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For The Baltimore SunThe show starts with a very long “10 weeks ago” montage and then segues into a live number from troupe members andpro dancers. If you wonder how they’re going to do this show in just one episodea week next season, I think I have some...
“This is the spray tan traffic zone, right here.” — host Tom Bergeron We’ve reached the “Dancing With the Stars” Season 16 finals, ballroom fans! And this two-hour, heavily padded first-night showcase had each of...
The National Transportation Safety Board recently recommended all 50 states reduce the legal blood alcohol limit for driving from the existing .08 to .05. Their reasoning is the level is too high and leaves some drivers still impaired even though they are...
Jacoby Jones begins the finales tonight coming down the staircase in purple and gold, with partner Karina Smirnoff in a purple dress -- a nice nod to Jacoby’s hometown of New Orleans. Their first round is the "judges' pick" dance, and it's the...
Staff writerThe whole season of "Dancing With the Stars" was determined Monday night in the third round. Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough delivered a stunning freestyle that confirmed they are the strongest team in a tight contest. The winner will be named in a two-...
The Day, New London, Conn.It's Cr �e-lly ironic, of course. Peter Pan, the boy who could fly and who never aged: dead of a heroin overdose in the Chateau Marmont, 1983. It was the same year that M �tley Cr �e, the most outrageous of hair-metal bands,...
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The Port Arthur News, TexasA group called Start Up Port Arthur has been meeting once a month at the Holiday Inn for a little more than a year. Community leaders from business, industry and government get together and give updates on what is going on in their area of expertise so,...
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St. Paul Pioneer PressNearly three hours before store closing, gay pride wiped Erbert & Gerbert's out of sandwich bread. It overwhelmed two bars inside the Amsterdam Bar and Hall. And it quickly emptied five food trucks, reducing Andrew Zimmern's "AZ Canteen" to selling ice...
Reuters(Reuters) - Police arrested a 19-year-old woman on Friday and accused her of harboring one of two brothers charged with opening fire at a New Orleans parade on Mother's Day, wounding 20 people in violence that sent shockwaves through the city. Monique...
Tags: Prosecution, FBI, Mother's Day, Crime, Law and Justice
It's hard to be too critical of a show that literally sings the praises of some of my favorite things: Music, travel, reading, education, foreign language. "A Book Can Take You Anywhere" is a loud, high-spirited romp around the world hosted by Don...
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ReutersNEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Police on Thursday arrested and charged the second of two street-gang-member brothers suspected of shooting into a New Orleans parade on Mother's Day and wounding 20 people. Shawn Scott, 24, was arrested on Thursday, a day after...
A pair of brothers have been charged with attempting to murder 20 people during a shooting spree at a parade on Mothers Day in New Orleans, and four other people have been arrested for allegedly harboring the fugitives during an intense manhunt, officials...
Tags: Trials, Murder, Shootings, Juvenile Delinquency, Witnesses
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