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  • NBC's 'The Sound of Music Live!' set for do-re-mi with no do-overs

     NBC's 'The Sound of Music Live!' set for do-re-mi with no do-overs
    NEW YORK — Few people would mistake the Long Island commuter town of Bethpage (elevation: 105 feet) for the Austrian Alps. But on a vast soundstage in an anonymous industrial park about 45 minutes from Manhattan sits a gently sloping, man-made...
  • Girls' Soccer: Brown does plenty for CdM

    Girls' Soccer: Brown does plenty for CdM
    Missing two of its top three goal scorers for Tuesday night's Pacific Coast League clash with Beckman, the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team was a bit short-handed. The Sea Kings already rely plenty on set pieces for their goals, but that seemed to...
  • Heat champ Ray Allen loves life in Miami

    Heat champ Ray Allen loves life in Miami
    Miami Heat guard Ray Allen and his wife, Shannon, love living in South Florida, especially during the winter months. "Just being able to get a cabana at the W Hotel and sit back with my family during the middle of the season is wonderful," the two-...
  • Cruise ship back home in N.J.: Tales of quarantine after 684 fell ill

    Cruise ship back home in N.J.: Tales of quarantine after 684 fell ill
    BAYONNE, N.J. -- At first he thought it was the fish. Maurice Weizmann, a Montreal businessman on a Royal Caribbean cruise with his wife, started vomiting on the second night of the 10-day voyage after eating dinner and watching a show on the ship...
  • Flu deaths in California reach 147 this season

    Flu deaths in California reach 147 this season
    State health officials reported Friday that flu deaths in California have reached 147 this flu season, with an additional 44 deaths under investigation as likely flu-related. Four of the confirmed deaths were of children. Seventeen deaths occurred in...
  • California flu deaths for those under 65 running far ahead of last year

    California flu deaths for those under 65 running far ahead of last year
    Influenza-related illness has killed 147 Californians under age 65 this season, including 17 people in Los Angeles County and one in Long Beach, state health officials have confirmed. The toll is unusually high: At the same point last year, only 14...
  • Daley taken to hospital after returning from business trip

    Daley taken to hospital after returning from business trip
    Former Mayor Richard M. Daley was undergoing tests Saturday in the intensive-care unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital after falling ill on a business trip to Arizona, according to representatives of the former mayor. Daley, 71, felt ill Friday...
  • Egypt reports 16 swine flu deaths

    CAIRO – Sixteen people in Egypt have died from the H1N1 virus – commonly known as swine flu – since the start of the winter, the country's Ministry of Health said Monday. The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Kamel, was quoted by the daily...
  • Daley staying in intensive care

    Daley staying in intensive care
    Former mayor Richard M. Daley will stay at Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit at least through mid-week to undergo further testing after he fell ill Friday while on a business trip to Scottsdale, Ariz. Daley, 71, is alert and...
  • Libros de historia de EEUU al rescate de estudiantes hispanos en Palm Beach/VIDEO

    Libros de historia de EEUU al rescate de estudiantes hispanos en Palm Beach/VIDEO
    La Guerra de la Revolución norteamericana no tuvo un desenlace decoroso. De hecho podría considerarse como una de las burlas más colosales en la historia de los grandes conflictos mundiales. Derrotado, el líder de las fuerzas británicas, el teniente...
  • Lafayette hoping Hinrichs' return signals turnaround to its season

    Lafayette junior Seth Hinrichs gave a two-minute speech during last Thursday's public speaking class. It was to be a morale lesson. The morale of Hinrichs and his Lafayette men's basketball teammates was severely tested for the six weeks he was out of...