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Share Tools While Bill Spooner, former CIO at San Diego-based Sharp HealthCare, currently lives in what some would consider paradise, he has other plans for his retirement. "I'll be living in Eastern Tennessee," Spooner said. "Rolling countryside."
Businessman Terry Spooner, 42, criticised the UK benefits culture which has led to local drivers preferring to take Government handouts instead of getting a job. He turned to employing Romanian and Bulgarian drivers 18 months ago because he said no
He lived in New Bedford for most of his life and moved to Florida 7 years ago. He is survived by his wife; 3 daughters, Debra Medeiros, Cindy Sarkes, and Patricia Raposo; 6 grandchildren, and one great-grandson.
Ian McKellen, left, and Patrick Stewart in No Man's Land.' (Photo by Joan Marcus) Let's get this part out of the way: Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart are very good, every bit as good as you hope. These accomplished vetstwo Brits, two legends, two
For those who crave more than a single dose of ennui onstage, rejoice: The theater gods have given you two inscrutably postmodern classics this season. They've also been so kind as to throw in a pair of theater gods. An existential double bill of "No
The one time a year when it's practically mandatory to scare the crap out of little children. Filmmaker Ken Spooner sought to take advantage of this seasonal loophole, and dressed up as the Grim Reaper with the intent to frighten trick-or-treaters as
CMC chief market analyst Ric Spooner said the market had taken its cue from official figures which showed manufacturing activity expanded in the UK and the euro zone in August. The figures followed better than expected Chinese manufacturing figures
15 August 2013 0 View comments When most of us go to the beach, the best souvenir we can hope for is sand in our shoes and maybe a shell or two. But for one little boy it was a little more exciting when a snail emerged from his knee following a trip
You know what it's like when you're in a room with the light on and then suddenly the light goes out?" asks one character midway through Harold Pinter's No Man's Land , now in production at Berkeley Rep. "I'll show you. It's like this," he says,
Performed by classical masters Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart in the new Berkeley Rep pre-Broadway run production, the sinuous dialogue ripples like the poetic verse Pinter wrote in his youth. A sad, mysterious comedy, the 1975 play has held a