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  • Bradley goes for UCI

    Marcus Bradley moved to Corona del Mar High from Beaumont before his senior year to live with his grandparents. It looks like he will be staying around a bit longer. Bradley has signed a national letter of intent with the UC Irvine men's basketball...
  • Walk-ons fill their role and Maryland's roster

    Walk-ons fill their role and Maryland's roster
    They are an eclectic group, more typical of college students who find themselves living in the same dormitory than basketball players who wind up on the same Division I team. As they hung out together during Maryland's Media Day earlier this month at...
  • From The Archives, June 8: During Cup Finals, Jon Quick Turned Hamden Into An L.A. Kings Town

    HAMDEN - Loyalties are often divided in a community described by its own mayor as a strong hockey town.     Many Hamden hockey fans root for the New York Rangers and some cheer for the Boston Bruins. There are even a few drawn to the New Jersey Devils or...
  • Penn State to Hold 2 Day Conference on Child Sexual Abuse

    Penn State to Hold 2 Day Conference on Child Sexual Abuse
    This fall, Penn State will convene some of the nation’s top experts in child sexual abuse and child trauma research, prevention, and treatment for a public forum on this nationwide problem. The Child Sexual Abuse Conference: Traumatic Impact,...
  • Look for Thomas Gounley in the Boston Marathon — he'll be the one juggling

    Let's see, how to describe Thomas Gounley? Who, as a kid, taught himself to ride a unicycle for no apparent reason. Who, on a whim, decided to bike 1,350 miles from St. Louis to Yorktown. And who, in his latest bit of inspired madness, will run the Boston...
  • Peninsula Catholic grad joggles Boston Marathon in under 4 hours

    Despite unseasonably hot conditions in New England, Thomas Gounley met his goal in Monday's Boston Marathon. Gounley, a 2008 graduate of Peninsula Catholic and current senior at the University of New Hampshire, ran the Marathon in 3 hours, 52 minutes and...
  • Will Sarah Palin's 'Going Rogue' boost her political fortunes?

    Will Sarah Palin's 'Going Rogue' boost her political fortunes?
    You may not be able to judge a book by its cover, but you often can tell something from its title -- and Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue: An American Story," due out on Tuesday, front-loads expectations in ways most political books do not. ------------------...
  • Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, dies at 85

    Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, dies at 85
    Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, forerunner to the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art, died Dec. 4 at George Washington University Hospital of complications from a fall at his home last month. He was 85. When he...
  • Martin P. 'Marty' Knowlton dies at 88; co-founder of Elderhostel

    Martin P. "Marty" Knowlton, a world traveler who fought ageism by co-founding Elderhostel, a program that pioneered learning vacations for mature adults, has died. He was 88. Knowlton died Thursday of natural causes at a nursing home in Ventura, said...
  • PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer

    PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer
    Ernest D. Sillers Founder of Episcopal schools The Rev. Canon Ernest D. Sillers, 99, who founded several Episcopal schools and St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in San Juan Capistrano, died of natural causes Oct. 15 at Saddleback Memorial Hospital in...
  • Giuliani is slammed twice on Sept. 11 issues

    Rudolph W. Giuliani's image as 9/11 mayor took a double hit Monday as he lost a key endorsement from the Sept. 11 commission chair to a rival, and New York firefighters and families of victims of the terrorist attacks took their campaign against him to...