Keith Richards apparently owes a library bill worth a whopping 20000 pounds for books he failed to return 50 years ago. The 'Rolling Stones' star revealed that his local lending room was one of his favourite places as a teenager, the sun reported. "It was a place where you get a hint there was a place called civilization," the guitarist said. The rocker, 69, admitted that he still owes fines ...
Outfit yourself with a solid assortment of spring reads at the Vancouver Public Library. Books donated to the Friends of the Vancouver Public Library will go on sale to raise money for programs and services. May 23-25, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, Promenade area of Library Square, 350 W. Georgia ...
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Rescue personnel gather near an entrance to Lilydale Regional Park above the Mississippi River during a suspension of search efforts to find a fourth child missing after a landslide swept over a group of children on a fourth grade field trip Wednesday, May 22, 2013, in St. Paul, ...
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SPOKANE, Wash. - A 37-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a case in which a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin were discovered in Washington state last week.A grand jury indictment accused Matthew Ryan Buquet of mailing a death threat to U.S. District Judge Fred Van Sickle at the federal courthouse on May 14.A search of federal court records turned up no ...
The uncertain future of the Yellow Pages directories publisher Hibu took yet another twist yesterday as the debt-laden company unexpectedly delayed its annual ...
CBS News (CBS News) Many of the clothes in American stores are made in Bangladesh, which has a history of workplace disasters. Six months ago, 112 workers died when their factory burned down. Last month, another factory collapsed, killing more than 1,100 workers in one of the worst industrial accidents ever. If you own clothes that were made in Bangladesh, this is where they come from. ...
(CBS News) MOORE, Okla. - The mayor of Oklahoma City said Wednesday as many as 13,000 homes were damaged or destroyed in Monday's tornado, and 33,000 people have been affected. The mayor says the damage could total $2 billion. The state medical examiner said there were 24 deaths. Two were infants: four months old and seven months ...
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New York, Oklahoma City, Indiana and Memphis all won their first-round NBA playoff series with Game 6 victories, reaching the Conference semifinals.
The New York Knicks got the staggers Friday and almost gave up a 26-point lead but steadied to beat the Boston Celtics 88-80 while Oklahoma City Thunder booked its spot in the last eight for the third straight season by downing the Houston Rockets 103-94, reports Xinhua.
The Indiana Pacers withstood a big final-quarter comeback from Atlanta and beat the Hawks 81-73, and the Memphis Grizzlies completed a comeback from a 0-2 series deficit by beating the Los Angeles Clippers 118-105. With Miami, San Antonio and Golden State already into the next stage, the last spot will be decided when Brooklyn host Chicago in their Game 7.
Boston cut a 49-75 deficit to four points but Carmelo Anthony made a jumper to give New York an 81-75 lead and then sank a 3-pointer. Then J.R. Smith converted a three-point play to restore the double-digit lead the Knicks had nursed most of the game.
Anthony finished with 21 points for the Knicks, who won a playoff series for the first time since the Patrick Ewing era in 2000. They will host the Pacers in Sunday's opening game of their Conference semifinal series. ...
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