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I like sports, but they have simply been a source of entertainment not a way of life or place to find inspiration. In spending time with Coach I have learned that beyond the activity and players, lies a group of people so inspiring I have been
Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for news and conversation. Mark Ovaska for The New York Times Steven Goldblatt, a co-owner, with the fresh, sparingly topped pies. Mark Ovaska for The New York Times Mr. Toto passes pizzas out to Anthony
Wandering past was the Art Basel mob, thousands of people moving from mural to mural, gallery to gallery, reveling in the neighborhood's nooks and crannies: looking, buying and, just as invaluable, creating word spreading the word. This 10-year-old
September 12, 2012 The intricate Conceptualist drawings of Mark Lombardi attempted to map the vast, convoluted networks of money and power behind the likes of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International scandal or the Iran-contra affair.
General Manager Dean Lombardi believed he had thought of everything as his team trekked east to play the New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Final ...Ever since Marty McSorley was caught with an illegal stick late in Game 2 of the 1993 Final, the
Barnes & Noble says Chief Financial Officer Joseph Lombardi has resigned and the company is starting a search to replace him. Lombardi will stay on with the company until mid-2012 to assist in the transition.
A former San Ramon police officer caught up in a federal corruption probe bought two stolen guns with state funds and filled out bogus paperwork to cover his tracks, according to newly unsealed court documents. Louis Lombardi, 39, was an agent with
That appears to be the case with the plan for Bundy Village & Medical Park, which earlier this year prompted street protests, petition drives and hundreds of "Fight Bundy Village" lawn signs from Westchester to Pacific Palisades. The Los Angeles
Buon giorno! (That's "good day" or "hello" in Italian.) The Italians invented pizza as we know it today, in southern Italy, in a city called Naples. Pizza in the 1700s, though, probably tasted a little different. It was made with just a few
Texas defensive end Brian Orakpo won the Rotary Lombardi Award on Wednesday night, the first Longhorn to take home the trophy in 24 years. Orakpo is the first Houston native to win the Lombardi, awarded by the city's Rotary Club to the nation's top