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Teenaged Olympic athlete Douglas to publish second memoir

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Olympic gold medalist Gabrielle Douglas, not yet 18, will publish her second memoir next month, publisher Zondervan said on Tuesday. Douglas, 17, a gold medal winner at the 2012 Summer Olympics in both team and individual all-around gymnastics competition, will publish “Raising the Bar”, a follow-up to her 2012 best-selling memoir “Grace, Gold & Glory: My ...

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Randy Levine: president of the Bronx Bombers and patron of IDF soldiers and … – Haaretz (blog)

Haaretz (blog) Randy Levine: president of the Bronx Bombers and patron of IDF soldiers and …Haaretz (blog)Levine receives me amidst the breathtaking views on the 43rd floor of the Bank of America Tower in midtown Manhattan, in the offices of Akin Gump, one of America’s top 20 law firms, in which he serves as senior council. Having been carefully coached ...

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Ridley Scott partners with Machinima to produce 12 science-fiction shorts

By Greg Gilman LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Ridley Scott and his commercial company, Ridley Scott and Associates, have partnered with online network Machinima to produce 12 original sci-fi short films, Machinima announced on Monday. RSA’s directing talent will helm “original high octane science fiction content” to be distributed through Machinima, which boasts the No. 1 entertainment channel on YouTube. Machinima ...

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Olivia Newton-John: sweetheart, sex idol, rock chick, radio star

By Mike Collett-White LONDON (Reuters) – With a range spanning the cardigan-clad sweetheart in the hit musical “Grease” and the leotarded gym instructor in the raunchy single “Physical”, no one could accuse Olivia Newton-John of playing it safe in 40 years of singing country, pop and rock. The Australian, who was born in England and is touring there for the ...

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West Indies Women return home to rousing welcome – Cricket Country

Stabroek News West Indies Women return home to rousing welcomeCricket CountryThe team members, led by captain Merissa Aguilleira, were greeted on arrival here Sunday by West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Julian Hunte and other cricket officials, along with fans and family, reports CMC. The West Indies tore up the form …Orane calls for changes in WI cricketStabroek NewsCricket not ...

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West Indies seek to extend rare winning run – ESPNcricinfo.com

ESPNcricinfo.com West Indies seek to extend rare winning runESPNcricinfo.comThe last time West Indies won five Tests in a row was back in the late 80s, when they were still the reigning kings of world cricket. Viv Richards was the captain, leading a side strewn with legends to comprehensive series victories in England and …First Test preview: West Indies v ZimbabweCricket365.comZimbabwe ...

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American Exports: Chivas Guadalajara breaking their own rule for US U-20 Juan … – Major League Soccer

Major League Soccer American Exports: Chivas Guadalajara breaking their own rule for US U-20 Juan …Major League SoccerAmerican Exports: Chivas Guadalajara breaking their own rule for US U-20 Juan Pablo Ocegueda. March 11, 2013. Tom Marshall … Chivas de Guadalajara’s reserve side Tapatío. Tom Marshall covers Americans playing in Latin America for MLSsoccer.com. and more »

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Heavy workload awaits next pope; church in turmoil – KLTV

Heavy workload awaits next pope; church in turmoilKLTVThe move away from organized religion is also hurting parishes in Latin America. Churches in Brazil and other predominantly Catholic countries in South America already had been losing members to the spirited worship found in independent Pentecostal … and more »

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Guyana goes down to T/dad by two wickets despite Barnwell’s heroics – Stabroek News


Guyana goes down to T/dad by two wickets despite Barnwell's heroics
Stabroek News
In the Regional four day game which ended on Saturday Trinidad won by 45 runs as Guyana chasing a target of 376 runs were dismissed for 331 thanks to a 65th first class century from the dependable Guyana and West Indies middle order …..To continue ...
Guyana tail wags to set TT 235Trinidad Guardian

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The ban continues… – Stabroek News


The ban continues…
Stabroek News
'Fowl curry' is as ubiquitous to the Guyanese experience as is cookup or chowmein or pepperpot, arguably more so, and only the most myopic, tribal and idiotic mind would see it as exclusively emblematic of East Indians. I can humbly offer that perhaps ...

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