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How do you follow a cultural touchstone – something which captures a moment, stands aside from what’s around it, and which moves from the reviews to the news section of the papers? 792 more words
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United Nations Security Council has banned four ships from ports globally for carrying cargo from North Korea, including one vessel that had ammunition, but the United States postponed a bid to blacklist four others pending further investigation.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 6, 1991
By Steve Newton
Ian Hunter must be feeling pretty comfy these days. First off, Great White made him a pile of royalty bucks with its hit version of his 1975 barrelhouse-boogie “Once Bitten, Twice Shy”. 109 more words
Corrections officers at the Dorchester Institution in New Brunswick seized a package of contraband that included 128 nicotine patches.
The Dorchester Institution, a medium security federal institution, says that the contraband was seized due to the “vigilance” of its staff members. 18 more words
November 1977—Athens, Greece
Athens International Airport skirted the seacoast ahead of a Greek coastal town named Glyfada. My contact CRO Hastings at the American Embassy Athens had offered to put me up at a hotel in the scenic seaside town about twenty kilometers (twelve miles) from the mission. 1,144 more words