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H.S. roundup: Balanced Colchester rolls past SJA

COLCHESTER – Alex Corrigan racked up four goals and an assist and Grant Cummings added three goals and two assists as Colchester dropped St. Johnsbury 18-3 in high school boys lacrosse Friday. 850 more words

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Prep notebook: Lee’s Clayton playing last game in city

The 25th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Game will be bitter sweet for Robert E. Lee’s Trenton Clayton.

On the one hand, the 6-foot-9 Southeast Louisiana signee gets to showcase his skills against the state’s elite. 519 more words

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The Hudsucker Takes on the 87th Annual Academy Awards: Predictions, Hopes and Snubs

The 87th Academy Awards take place this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, and as awards season winds down, The Hudsucker once again tries its hand at predicting the winners in each category. 2,428 more words

Film & Television

Ep. 7: where Have You Gone Andrew Rogers? pt. 3

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In part 3 of our saga “Where Have You Gone Andrew Rogers?”  we finally learn how andy has been paying the rent.  Also, this part of the story also involves a confession from the author about his political views.   84 more words

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Episode 5: Where Have You Gone Andrew Rogers?

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It’s storytime on “Uncle Dan and Friends” as I try something new.  I’m guessing this will take four or five parts to complete.  Andrew Rogers was (is?) a real person and the content of the story is mostly accurate based on my recollection.   50 more words

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Halloween Treat: ‘Phantom of the Opera’ Performance Planned Oct. 31 at FIM

Too old for trick-or-treating? That doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy Halloween. The Flint Institute of Music wants you to get out and celebrate by taking in a performance of “The Phantom of the Opera.” 101 more words

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Turn Another World Upside Down with Andrew Rogers | A Breathe Conference Retrospective

There are a few reasons why I attended Andrew Rogers‘ session at the Breathe Conference. First, I found the topic interesting. Second, I regularly write slipstream flash fiction and have a few science fiction/fantasy pieces in the works. 659 more words

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