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Jason Harris leaves LIU Brooklyn to become new HC at UMass Boston

Longtime LIU Brooklyn men’s basketball assistant coach Jason Harris is leaving the program. But for very good reason.

On Monday, Harris was named the new head men’s basketball coach at UMass Boston… 443 more words

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Ridden -- Jason Marc Harris

“Memory is another name for ghosts and their awful
hunger.” — from “Apple” by Eugene Gloria

It was Hmong New Year. Phang was thirteen-years-old, and Grandfather Zaj told his stories to the young men while the girls and women danced on that beautiful day in Discovery Park where the American River flowed into the Sacramento River. 9,769 more words

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Sheriff's Office Investigates Domestic-Related Shooting

ABERDEEN, Md. (WJZ) — The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a domestic-related shooting. The incident occurred Friday night.

According to officials, deputies found a 27-year-old man in front of the house; he had been shot in the arm. 60 more words

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EDL thug who hurled fire extinguisher at police jailed for 31 months

AN English Defence League supporter who hurled a fire extinguisher at police officers at “almost point blank range” as violence flared in Birmingham has been jailed. 411 more words

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Inside a New TAMI Office in the Old Financial District

Just six weeks after creative ad firm Mekanism moved into the company’s new two-floor, 11,000-square-foot office at 80 Broad Street in the Financial District, President and CEO… 582 more words

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'Secret Things' Author Appearing at Author Expo and Connecticut Author Trail

By Jason Harris

Author Stacey Longo will be promoting Secret Things, her collection of 12 stories published by Books & Boos Press, at the New England Author Expo and on the Connecticut Authors Trail within the next week. 179 more words

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Review: John Nelson Leads the Credo Festival Orchestra and Chorus in Haydn’s The Creation (July 19)

by Daniel Hautzinger

Joy, wonderment, thanksgiving, love. These are the feelings Haydn sought to express toward the Divine in The Creation, but they apply equally well to the work itself. 581 more words

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