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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

This is the "real world"



Home News Tribune - TRENTON — Three Democrats in the Legislature say they want to introduce state workers to the "real world," asking them to take less pay and benefits to help with the state's troubled fiscal situation. Sen. Stephen Sweeney, D-Gloucester, and
Source: thnt.com

Becoming a new person
Valdosta Daily Times - THE EDMOND SUN (EDMOND, Okla.) EDMOND, Okla. — People have a hard time recognizing Lori Smith these days. Old friends don’t recognize her in public. “I’m getting used to it now but a lot of people don’t know me,” Smith said. “People I
Source: www.valdostadailytimes.com

Atlantic Theater Company Raises Curtain on New 99-Seat Venue
Playbill - With a number of Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway theatres closing their doors lately, it's a bit of a relief that Atlantic Theater Company is opening a new venue June 14. Perry Street Theatre, the Lamb's Theatre, Playhouse 91, Variety Arts Theatre
Source: www.broadwayworld.com

In The Galleries: June
Seattle Post Intelligencer - Be they as big as lamps or small as thumbs, Saya Moriyasu 's figures cast their own kind of shy romance. Moriyasu is in "Hardline Organics Part Two," opening Thursday night, 6-8, at Soil Art Collective, 112 Third Ave. S., as part of Pioneer Square's
Source: seattlepi.nwsource.com

Sweeney defends state pay cut proposal
Courier-Post - State Sen. Stephen Sweeney today is defending his proposal to ask state employees to take less pay and benefits to help balance the state budget. The proposal by the West Deptford Democrat, along with fellow Democrats Assemblymen Paul Moriarty of
Source: www.courierpostonline.com

Goals do the trick
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Jenny Baumann notched a hat trick as Catholic Memorial cruised into the state tournament with a 4-1 victory over Shorewood in a WIAA Division 2 sectional final on Saturday. Amber Bennett opened the scoring for the Crusaders just five minutes into the
Source: www.jsonline.com

CBU's Hehn receives yet another honor
Memphis Commercial Appeal - Wednesday, Hehn was named a third team ESPN the Magazine/College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American. Hehn, from Springville, Tenn., adds this award to a list that includes second team American Baseball Coaches
Source: www.commercialappeal.com

Communities / Human Beings And Nature
High County News - June 12, 2006 - Empty pods and pleasant graveyards by David Oates. In today’s surrealistic world, where language exists only to sell things, barren desert suburbs have names like "Lake Forest" and "WillowDale," while a graveyard is called "Pleasant
Source: www.hcn.org