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Paper Football Challenge kicks off Saturday

Sunday, January 29th, 2017:

It’s “fingerball,” to be precise. Twenty-four teams will face off, flicking a folded triangle “football” in hopes of raising money for their chosen charity at the third annual Paper Football Challenge. A field goal is made by flicking the “football” across a table through a goal post. A touchdown is scored when players push or flick the football into the table’s end zone. Peter Brakke, owner of Chick-fil-A at The District, launched the tradition in 2015. – Susan Christian Goulding Read the full article from the Source… Read More →

Lorenzo Romar rates Markelle Fultz among greatest UW guards

Sunday, January 29th, 2017:

Brandon Roy and Isaiah Thomas won more games for Washington, but Lorenzo Romar says Markelle Fultz is among the best guards he’s ever coached. By Seattle Times staff reporter Washington coach Lorenzo Romar praised Markelle Fultz who finished with 28 points and nine assists in Wednesday’s 86-75 loss at Arizona State. “He scored 26 points in 22 minutes and just got to the basket,” Romar said. “The other thing about Markelle is he had nine assists and if it was a night when we were just making our shots at a normal rate, he probably would have had 15 or […] Read More →

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Doctors failed in their most basic duty 

Sunday, January 29th, 2017:

Josef Boberek, a 92-year-old war veteran, pictured, could have been cured of a chest infection and discharged to carry on his life It is hard to face this fact and harder to say it in raw, clear English – but we now have proof, accepted by the Health Service Ombudsman, of a British hospital ending a patient’s life by deliberate actions. Let us put it even more brutally. The hospital killed a man it could and should have saved. It did not simply fail in its duty, which is, alas, common enough in medicine. It took steps which were positively […] Read More →

Magdelaine Anthony, James Cushing

Sunday, January 29th, 2017:

Photo Magdelaine Harris Anthony and James Knott Cushing were married Jan. 28. The Rev. William Peyton led the ceremony at St. James’ Episcopal Church in New York. The bride, who is known as Mimi, 26, is the varsity field hockey, squash and lacrosse coach at the Spence School in New York. She graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University. She is a daughter of Ann W. Anthony and Robert W. Anthony of New York. The groom, 32, is a vice president and portfolio manager at Morse Asset Management, an investment firm in New York. He graduated from Trinity College in Hartford. He […] Read More →

Massachusetts Criminal Offenses and how they are dealt with

Sunday, January 29th, 2017:

There is no land on earth which has been occupied by humans but is still a crime-less territory. You can assert by saying that even animals do fight, but not the way we people do and not so cunningly at all. Criminal offenses are often more severe in nature. I am going to tell of some common criminal offenses, their consequences, and how they can be dealt with to ensure protection or mitigation of the penalties. Drunk or Rash Driving – also known as DUI (Driving under Influences) offense, it is among the most common cause resulting into a criminal […] Read More →

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