 86
    Daniel Keyes, whose fascination with the workings of the mind drove a writing career that produced the classic 1966 novel "Flowers for Algernon," died Sunday at his South Florida home from complications of pneumonia, his family said. He was 86. "Flowers...
  • Star Track: Emily Wylam

    Star Track: Emily Wylam
    Emily Wylam, a Grafton High graduate, recently was named the head men's and women's swimming and diving coach at the University of Rochester (N.Y.). She was hired after spending four seasons as an assistant at Case Western Reserve, a top-notch...
  • Inside the BRD: Lafayette RB Jahlil Green gets scholarship offer from Ohio University

    Lafayette High running back Jahlil Green has received his sixth Division I football scholarship offer and his second from a Football Bowl Subdivision school. Green said Wednesday that he was offered by Ohio University, just two days after receiving an...
  • Bay Rivers District football recruits in high demand with Division I schools

    Bay Rivers District football recruits in high demand with Division I schools
    Poquoson High’s 2010 state title and Bruton’s ’09 near-miss aside, Bay Rivers District football has been known more in recent years for a wealth of good teams but few superpowers. That depth is showing up increasingly on the college...
  • Recent UConn Graduates' App Matches Partiers, Sober Drivers

    Recent UConn Graduates' App Matches Partiers, Sober Drivers
    When Sobrio's co-founders gave their business pitch at Connecticut's Innovation Summit a year ago, they were a bit intimidated. After all, Tom Bachant and Nadav Ullman were both undergraduates at the University of Connecticut. Sobrio, which uses a...
  • Julie Harris' Last Performance On Stage At Monomoy Theater On Cape Cod

    Julie Harris' Last Performance On Stage At Monomoy Theater On Cape Cod
    From my 2008 piece.:    It started with Alan Rust casually saying to his friend Julie Harris, "I was going to ask you if you'd like to do 'The Effect of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds,' but I didn't have the heart to ask you to play...
  • College-educated workers are taking jobs that don't require degrees

    College-educated workers are taking jobs that don't require degrees
    In a packed pub in midtown Manhattan, Ryan Flagherty is surrounded on three sides by people clamoring for his attention. He spins one way and pours a shot of vodka into a glass, then turns around and wedges a lime into a bottle of Corona, pushing it...
  • FAMU names Sylvester Young as new marching band director

    FAMU names Sylvester Young as new marching band director
    Sylvester Young, a former music professor at Ohio University, has been selected as FAMU's new marching band director. Officials at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee announced early last month that they were interviewing two people for the job of...
  • Fossil finds hint at when apes and monkeys went separate ways

    Fossil finds hint at when apes and monkeys went separate ways
    Scientists have added two species of ape and monkey to the evolutionary tree, filling in a 10-million-year gap in the fossil record from a period when apes and Old World monkeys diverged. Fossil specimens of jaws and teeth, collected by Ohio...
  • Champions slam FAMU's priorities, hiring of new band director

    Champions slam FAMU's priorities, hiring of new band director
    The parents of the FAMU drum major who was hazed to death said Tuesday that the university "needs to get its priorities straight" before the famous marching band can perform again. In an interview with the Orlando Sentinel, Robert and Pamela Champion...