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Grading Steelers 2011 draft class after its fourth year

2012 Steelers Draft Class

Overall Grade: B-

Three starters, a seventh-round contributor and a few misses. It’s fairly solid all-around, though. The whiff in the third round hurts the overall value, as well as a downward trend on what previously was an outstanding fourth round pick. 805 more words

Steelers Wire News

Agent Looking For Clients

Kerry D’Agostino started working at Curtis Brown, Ltd. in 2011 as assistant to Tim Knowlton and Holly Frederick in the Film and Television Department. Before Curtis Brown, she received her certificate in publishing from the Columbia Publishing Course, her masters in Art in Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and her bachelors from Bowdoin College. 105 more words

Authors And Illustrators

The A to Z of You and Me (James Hannah)

This review originally appeared on the website of the Open Pen Magazine and I’m extremely grateful to them for allowing me to serve as their ‘bespectacled resident reviewist’.  603 more words

Review

Jets Sign Ex-Steelers Corner Curtis Brown

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Jets have signed free agent cornerback Curtis Brown.

Brown, 26, was a third-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011 out of the University of Texas. 138 more words

Sports

Book of the Week: The Ship

So.  I have joined a book group*.  Or rather I have been allowed to join a book group (thanks Curtis Brown!) and this week’s BotW is our book group read from January. 491 more words

Books

An unusual Albatross from Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens more than any other author had helped to make the reputation of the Tauchnitz Editions in the 19th century. All of Dickens’ novels appeared in the Tauchnitz series and in some cases the Tauchnitz Editions are the true first printings in book form, printed from early proofs of the part-issues. 476 more words

Vintage Paperbacks

Brogan reviews... The Passing Bells (BBC Drama)

An epic historical drama spanning the five years of the First World War, as seen through the eyes of two ordinary young soldiers.

The Passing Bells shows two young men whom are keen to fight for their country.

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