In this Oct. 9, 2013, file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle, right, watches his team warm up for Game 5 of a NL baseball division series between the Pirates and the St. Louis Cardinals in St. Louis. Hurdle has won the NL Manager of the Year award after guiding the Pirates to the playoffs in their first winning season since 1992. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File) by Mike FitzpatrickAP Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) – Clint Hurdle won the NL Manager of the Year award Tuesday after guiding the Pittsburgh Pirates to the playoffs in their first winning season since 1992. Hurdle was a runaway winner, selected first on 25 of 30 ballots from a Baseball Writers’ Association of America panel. Don Mattingly of the Los Angeles Dodgers came in second and Fredi Gonzalez of the Atlanta Braves finished third.
Daily Archive: November 13, 2013
‘All My Children’ star Debbi Morgan (Photo: Dario Cantatore/Invision/AP) by Alan Duke LOS ANGELES (CNN) — Daytime soap “All My Children” may have finally reached the end of its run, according to an actress on the show. The iconic drama, which moved from television to the Internet after ABC canceled it, will not return for a second online season, Debbi Morgan tweeted this week.
Education activist Malala Yousafzai accepts The Women of the Year Fund Honoree Award on stage at the 2013 Glamour Women of the Year Awards on on Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 in New York. (Photo by Brad Barket/Invision /AP Images) by Jocelyn NoveckAP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) — There was a flamboyant pop star. A legendary singer. A TV star, some supermodels, and one of the world’s most powerful philanthropists. Even a former secretary of state who may soon be running for president. But of all the prominent women who appeared onstage Monday night at the Glamour Women of the Year awards, no one received more acclaim and adoration than a teenager whom no one had heard of little more than a year ago — 16-year-old Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai. “We love you, Malala!” shouted a group of young girls from a high balcony in Carnegie Hall, where the annual event was held. The teenager blew back a kiss, and proceeded to give an impassioned speech.
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by Aubrey Lynch “Black” people are not Black and “White” people are not White. The terms are used by ruling classes around the globe as an indicator of who is to be favored and who is to be used or discarded. In Thailand, those who work in the fields are by consequence, darker than those who work inside buildings. Those who are genetically of fairer skin are selected for office work while the dark people are relegated to the fields.
Dr. Jason Johnson The Miami Dolphins have managed to put themselves into the national consciousness again, without even so much as making the playoffs. The abuse suffered by offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, at the hands of his teammate Richie Incognitio has managed to jump from the sports pages to regular talk on morning shows and suddenly you’ve got people who haven’t watched a snap in years and didn’t realize that there was any professional sports team in Miami that didn’t have LeBron James on it talking about bullying, hazing, racism and NFL locker room culture.