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Shirley

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Beginnings: Brooklyn native Walter Shirley caught his first glimpse of the Suffolk County woodlands that would later bear his name during World War I. Shirley was an Army private assigned as a bugler at Camp Upton. One night Shirley snuck out of camp to explore only to get lost in the vast wilderness.
Photo: Cruising down the the Carmans River (in a yellow kayak), Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, Shirley. (Newsday / Bill Davis)
Beginnings: Brooklyn native Walter Shirley caught his first glimpse of the Suffolk County woodlands that would later bear his name during World War I. Shirley was an Army private assigned as a bugler at Camp Upton. One night Shirley snuck out of camp to explore only to get lost in the vast wilderness.
Photo: Cruising down the the Carmans River (in a yellow kayak), Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge, Shirley. (Newsday / Bill Davis)
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  • Andrew Breitbart: Official cause of death not expected for weeks

     
    It will probably take several weeks before the Los Angeles County coroner's office determines an official cause of death for conservative website editor and author Andrew Breitbart, who died unexpectedly Thursday at age 43. A source familiar with the...
  • Andrew Breitbart's death brings mix of sadness, glee on Twitter

     
    Andrew Breitbart dead: The conservative firebrand, who died Thursday at the age of 43, continues to divide the left and right on Twitter. Reaction is split between sadness, anger -- by both sides to each other -- and glee....
  • Andrew Breitbart: He took no prisoners, Sean Hannity says

     
    Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart's death at age 43 inspired quick summations of his career and stunned reactions this morning. Cable news quoted from Breitbart's book “Righteous Indignation”: “I love my job. … I love...
  • Andrew Breitbart: Media manipulation as an art form

     
    Andrew Breitbart dead: Breitbart didn’t invent the new media universe, but no one exploited the immediacy and subversive force of new media like he died. Breitbart, 43, died Thursday in Los Angeles of an apparent heart attack....
  • New half-naked photos: Rep. Weiner calls a news conference

    Rep. Anthony Weiner has called an afternoon news conference Monday amid a fresh round of sordid allegations involving the married congressman, including the release of a new set of photos that appear to show him posing shirtless. The website...
  • ‘Shout! The Mod Musical’ opens at Winter Park Playhouse

     
    Here's Friday's theater-page spotlight in the Orlando Sentinel's Calendar section. ‘Shout! The Mod Musical’ WHAT: “Shout! The Mod Musical” makes its Central Florida premiere at the Winter Park Playhouse Friday night. Created by...
  • Review: ‘Circle Mirror Transformation’ from Mad Cow Theatre

     
    Shirley, Vt., is the kind of town that has a gourd festival. “Gourd rides for the kids!” exclaims a video announcement before the start of the latest offering from Mad Cow Theatre. That’s “Circle Mirror Transformation,” which...
  • Charles H. Juergens

    Charles H. Juergens
    Charles H. Juergens of Costa Mesa, Ca passed on February 18, 2011 at home with his family by his side. Charlie would not want your ordinary obituary so I (Karen) his wife of 34 years have decided to honor him in my own way. Charles was fond of a small...
  • Cops: Mom Smokes Pot In Home, Leaves Baby In Car

    Cops: Mom Smokes Pot In Home, Leaves Baby In Car
    A Long Island mom was nabbed by Suffolk County police Monday after allegedly leaving her one-year-old son alone in the car for more than 40 minutes, while she went inside their home to smoke marijuana. Karen Edelman, 43, was charged with endangering...
  • Gas Leak Spurs Evacuation Of 900 Long Island Homes

    Gas Leak Spurs Evacuation Of 900 Long Island Homes
    A leak in a large propane gas tank at a suburban shopping center forced residents out of 900 homes before dawn on New Year's Day and shut down a swath of roads and railroad service for hours on eastern Long Island. The leak in the 30,000-gallon...
  • Officials: Chinchillas, Deer Among 60-Plus Hoarded Animals

    Officials: Chinchillas, Deer Among 60-Plus Hoarded Animals
    Suffolk County Police uncovered an unusual and alarming case of animal cruelty on Long Island Tuesday -- numerous animals, including farm animals and exotic pets, were found inside of a Shirley home. According to Quality of Life Task Force investigators:...