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Theater Week - House and Home

Image: The Open House – Natalie Nobles

A listing of Triangle theater performances
through October 31, 2016


* Behind the Scenes – In 1870, Elizabeth Keckly visits the Burwell Academy for Young Ladies where she had been an enslaved servant and confronts its headmistress Anna Burwell. 524 more words

Triangle Theater

Nuggets Turn To Size This Season With Their Balkan Big Men

DENVER (AP) – The thinking is big around the Denver Nuggets this season. As in, pairing towers Jusuf Nurkic and Nikola Jokic on the court more often. 842 more words


Ranking the NBA head coaches (20-11)

Continuing on with the three-part series that started last week, this week I will be going through coaches who currently rank as mid-tier in terms of the positive contributions they are likely to bring to their respective teams. 3,044 more words


*Blog Tour* A Suitable Lie by Michael J. Malone

*Many thanks to Karen Sullivan for my copy to review for the blog tour*

About the book:

Andy Boyd thinks he is the luckiest man alive. 583 more words


A Suitable Lie by Michael Malone - Blog Tour Review.

About the Book

Andy Boyd thinks he is the luckiest man alive. Widowed with a young child, after his wife dies in childbirth, he is certain that he will never again experience true love. 287 more words

Jul - Sep 2016

Nuggets Thinking Big With Blend Of Youth, Veterans

DENVER (AP) – On the roster, 36-year-old Mike Miller is listed as a shooting guard/small forward. His most essential position is mentor.

It’s an assignment Miller takes seriously on a young squad still learning how to consistently win. 821 more words


2 Indy high school coaches arrested on drug charges

Two Indianapolis high school football coaches face drug charges after their arrest Thursday night during a traffic stop.

Jarell Smith and Michael Malone, both assistant football coaches at Northwest High School, face preliminary charges of dealing marijuana, a level six felony, and possession of marijuana, said Officer Jim Gillespie, a spokesman for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. 106 more words