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Cope , SC
(803) 531-9911
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Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Tea Table” ceramics, featuring teapots, bowls, cups and more, in conjunction with the Ikebana exhibit. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Scope Gallery, Studio 19, 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Free. 703-548-6288 or “Rust Reconstructed,” archival inkjet prints by Pete McCutchen. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, through next Thursday, Northern Virginia Community College, Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery, 3001 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria. Free. 703-845-6200. “Rural Connections” exhibit, small landscape paintings by Pattee Hipschen. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturdays (until 9 p.m. Thursdays), noon-6 p.m. Sundays, through July 2, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery, Room 21, 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Free. 703-683-...

Bluegrass legend, banjo innovator Earl Scruggs dies at age 88

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Flatt and Scruggs became symbols of traditional country music. In the 1982 interview, Scruggs said "Bonnie and Clyde" and "The Beverly Hillbillies" broadened the scope of bluegrass and country music "more than anything I can put my finger on. Both were hits in so many countries." Scruggs also wrote an instructional book, "Earl Scruggs and the Five String Banjo." In 1992, Scruggs was among 13 recipients of a National Medal of Art. "I never in my wildest dreams thought of rewards and presentations," he said. "I appreciate those things, especially this one." Louise Scruggs, his wife of 57 years, died in 2006. He is survived by two songs, Gary and Randy. Gary Scruggs says funeral arrangements are incomplete. (The Commercial Appeal)

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
CLASS AAA Upper State Southside 66, Wade Hampton 60 SOUTHSIDE (66): Anderson 2, Jawun Evans 28, Burton 7, Qua Copeland 15, Sloan 1, Young 2, Pinson 4, Velverton 6. WADE HAMPTON (60): Shun Fulton 14, Megik Henderson 10, Brian Steele 22, Cousar 8, Anderson 3, Bickley 3. Half: WH 30-28. Records: Southside 18-9, WH 20-8. Lower State Hartsville 60, Lower Richland 46 CLASS AA Upper State Newberry 75, Lee Central 44 NEWBERRY (75): Wilson 9, Booker 9, M. J. Wise 10, Reeder 7, Kahdem Braylow 16, Jalin Alexander 11...

Rupert Cornwell: Why Republicans need another Ike to lead them - The Independent

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
America's problems, is now ranked by many historians as one of the most admirable of modern presidents. Jean Edward Smith in Eisenhower in War and Peace lauds Ike's role as Supreme Commander as he coped with the giant political egos of Roosevelt and Churchill above him, and the barely smaller ones of Montgomery, Patton and other subordinate generals. But it is Eisenhower's presidency that really comes into focus. The accomplishments include the protection and expansion of social security, the creation of the interstate highway network, the founding of Nasa, and the racial integration of the military and of public schools. He ended the Korean War, and put a stop to the Anglo-French adventure at Suez. Yes, he made mistakes, such as his failure to take on Joseph McCarthy, the U-2 affair, and his support for the 1953 coup to overthrow Mossadegh in Iran which, to this day, stokes Iranian animosity to the US. But after Korea, not a single American soldier died in action while he was in the White House. No one understands the horrors of war better than an old soldier; had he been president in 2001, Ike would have struck back at Afghanistan after 9/11, but he would never have blundered into a pre-emptive attack on Iraq. Today, the Fifties have an imaginary golden aura of prosperity, simplicity and national concord. But part of that was due to Ike, as he took care to balance the budget, and work as smoothly with the Democrats in Congress as he did with the politicians and generals in the Second World War. And when he left office in 1961, he made that prophetic warning about the growth of the military-industrial complex, that now rings truer than ever. Half a century after he left office, Republicans don't talk much about Eisenhower. Instead, they swear eternal fealty to Ronald Reagan. But what they surely need right now is another Eisenhower. Of course, he would be far too moderate for them – Eisenhower Republicans are as rare a species as One Nation Tories. Wednesday saw what was probably the last 2012 candidates' debate. It was a real debate to be sure, but it did not break the pattern of this primary season – an insane stampede to the right, the quest to be the most perfect conservative of all, the insistence on a purity of faith St Ron himself could never asp...

Royal Raymond Rife: Into the Micro Beyond - San Diego Reader

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
On August 12, 1971, the San Diego Union printed an obituary: “Dr. Royal R. Rife, 83, an optics engineer who invented a high-power microscope, was buried yesterday at Mt. Hope Cemetery. Rife had worked on his optical inventions since coming to San Diego from Nebraska in 1906. His home was at 3555 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa. He left no survivors.” There was more to his story than that. A lot more, some say. One of them, Christopher Bird, claims that Rife took science “into the micro-beyond.” In the summer of 1934, Dr. Milbank J...

James C. Gardner (Cam) - Corning Leader

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Mike Zarnecki of Elkland, PA; eight grandchildren Austin Gardner, Eliana, Jimmy, and Avonlea Piper, Alexander Francisco, Kaley Walker, Catrina Pettit, and Audriana Davis; four sisters, Wendy Copenhaver, Corning, NY, Michelle Abrams, Elkland, PA, Leigh Anne Humphrey, LeRoy, NY, and Lesley Gardner-Watkins, Addison, NY; several nieces and nephews, friends, and pets.The family invites all family and friends to a celebration of his life on Friday, February 17th at The Marigold Manner, Main Street, Elkland, PA at 6:00.  Please come and share memories, tears, and laughs with all who loved and cared for him.  If possible, though NOT necessary, the family would appreciate it if you could bring a bite or drink to share.A complete obituary is online at  Arrangements are in care of the Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland.

The Super Bowl: The greatest show on turf - The Independent

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
Steelers had his hair insured by Head & Shoulders for $1m last year. 8 The Lucas Oil stadium, which hosts this year's Super Bowl, will be expanded from its usual 63,000 capacity to 70,000 to cope with the demands of hosting t...

Scripps marks decade of its 'new quest' era - U-T San Diego

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
The La Jolla institution, part of UC San Diego, was nearing its 100th anniversary, and the Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation was designed to expand its scope by addressing threats such as pollution, overfishing and climate change. The idea was to forge new links with faculty and students in economics and other social sciences while remaining rooted in biological and ecological sciences. At the time, marine ecologist Nancy Knowlton envisioned a center that would not only mak...

Scripps Oceanography's Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Toasts ... - Scripps Oceanography News

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
California, San Diego, is one of the oldest, largest and most important centers for global science research and education in the world. Now in its second century of discovery, the scientific scope of the institution has grown to include biological, physical, chemical, geological, geophysical and atmospheric studies of the earth as a system. Hundreds of research programs covering a wide range of scientific areas are under way today in 65 countries. The institution has a staff of about 1,400, and annual expenditures of approximately $170 million from federal, state and private sources. Scrip...

SARAH B. FURNAS, HEALTH-LITERACY PIONEER | Philadelphia Daily News | 2012-01-06 - Philadelphia Daily News

Tue, Jan 10, 2012
After all, if you can't comprehend the meaning of disease descriptions and ways to cope with them, or how to take your medicine safely, you could be in serious trouble. That's where the Health Promotion Council, which Sarah Boardman Furnas co-founded, comes to the rescue. "Sarah introduced me to the concept of health literacy," said Robert Groves, co-founder of the council, "and pounded aw...

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