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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Aaron Carter
Life may not be such a party anymore for Aaron Carter, who has revealed he has debts of $2.2 million and a $2,000-per-month salary.
Aaron Carter, younger brother of the blond Backstreet Boy, Nick, found himself in a 1990s boy band turf war in Boston on Saturday night after, he claims, fans of New Kids on the Block jumped him.
Nick Carter isn't only writing songs, he's written a book.
Singer Leslie Carter, the sister of Aaron Carter and former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, has died in upstate New York. She was 25.
The moment Indiana State's name flashed alongside Syracuse's on the TV screen, the first thing that popped into Orange forward Kris Joseph's head was Larry Bird.
Jake Kelly sees the reminders of Indiana State's basketball past all around campus.
"I've been living a different lifestyle," Mr. Carter said last month, The Huffington Post reported
"It's true, I got ... jumped last night. But I'm a soldier. ... Errrrr," he said. "I'm a 6th degree black belt in Muay Thai. They lost."