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Texas Just three months after Kenbriel Hearn emerged from a coma, the 18-year-old football star scored the most memorable touchdown of his life. The senior at Memphis High School suffered two strokes caused by a bleeding mass on his brain and spent
Just three months after Kenbriel Hearn emerged from a coma, the 18-year-old football star scored the most memorable touchdown of his life. The senior at Memphis High School suffered two strokes caused by a bleeding mass on his brain and spent three
The three men stood in Julie Nelson's bedroom in the early hours of Sept. 29, 2009...And to her horror, according to investigators, Julie Nelson recognized one of the killers her own stepson, Andrew Nelson. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday
EDT Last updated on Tuesday, Jul. 16, 2013 08:53AM EDT Like many Canadians coast to coast, I could barely breathe while watching the conclusion to the John Deere Classic on Sunday. In the end, the phenomenal 19-year-old Jordan Spieth prevailed in the
Why study anime? the author of this study of anime asks himself...Why indeed study a pop art whose appeal is less to thought than to mass, unreflecting, spontaneous enjoyment? Collaborative Creativity and Japan's Media Success Story, by Ian Condry.
The Providence Country Club member still finds time to play at least once a week. Hearn started playing when he was 58, after he finished his reserve duty with the military. He's not a spectacular golfer, though, usually scoring in the mid-90s. On
Donald Keene, a prominent scholar of Japanese literature who last year became a Japanese citizen, has adopted the shamisen player Seiki Uehara as his son, Keene revealed on Monday in a talk he gave in Niigata. According to Seiki, 62, the talk of
Richie played a pivotal role in introducing the director Yasujiro Ozu to foreign audiences and curated, in 1963, the first international Ozu retrospective, at the Berlin film festival. In 1983, he received the first Kawakita award, for individuals or
Donald Richie, a U.S. expert on Japan who came to the country with the military just after World War Two and introduced classic film directors such as Akira Kurosawa to the West, died on Tuesday...Richie had suffered from several years of poor health
Mr. Richie had been in poor health for several years, said Christopher Blasdel, a longtime friend of Mr. Richie. He said Mr. Richie died at the University of Tokyo Hospital, where he had been taken after his heart stopped at his apartment in Tokyo.