Monthly Archives: June 2017

Allen Iverson’s fun BIG3 shows its appeal and why it’s in trouble – New York Post


Allen Iverson's fun BIG3 shows its appeal and why it's in trouble
New York Post
“It was fun for the fans. That was the whole objective. That's why I wanted to do this and go around from city to city and be around my fans. I think it was a great atmosphere, and I really think it's only going to get better.” With Iverson gone, the ...

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A major activist investor is taking on the biggest food company in the world – Business Insider


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A major activist investor is taking on the biggest food company in the world
Business Insider
(Reuters) - Activist investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC on Sunday unveiled a more than 1 percent stake in Switzerland's Nestle SA and urged the world's largest packaged foods maker to improve its margins, buy back stock and shed non-core businesses.

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St. Louis PrideFest parade brings color, music, fun to downtown – STLtoday.com


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St. Louis PrideFest parade brings color, music, fun to downtown
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Paradegoers catch beads at the St. Louis PrideFest parade on Sunday, June 25, 2017. Photo by Cristina M. Fletes, cfletes@post-dispatch.com. Cristina M. Fletes. PrideFest parade. Buy Now. Kylea Perkins, 16, of Creve Coeur, poses for a picture at the St.

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Summer of fun: Upcoming neighborhood events – Chron.com


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Summer of fun: Upcoming neighborhood events
Chron.com
June 29. Men's grooming salon to open in Friendswood. What: Boardroom Salon for Men's grand opening celebration with Friendswood Chamber of Commerce. Where: 18724 I-45 South, Friendswood. When: 5-7 p.m. Ribbon cutting at 5:30 p.m..

Tarrant Area Food Bank needs $500000 to complete renovation work – Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth Star Telegram

Tarrant Area Food Bank needs $500000 to complete renovation work
Fort Worth Star Telegram
The nonprofit is launching a $7.5 million renovation of its Regional Distribution Center, located at 2600 Cullen St. in Fort Worth, to expand its ability to provide food. Most of the funds have already been raised, but the food bank needs $500,000 to ...

Annual Mama’s Fun Day in the Park may be no more – Pueblo Chieftain


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Annual Mama's Fun Day in the Park may be no more
Pueblo Chieftain
"This may be the final Mama's Fun Day in the Park," said Melissa Alcon, who along with her father Floyd Jaramillo annually organizes the day in honor of her late mother, Mary "Mama" Jaramillo. "The support is just not coming in anymore. Everybody talks ...

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Politicians not all fun and cheers at the parade – SFGate


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Politicians not all fun and cheers at the parade
SFGate
Pakistan fuel truck blast kills more than 150 · Politicians not all fun and cheers at the parade - Photo. Politicians not all fun and cheers at the parade · China landslide decimates village - Photo. China landslide decimates village · Istanbul Pride ...

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Music, family and fun at Barnum parade – CT Post


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Music, family and fun at Barnum parade
CT Post
http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Music-family-and-fun-at-Barnum-parade-11245856.php. Music, family and fun at Barnum parade. By Amanda Cuda. Published 5:34 pm, Sunday, June 25, 2017. Sophia Dunkin, 4 of Bridgeport, at the Barnum Festival Great ...

Couples wins American Family Insurance Championship – pgatour.com


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Couples wins American Family Insurance Championship
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The fan favorite put together a stellar final-round 6-under 66 to win the American Family Insurance Championship by 2 shots over Scott Verplank in Madison, Wisconsin. It's Couples' 13th victory and 25th top-2 finish in 85 starts on PGA TOUR Champions.
Fred Couples races off with the title at the American Family Insurance ChampionshipGolfDigest.com
Fred Couples wins American Family Insurance ChampionshipGolfweek.com

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Kailana Koether: Fundraiser started for family – The Journal News | LoHud.com


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Kailana Koether: Fundraiser started for family
The Journal News | LoHud.com
Close friends of the Nyack High School student who died suddenly last week have started a fundraising campaign to help her family with funeral expenses. The effort, which kicked off Saturday, had raised over $7,000 from more than 120 people as of ...