Rock Music Artists
Moving into a new reality, one road show at a time (Denver Post)
Most platinum-selling rock stars favor the big cities over the smaller markets such as Flint, Mich.; Troy, N.Y.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Joplin, Mo.; and St. Charles, Mo.
Faith calendar (Detroit News)
Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10:30 a.m. Sundays: traditional Lutheran worship. 1450 McKinstry St., Detroit. (313) 554-3728.
City to respond to purported cop torture settlement (Chicago Tribune)
A federal judge today gave the City of Chicago until March 22 to respond in writing to claims it has reneged on a settlement in the case of three men who have sued over police torture involving former Police Cmdr. Jon Burge.
Obituaries for Friday, February 23 (Greenville Herald-Banner)
Bonnie Ellis, 53, died Feb. 21, 2007, at Presbyterian Hospital of Greenville. Servics are pending with Lynch Funeral Service. James L. Williams, 83, of Quinlan died Feb. 20, 2007, at Greencrest Manor. Funeral services are at 2 p.m. today at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home chapel.
Symphony soloist excels in two musical genres (San Mateo County Times)
ELECTRIC-GUITAR gods, move aside. Make way for Karl Spiker, 17, of Redwood City. He plays in the classic-rock jam band Suspended Fifths, turning out airy, melodic solos with ease and confidence.
Events calendar, Feb. 22-March 3 (Kansas City Star)
CROWN CENTER ICE TERRACE: Outdoor ice skating rink. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. 2450 Grand. $6. Skate rental available, $2. www.crowncenter.com (816-274-8411)
Calendars for Feb. 22 (Kansas City Star)
ALLEGRO COMMUNITY CHILDREN?S CHOIR: Spring concert. 4 p.m. March 4. Village Presbyterian Church. Free. www.allegrocc.com (913-422-0469)
Local, State Briefs: Man in video questioned, cleared in woman's killing (Tul...
SAPULPA -- A man sought by police for questioning in the Feb. 4 killing of a woman at a motel has been released and is not a suspect, authorities said Wednesday.
Calendar of events (Star-Gazette)
Friday BOOKS ?BOOKS SANDWICHED IN: "THE BEECHER SISTERS," BY BARBARA A. WHITE, 12:10 p.m., Steele Memorial Library, 101 E. Church St., Elmira. Review by Mark Fleisher. Lunch available 11:45 a.m. Program canceled if school is closed due to inclement weather. 733-9174.
Archaeological Find in Italy Spurs Quest for True Love (PR Web)
The recent archaeological discovery in Italy of an ancient couple locked in an eternal embrace should spur some romantic action, if not the passing of yet another Valentine's day alone. Read this press release and pick up all the tools needed to achieve success in the romance arena. (PRWeb Feb 21, 2007)
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