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For 37 years, these seven Sonoma County women met to talk about books and life

“I love the submarine metaphor,” Pam Devlin said while having lunch at a long glass table with six other people in a Santa Rosa home. “Oh, I really liked that!” Wanda Burzycki responded. “How’s life, Cathy?” asked Joan McCue. “Full of babies!” The 37-year-old’s monthly book club meeting was buzzing …

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Review: Pandemic Literature in Real Time | Book reviews and short stories

HAMILTON CAIN Star Tribune “Our Friends of the Country” by Gary Shteyngart; Random House, 336 pages, $28. Here it is: the cutting edge of the literature on the pandemic. Last year, in a superhuman feat, Scottish author Ali Smith delivered ‘Summer’, the brilliant final installment of his seasonal quartet, written …

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the Jesuit obliterates Sainte-Croix; EJ and St. Aug get their first wins – Crescent City Sports

Jesuit got a 691 streak from Gary Sims en route to a 27-0 boys’ bowl victory on Monday against Holy Cross at AMF All Star Lanes in Kenner. The Blue Jays (8-2), who are 15th in Monday’s latest version of the latest LHSAA Power Rankings, built on the momentum of …

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‘A good day’: Jags knock out Bucs to win third state bowling championship

It was the Jags’ third state title overall, but the first since winning back-to-back titles in 2016 and 2017, the first two years the AHSAA offered bowling as a championship sport. Photo by Marvin Gentry/ahsaaphotos.com Spain Park had to overcome a familiar foe to claim their third men’s bowling championship. …

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Black Hills Wins 1A/2A Women’s Bowling State Championship

WIAA Courtesy The rules allow high school bowling teams to bring seven bowlers to major tournaments. Black Hills coach Nicole Pocklington didn’t have to worry about leaving anyone behind. Wolves had just six bowlers. They were enough. Led by three of the first eight individual finalists, Black Hills won the …

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Hesburgh Lecture 2022 tackles intersectionality and colonialism through the lens of British literature // The Observer

Author and attorney Bernardine Evaristo delivered the 2022 Hesburgh Lecture on Ethics and Public Policy on Monday. the annual Hesburgh conference on ethics and public policy was established in 1995 by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies to honor the mission of the Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, President …

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The hurricane completes the sweep of the American division. bowling

WILMINGTON — Never trailing at any time, the Wilmington High School boys’ bowling team won the SBAAC USA Division Championship Bowling Tournament on Saturday at Royal Z Lanes. Led by Jayden Tackett, the Hurricane completed a sweep of the league’s top honors, also winning the regular season title. Tackett …

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Deep East Islip boys take victory over West Islip

The thrill of victory is a tradition within the East Islip boys’ bowling program – and it’s a tradition no team wants to break. East Islip have won the last five Suffolk Boys Bowling Team Championships and are off to another strong start this season. East Islip beat West Islip, …

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2021-22 County and State Tournament Results and Scores

Here are the results of the 2021-22 major bowling tournaments involving North Jersey boys’ and girls’ teams and individuals. The New Years Tag Team Championships and North Jersey Singles Championships were sponsored by the FDU Women’s Bowling Team. Passaic County Tournament Friday 14th January at Parkway Lanes, Elmwood Park BOYS …

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MHHS ready for Thursday bowling and wrestling

MHHS ready for Thursday bowling and wrestling | KTLO Rain: 7am to 7am: 0.00 ″ Month: 1.65 ″ Year: 1.65 ″ Recorded temperatures: High: 45 Low: 37 Mountain Home High School has bowling and wrestling scheduled for Thursday. The Bomber and Lady Bomber bowling teams will be on the road …

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Bowling Green native William Compton announces his candidacy for United States Representative for District 2

Bowling Green native William Compton has announced his candidacy for the position of United States Representative for Kentucky’s 2nd Congressional District, the seat currently held by Brett Guthrie. (Editor’s Note: Daviess County is currently part of the 2nd Congressional District, although a Kentucky House of Representatives redistribution plan is expected …

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Eagle Archives, December 28, 1972: NAACP Establishes Black History and Literature Library | Story

A library of black history and literature is being established at the 467 North Street office of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. So far, the library has about 350 books, a number of black periodicals, and several coordinating black history recordings and film tapes. The literature …

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Cortland County High School sports recaps: basketball and bowling (December 21) – Cortland Voice

McGraw boys basketball team. (Photo taken earlier in the season / The Cortland Voice). Here are some local high school sports recaps of Tuesday’s events: Varsity Girls Basketball: Marathon vs. Candor The Lady Olympians Marathon defeated Candor with a score of 52-30 to improve to an overall record of 5-2 …

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York Adams High School Bowling League set to debut on Monday

The first action of the York-Adams Bowling League kicks off Monday when Central York and Spring Grove meet at Colony Park Lanes North at 3:30 p.m. The fledgling high school league includes seven schools: Central York, Dallastown, Kennard-Dale, New Oxford, Red Lion, Spring Grove, and York Tech. Host bowling centers …

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Bowling Ray R. | 2021

WATER TOWN Bowling Ray R. February 26, 1950 – December 2, 2021 Ray Roy Bowling, 71, of Watertown, died Thursday, December 2, 2021 from a brief illness at Watertown Regional Medical Center. A funeral service will be held on Monday, December 13, 2021 at 7 p.m. at the Hafemeister Funeral …

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10 anime characters who love literature and reading

The world of Japanese animation has characters of all kinds, from adventurers and heroes to model students and everything in between. Some anime characters don’t have the patience or the literacy to read a book, but other characters take great pride in their academic prowess and personal libraries. RELATED: 10 …

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Girls Bowling Neuqua Valley vs. Naperville North 02.12.21

Naperville North Girls Bowling faces Neuqua Valley at Fox Bowl, where the Huskies dominate the Wildcats. This highlight is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank. It’s the opening of the DVC game and the Neuqua Valley Wildcats visit the Naperville North Girls’ Bowling at Fox Bowl. Game One We start with …

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Best bowler who brought power to the sport, Mark Roth dies at 70

Mark Roth, whose explosive power play made him one of bowling’s all-time greats and the second to earn $ 1 million in career earnings in the sport, died Friday in Oswego, NY. He was 70 years old. The cause was congestive heart failure, said his wife, Denise Roth. Since 2009, …

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Josefa contributes to the development of children’s literature in the Pacific

The feeling of seeing his illustrations published and knowing that he was helping educate the young minds of the Pacific inspired Jo to continue his journey as an illustrator. Josefa Uluinaceva, or Jo as he is affectionately known, has been instrumental in the development of children’s literature in the Pacific …

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Kealakehe boys and Kamehameha girls win BIIF bowling titles: Kealakehe’s Eytcheson and Kamehameha’s Gaylord win individual championships

KAILUA-KONA – The best of Big Island High School bowlers converged at KBXtreme on Saturday afternoon. KAILUA-KONA – The best of Big Island High School bowlers converged at KBXtreme on Saturday afternoon. At the end of the day, the BIIF champions were finally crowned. Kaiden Eytcheson of Kealakehe won first …

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Real estate houses in Leicester David Genereux Sue-Anne Bock Re / Max Vision

LEICESTER – With homes for sale under zip code 01524 ranging from $ 159,900 to just under $ 600,000, the options are wide for those looking for a quiet, country setting while having easy access to city amenities . This 24.7 square mile city was named after Leicester, England, when …

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Omar El Akkad wins Canadian Literature Award

TORONTO (AP) – Egyptian-Canadian author and journalist Omar El Akkad, who wrote about the global refugee crisis through the eyes of a child, has won Canada’s richest literary award. El Akkad won the Scotiabank Giller Award for his book “What Strange Paradise” on Monday night. The former Globe and Mail …

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3 things to watch out for at the FHSAA State Championships

ORLANDO – The state’s top bowlers embark on a three-day marathon, hoping to bask in state championship glory. Qualifying for the Florida High School Athletic Association tournament began at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday. The boys first took the lanes of the Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center, followed by the girls on Wednesday …

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Matt McGloin Joins Lewith & Freeman Real Estate

Former Penn State and NFL quarterback Matt McGloin has a new job. McGloin has joined the Lewith & Freeman real estate team in its Clark Summit office, announced Virginia Rose, President of Lewith & Freeman Real Estate. Matt will represent Lackawanna County buyers and sellers to achieve their real estate …

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Local Bowling Leagues Bounce Back – The Morning Sun

Our local league structure is pretty much the same as last season, with the one exception being Wednesday nights. Two smaller leagues, Riverwood Rollers (six, four women teams) and Wednesday Men’s Money (six, four men teams) have decided to combine into a bigger and stronger league called Wednesday Mixed! You …

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CHS Teacher of the Month for August: Karen Appelbaum

The teacher for the month of August was Ms. Karen Appelbaum. Indian Lore Staff sat down with Ms. Appelbaum to find out more about her. Ms. Appelbaum grew up in Peekskill, NY, before moving to Georgia in 1993. She married Dr. Jeff Appelbaum in 1991 and moved to Chattooga County …

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Real estate transfers | News from Mount Airy

September 26, 2021 After years spent in craft circles – from a decade touring with a famous roots band to making beautiful furniture for the Hanes family at Roaring Gap – Joe Thrift moved to Elkin to teach the craft. luthier, which he studied in England in the mid-1970s. Her …

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Bowling, entertainment center gets approval

Stars & Strikes plans to open early next year in the old Peebles / Gordmans building. After 8.5 years without a bowling alley, Warrenton will have 18 lanes as part of a new entertainment center in early 2022. City council voted, 7-0, Tuesday night to grant a special use permit …

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Bowling is exercise, camaraderie and fun for Stu Campbell

Stu Campbell loves to bowling. It’s a fact. It is also an understatement. Aiming at these pins and sending them flying is pure bliss. But there’s more than that for Campbell, who turned 90 in March. “I do it for exercise and social interaction,” he said while attributing the activity …

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Potters chosen for a national event | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the East Liverpool Division II District Championship bowling team are (front, from left) Gavin Maze, Anthony DeMarco, Logan Simms; (back, from left) Head Coach Lori DeMarco, Derek Klein, Paxton Grimes, Nathan Kelly, Jordan Wolf and Coach Jeremy Maze. The Potters, who competed in the state tournament in February, …

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Annual Franklin Empty Bowls event benefits pantry

FRANKLIN – The Franklin High School Empty Bowls Club will host a reimagined Empty Bowls event on June 10. The event will take place at Franklin High School in the Ceramics Studio from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The club is partnering with the Franklin Food Pantry to create handcrafted …

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