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  • Live music review: Appropriately our final Red 7 show was Death and they rocked
    Live music review: Appropriately our final Red 7 show was Death and they rocked
    Once obscure punk pioneers Death came through Austin last Thursday, playing one of the last Red 7 shows before the venue shutters permanently on August 28. While the name of the band fit the venue's situation to a T, Death actually play an...
  • Crossing the valley of death
    Dealing with the death of a loved one
    Life and death the vicious cycle of life that swallows everyone that comes into this reality. Death is a hard thing to accept especially when it involves a loved one. The reality of someone gone out of this life forever is difficult to understand...
  • Sheol, the Hebrew underworld
    Billy Graham confused about consequences of sin
    Modern Christians believe the reward for accepting Jesus is eternity in Heaven. They also believe punishment for unforgiven sins occurs in Hell after death.3000 years ago, the Bronze Age Hebrews believed sinners suffered misfortune while they...
  • Astronomers prove the Universe is slowly dying
    Astronomers prove the Universe is slowly dying
    The known Universe shows definite signs of deterioration and progress toward a slow death based on new observations by an international group of astronomers. The death of the Universe is based on the fact that energy produced at all wavelengths of...
  • The power of fear in 'Batman Begins'
    The power of fear in 'Batman Begins'
    Following the tragic demise of his parents, Bruce Wayne withdraws into the shadows and becomes a member of an elite group of warriors known as the League of Shadows. When he discovers that his mentors are plotting to overthrow Gotham, Bruce...
  • Billy Pierce of the Chicago White Sox
    Billy Pierce squared off against Satchel Paige in an epic 11 inning showdown
    Billy Pierce, the Chicago White Sox pitching legend, passed away Friday July 31, 2015 in Palos Heights, Illinois due to complications from gallbladder cancer. He was 88.Acquired during a trade in the 1948 offseason from the Detroit Tigers for...
  • Mourners
    Mourning, fashion and the Civil War at Pasadena Museum of History
    “Darkly Adorned: Mourning and the Civil War” examines mourning dress and customs in the Civil War era in a presentation by Kevin L. Jones, offered in conjunction with Pasadena Museum of History’s Civil War-themed exhibitions, ...
  • Jeannette Cathy dies of natural causes
    Chick fil A founder's wife Jeannette Truett dies of natural causes
    With so much trouble and devastation in the world, it seems that the little celebrations in people’s lives are missed or ignored in the media. Mrs. Jeannette Truett went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday July 22, 2015. There was no...
  • Love transcends death in 'The Others'
    Love transcends death in 'The Others'
    When Grace and her two young children, who have an extreme sensitivity to light, encounter three servants who come to their home under mysterious circumstances, they begin to sense that there is something lurking in their home; a malevolent entity...
  • LeAnn Edmonds Horton: Sad death brings people together, battle with cancer over
    LeAnn Edmonds Horton death: Drama among 'RHOC' cast paused over loss to cancer
    In sad news this week, LeAnn Edmonds Horton has passed away after losing her battle with cancer. Horton is the past wife of Jim Edmonds, who is currently married to Meghan King Edmonds of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” (&ldquo...
  • Rooftop bar death: Woman leaps to her own death in tragic story, cops investigate
    Rooftop bar death: Partygoers miss woman leap 20 stories to her death, a shock
    A rooftop bar is open again following the death of a 30-year-old woman who reportedly leapt over 20 stories to the pavement below this week. News of the tragic incident came as a shock to the New York partygoers at the venue, most of whom knew...
  • Rugger Ardizoia
    Rugger Ardizoia, 95, was the oldest living New York Yankee
    Rinaldo "Rugger" Ardizoia, a pitcher who played in one game for the New York Yankees in 1947, passed away Sunday evening due to complications from a stroke. He was 95.The Italian born pitcher gained notoriety in his later years as the...
  • Hope and healing in 'Max'
    Hope and healing in 'Max'
    They say that when a person experiences an excruciating trauma, they must invariably face a journey in the aftermath of such a tragedy; a journey that will shatter their lives, challenge their emotions, and in time, allow them to heal and to live...
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    Woman burns NAACP card at rally, injured in crash after allegedly being chased
    Arlene Barnum, a Vietnam-era veteran of the U.S. Army and Republican activist who supports the Confederate battle flag, burned her lifetime membership card to the NAACP at a multi-racial unity rally to save the Linn Park Confederate Monument in...
  • Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without by N. Josefowitz
    Book about loss: Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without
    I’ve disappointed Hunter I’m sure. I requested a book so many months ago and it’s taken me a year to read it. It’s called: Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without. I looked at the cover and it had autumn on it&mdash...
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