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Glass Slipper Fits the Angels at Last
New York Times - 1 hour ago
ANAHEIM, Calif., Oct. 13 It took 42 years of revisions and rewrites, piles of crumpled paper by the trash can. The original owner, the movie star Gene Autry, never quite made it work. The next owner, the Walt Disney Company, never got ...
A divine date for Angels: Rout Twins, reach first World Series Boston Herald
Angels are on cloud nine The Globe and Mail
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Miami-Denver: Most exciting regular-season game ever
ESPN - 20 minutes ago
The Miami Dolphins definitely looked impressive in their 24-22 win over the Denver Broncos. What impressed me most about the Dolphins was their poise on the road in a hostile environment. I was also impressed with Miami's persistence ...
Fiedler directs final drive with broken thumb NFL News
Madison, Surtain got Dolphins covered Palm Beach Post
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Tataurangi Sweeps Past Duval, Wins Invensys Classic Golf Tourney
Voice of America - 4 hours ago
Phil Tataurangi of New Zealand swept past fourth-round leader David Duval with five birdies on the front nine before adding five more on the back to get to 29-under-par and win the Invensys Classic golf tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Golf: Tataurangi rules supreme to secure maiden PGA tour win Stuff.co.nz
Tataurangi claims first title Ananova
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Bandleader-composer Ray Conniff dies at 85
CNN - 1 hour ago
Ray Conniff, the composer, trombone player and bandleader who won a Grammy Award for his recording of the "Dr. Zhivago" theme "Somewhere My Love," has died. He was 85.
Bandleader Ray Conniff dead News Interactive
Ray Conniff, bandleader, composer who wrote theme to 'Dr. Zhivago' dies at 85 Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Band Of Brothers author Stephen Ambrose dies
Toronto Star - 50 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS Stephen E. Ambrose, whose bestselling books made aging Second World War veterans hometown heroes again, died early yesterday after a battle with cancer. He was 66.
Stephen Ambrose Dies at 66 New York Times
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Love and the Single Misfit in a Topsy-Turvy World
New York Times - 1 hour ago
No frogs fall from the sky in "Punch-Drunk Love," Paul Thomas Anderson's new movie, the centerpiece of this year's terrific New York Film Festival. You may recall that "Magnolia," the director's three-and-a-half-hour millennial collage ...
Dragon holds on to box office Toronto Star
Punch-Drunk Love a TKO UIC Today
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