- Manila Bulletin via Yahoo! Philippines NewsApr 04 17:05 PM
The topic was hypernarratives, to which, I am no more familiar than Lemuel Gulliver was to Lilliput where he was washed ashore after a shipwreck in the 1726 satire Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift. Though my task was only to guide the students in their exploration of this storytelling medium, I felt like Stephen Hawking unearthing the secrets of the cosmos.
- Chicago TribuneApr 11 4:29 AM
The two men sat on stools at the tavern, eyes on the television set above the bar. The Cubs were playing the St Louis Cardinals. It was last Sunday night, opening day of a new Major League Baseball season, and a few minutes before the game began one of the men asked, "Like that new scoreboard?"...
- TV.com via Yahoo! NewsApr 13 8:04 AM
After 78 episodes' worth of Southern poetry and Kentucky crime, Justified is signing off for good this week and ending Raylan Givens' storied run in Harlan County. We could sit around and cry all day over the loss of one of television's best dramas, but that wouldn't be as fun as looking back at our favorite parts of the series and making some predictions for what we think will happen in the ...
- Chambersburg Public OpinionMar 24 21:35 PM
CHAMBERSBURG >> Tashana M. Schley and Edward L. Ginorio Lopez, Chambersburg, had a son, Sebastian Velez Ginorio, at 11:08 a.m. Feb. 18, 2015, in Chambersburg Hospital. He weighed 6 pounds, 2 ¼ ounces and was 21 inches long.
- Daily ChronicleMar 27 22:15 PM
DeKALB – Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposal to cut $1.5 billion from Medicaid in the fiscal 2016 budget could hurt health care facilities throughout DeKalb County and make it more difficult for some people to get medical treatment, health care officials said.
- The Online NewsHourApr 01 17:18 PM
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio RELATED LINKS Why Scott Simon shared his mother’s death with an unseen audience Poet’s novel turns young sports lovers into book lovers How do we keep arts vital in an age of online entertainment? JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we turn to books and to the latest addition on the NewsHour Bookshelf. T.C. Boyle has just published his 15th novel. In “The Harder They Come,” he ...
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