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US hip-hop star Clifford Harris Jr, known professionally as TI, admits he is a bit anxious about his upcoming stint in prison for weapons possession.
By MONICA OROSZ If you go What: Mountain Stage NewSong Contest When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday Where: State Cultural Center Tickets: $10 advance, $12 at the door Info: www.newsong-music.com FYI A combined ticket to both Saturdays event and Sundays Mountain Stage show is available for $15.50.
By DEBORAH SAYER A key mission of The Theater Project at Brunswick is to enrich and inspire performers of all ages to do original and dynamic exploration. And that's not merely an ideal for the theater's founder and artistic director Al Miller.
NEW YORK, Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Senator Barack Obama opens up in an exclusive interview in the November issue of Men's Health magazine, on newsstands October 21, 2008, about how health and fitness has driven his success in life, love and leadership.
It happens to the best of them: Journey. Judas Priest. Van Halen. And now, The Chipmunks need their Sammy Hagar. After 50 years with the same line-up, Alvin has left the band.
Mervyn Edwards Shares the classroom memories of two former North Staffordshire teachers. O VER the years, the basic elements of teaching have not changed as much as the constraints of a sometimes overbearing officialdom on teaching staff.
By DUANE DUDEK When resistance is futile, comedy is inevitable. Laughter is the best, and often only, revenge against authority. Shorewood native David Zucker has made a career out of skewering the powerful in film spoofs like "Airplane!", "The Naked Gun" and the "Scary Movie" series.
INYOKERN, Calif. (AP) -- Thousands of dollar bills stolen from a restaurant in California's high desert could not have been more clearly marked: The Homestead had a tradition of customers writing messages on the currency and hanging it on the walls.
A black man is running for president. The first film to depict World War II's all-black 92nd Infantry Division, Miracle at St. Anna, is about to open this Friday. No wonder Spike Lee is so upbeat these days.
By Sandy Wells In the seventh grade at Horace Mann Junior High School, he created a solar-powered thermopile for the science fair. "I built a solar-powered furnace and generated electricity with it.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.