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For almost 30 years he and his wife Lyn have run a Brahman cattle stud on Tangalooma a 460-hectare property on the Condamine River at Brigalow in Queensland's western Darling Downs. They have been successful both at the saleyard and in the show ring.
9 October 2013 2 View comments A new breed of black tomatoes which have the potential to keep cancer at bay has been grown for the first time in the UK. The jet-black fruit is among the first in the world to contain anthocyanins, an anti-oxidant
September 26, 2013 Dizzy Gillespie Dizzy's Big 4 OJC 1975/2013 Concord Music Group kicked off their Pablo Records 40th anniversary celebration with the releases of John Coltrane: Afro Blue Impressions (Pablo, 1963/2013) and Sarah Vaughan:
Ray Brown knows each of the 80 steps that wind in a corkscrew up the 60-foot tower of the Strawberry Butte Lookout. In 2011, he manned the tower full time. "This was my home," Brown said. "I love it up here." While working as the fire lookout at
Bullying, being called snitch' drives Georgia boy, 13, to suicide Devin Brown had reported a classmate who threatened to kill a teacher with a knife. After the incident, he was bullied mercilessly at Rothschild Middle School in Columbus, Ga. COM
More than 50 people gathered Sunday evening for the first Super Bowl celebration Encounter Church and theGathering Church hosted together. The churches provided grilled hot dogs and hamburgers, while everyone else brought food like chips and dip,
The central messages in the Bible remain valid, despite the confusing, arcane and seemingly contradictory passages to be found in it, said Ray Brown, pastor of The Gathering Church in Evansville. "If you are cynical and critical, you will find what
Timothy Ray Brown, who is known as "The Berlin Patient" because of where he was treated, and Dr. Gero Hutter made their first joint appearance in the U.S. on Wednesday when Hutter spoke at a symposium on gene therapy at Washington University in St...
Stan Getz was not just the man whose sax could conjure up the lapping of waves on a Rio beach (his contribution to the 1960s jazz -samba craze), and this live set from in Zurich in 1960 catches him swinging hard as well as tenderly stroking the
The life and music of jazz bassist Ray Brown will be featured in a Multi-Media Tribute by Vail Jazz Festival artist John Clayton in September. Special to the Daily Musicians playing in New Orleans-style brass bands in the late 19th and early 20th