Brooklyn Nine Nine

19 Mar 19
The Columbia Paper

Dawnald R. Henderson (1931 – 2019) OLD CHATHAM—Dawnald Raymond Henderson of Old Chatham, beloved husband of Maria A. Anastasi, passed away March 12, 2019 at the age of 87. He was born in Roxbury, MA, and graduated from Boston College and the New York University School of Law.

19 Mar 19
Jean Jacques Crawb's Blog

The most important and significant thing that has happened to me in my life is meeting my wife, Carol Hacker ( now Hillman). A serendipitous event began it all fifty nine years ago and it has been my great fortune to have met such a person. Let me go back to a moment in time […]

19 Mar 19
Philly Life & Culture

From the lobby of its home at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company announced its 45th Anniversary Season last night. Producing Artistic Director Paige Price and Managing Director Emily Zeck announced PTC’s slate for 2019-2020, their second producing season at the helm of the theatre. The duo has assembled a line-up of plays that […]

19 Mar 19
The Province

Eventual contract extension is a no-brainer for improved Canucks starter

19 Mar 19
Throneberry Fields Forever

I begin a new periodic series of debuncombe with a longtime legend of Washington baseball.

19 Mar 19
Huey's Dreams

By Asar John Department of Housing and Urban Development official Lynne Patton recently concluded her tour of housing projects on March 12th, as she investigates poor living conditions in NYCHA buildings across the city.    The Fenimore-Lefferts Houses in East Flatbush was the last housing development Patton visited, when she stayed there on Monday night […]

19 Mar 19
dereksmusicblog

Henry Gross-His Seventies Solo Years. When Henry Gross took to the stage with Sha Na Na at ‘7.30pm’ on Sunday, August the ‘17th’ 1969, the eighteen year old made history, he became the  the youngest person to perform at the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair. Despite his relative youth, Henry Gross took  playing in front of 400,000 people in  his stride during Sha Na Na’s thirty-minute […]

19 Mar 19
Nerd News Now

Remembering Tige Andrews, born March 19, 1920 and passed away on January 27, 2007. Tige Andrews was the actor who played the Klingon Kras in the “Friday’s Child” episode of Star Trek: The Original Series. Andrews has about a dozen movie roles and fifty television guest appearances to his credit, but he is probably best […]

19 Mar 19
UPROXX

Philly is finally healthy, which is terrifying news for the rest of the Eastern Conference.

19 Mar 19
saheelsawant97

Over the last few weeks, this very question was ceaselessly lingering on my mind. Having received an amazing response for my previous blog, ‘OneDay Mataram’ (if you haven’t checked out, do visit, like share and subscribe! Yeah, look who finally said it :P), now I do wanted to step up; to explore and experiment with […]

19 Mar 19
allowhertoplay

Entering the USPORTS National Championships as the top seed, the Rouge et Or from l’Université de Laval (Québec) were looking for their first title in women’s basketball. Heading into the tournament, the program experienced a remarkable run of momentum. Capturing their third straight RSEQ regular season crown, the Rouge et Or endured only one regular […]