Archive for April, 2007
The Idaho State University Choirs will present a spring choral concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 4, in the Joseph C.
ISU Headlines » ISU choral concert scheduled May 4
hey rudy..thanks so much for info re: billy craddock …such a good soul..when i think of all the wasted millions gone thru that idiot thompson’s greedy fingers. “good doctor” indeed, hah!..and then bill’s fate (who could write rings …
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Friday, April 27, 2007.
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jennifer connelly, who plays maddy bowen, a journalist from a magazine in new york, faces a difficult role in staying alive through all the shootings and violence while gathering solid facts for her story and also helping leonardo …
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helen welch has worked as kevin’s administrative assistant at lbc for over 6½ years. she received her ba degree from simpson college in san francisco (now simpson university in redding, california).
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the voice on the phone is helen!
But as a showcase title, a technological spectacle, and as a nonstop, nerve bending example of extreme racing, MotorStorm is the current heavyweight next-gen racing champ.
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Wired has a great celebratory image series called ‘The Making of Star Wars ‘, which are from an upcoming book called just that. It even has a few images I haven’t even seen before, which is quite something. …
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Violinist Anne – Sophie Mutter was not only described by a British critic as “like a goddess stepped down from Mount Olympus”, but also as “one of the hardest-working musicians on the planet” by the Washington Post.
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