by Nikeala Frederick The themes of love, acceptance and “Yes, Queen!” reigned supreme in Rabbit Box’s April show Life in Drag. The glamorous and witty emcee Jacqueline Daniels (aka Rob Hagwood), who had a fantastic wardrobe change mid-show as a true diva should, gave the audience the treat of getting to know her as well as […]
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BOSTON (AP) – Former men's tennis coach at the University of Texas at Austin pleaded guilty on Wednesday to accepting a $ 100,000 bribe in a major university bribery program and will work with government agencies. Michael Center, 55, is the third coach to be found guilty in the high-profile case in which affluent parents, […]
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The former men’s tennis coach at the University of Texas at Austin pleaded guilty Wednesday to accepting a $100,000 bribe in the widespread college admissions bribery scheme.
Michael Center, 55, is the third coach to plead guilty in the high-profile case that has also ensnared wealthy parents, including executives and Hollywood actresses, across the country.
Viral video of a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy pepper spraying a teenager was the topic of discussion in a Tamarac City Commission meeting on Wednesday morning. Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony, along with two school board members, addressed the commission board members with opposing views on how the situation that happened on April 18 should be […]
Rock Springs, WY (April 24, 2019) – The Rock Springs High School Class of 1979 is planning their 40th class reunion. The reunion will take place on July 26 and 27, 2019, at Bunning Hall in downtown Rock Springs. [bsa_pro_ad_space id=26] The night of Friday, July 26 will feature a no-host cocktail hour meet […]
A former University of Southern California soccer coach and a California insurance executive became the latest people to agree to plead guilty in a college admissions cheating scandal that has netted prominent parents and Hollywood stars, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Laura Janke, who was an assistant women’s soccer coach at USC, will admit to creating […]
My friend Hector and I had been promising to drag each other out into the wilderness for about 15 years, ever since he was a student of mine. When I returned to college teaching after a few years off, he was now a member of the department, and we recalled our unfulfilled plan. When Winter […]
As the last glaring hole in our exploration of Yuma County over the past two decades, our trip down Big Eye Mine Road this spring was special. It was special also because it was a camping reunion with an old friend who’s been making excuses for several years about not getting out to the desert. […]
At Cabo Pulmo we were just inside the Tropic of Cancer. We woke up on New Year’s Day in our thatched cottage and headed south along the sandy road that follows the eastern shore toward the tip of the peninsula, easily one of the most beautiful stretches on the Baja. Within a few miles we […]
On the third day of our trip down the peninsula, we woke up on the lovely crescent beach at Bahia de Los Angeles. We paid a local girl to put cornrows in little Mary’s hair, to save us the trouble of brushing for the rest of the trip, then we broke camp and headed over […]