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Embiggen Books :: Melbourne

When the city centre gets too loud, when the people become too many, then go and hide around the corner in Embiggen Books. Calm down besides books and antiques. 501 more words


Week #22 Staying with the Trouble: an essay

Sophie Cunningham’s essay in the latest Australian Book Review strikes a great pace between the personal and the philosophical. It is, among other things, a reflection on why details matter and what we do in order to feel that we are contributing. 198 more words

For McDonald's All American Sophie Cunningham, hometown Missouri is right choice

CHICAGO — Sophie Cunningham was not short on college basketball options. The McDonald’s All American out of Rock Bridge in Columbia, Mo., had the skills to play for any elite NCAA women’s program. 455 more words


The prom or the game? Some All Americans faced with choice


CHICAGO — High school seniors usually circle the date for prom on their calendar, but for the McDonald’s High School All Americans, it’s hard to fit that rite of passage into their busy calendars. 353 more words


Girls taking center stage at the McDonald's All American Game

CHICAGO — Kristine Anigwe from Desert Vista High School (Phoenix) was the only girl to take part in the slam dunk competition. She missed on every attempt, but was still upbeat about her performance. 411 more words

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Some McDonald's All Americans still weighing college options

CHICAGO — Stephen Zimmerman is about to make the biggest decision of his young life. The 18-year-old out of Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, Nev.) hasn’t yet made his mind up on where he will attend college and play basketball in the fall. 639 more words