Real Madrid look to get their second away win of the week in Seville The Whites, the only unbeaten side in the League, have won their last 12 games at San Pablo (12:30pm CET). A second away trip in a week for Real Madrid. Just a day and a half after their 66-68 win over Kaunas, they travel to Sevilla for matchday eight of ... 11/22/2014 - 8:47 pm | View Link
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Down Denver, snow stories of week The Denver Broncos suddenly are looking fragile. They need to end their November swoon quickly or even could face the possibility of not playing in January. Peyton Manning and the defending AFC champions played their two worst games in the past three weeks ... 11/22/2014 - 8:24 pm | View Link
1959: Seville's extraordinary Holy Week festival, celebrated since 1350 A.D. Since the 14th century, the festival of Semana Santa (Holy Week) is celebrated across Spain. In Christianity, Holy Week is the one-week period preceding Easter, the day believers celebrate Jesus rising from the dead. The week of observation in Seville is ... 11/22/2014 - 7:50 pm | View Link
NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Predicting the Top 25 After Week 13 One week after giving Ohio State a run for their money, the Minnesota Golden Gophers delivered a crushing blow to a fledgling Nebraska Cornhuskers team, winning 28-24 despite falling behind 21-7. Backup quarterback Mitch Leidner, who filled in for an ... 11/22/2014 - 6:19 pm | View Link
Open Education Week 2015 | Organized by Open Education ... OPEN EDUCATION WEEK - The world wants to learn MARCH 9-13, 2015 New website will be launched by mid-January 2015 11/18/2014 - 11:48 pm | View Website
Willamette Week An alternative weekly serving Portland and the Willamette valley. Covers news and culture. Concert and movie listings, classifieds, personal ads. 11/18/2014 - 4:31 pm | View Website
This Week With George Stephanopoulos Watch "This Week" on ABC every Sunday morning. "This Week" features newsmaker interviews, political news analysis and roundtable panel debates on a wide range of ... 11/18/2014 - 6:58 am | View Website
Open Access Week A global event, now in its 7th year, promoting Open Access as a new norm in scholarship and research. 11/18/2014 - 5:11 am | View Website
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Who doesn’t look back on their life with some regret? Many stories have been based on a character who reflects on the events of their life and searches for blame or some explanation for why things happen.
When he was three years old, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart sat at the clavier and harmonized in thirds. At age six, he composed his own music. Two years later, Mozart dazzled the king and queen of England with a virtuoso performance.
Tim Finch, a former political journalist for the BBC and former director of communications for the Refugee Council, has written a disturbing and blisteringly funny debut novel. “The House of Journalists” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $26) challenges the liberal pieties to which those who work with refugees — particularly young, privileged idealists — so often cling.
J. F. Powers won the National Book Award in 1960. He also wrote a raft of letters out of which his daughter, Katherine A. Powers, has constructed a sort of biography in “Suitable Accommodations: An Autobiographical Story of Family Life: The Letters of J. F. Powers, 1942 - 1963” (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $35).
“Flesh and Blood: A Scarpetta Novel” (William Morrow, $28.99) is Patricia Cornwell’s 22nd novel featuring forensic medical examiner Kay Scarpetta, so there are some assumptions that can be made at the start. She is married to FBI profiler Benton Wesley, living in Cambridge, Mass., in a beautiful and expensive 19th century house on the northern border of the Harvard University campus, working freelance for the Cambridge Forensic Center (CFC) and various other government organizations.
If a tried and true combination for representing Western Pennsylvania culture exists, one could choose few better options than football and steel mills. These products go back decades, and at a time when Pittsburgh is moving farther and farther from its industrial past, one could argue exploring the history has never been more important or potentially fascinating.