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Two years to the day after Sheely sustained a fatal head injury during football practice, his family filed a wrongful death lawsuit Thursday against the NCAA, coach Tom Rogish and several others.
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Denver Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley was remembered Monday as a model teammate with a body-shaking laugh that could provide much-needed breaks from locker room tension.
Two recently released first novels by young authors offer vividly distinctive voices. Yael Goldstein's Overture (Doubleday, $24.95, 293 pages) is told by Tasha Darsky, a world renowned violinist and composer and the mother of a daughter as talented and headstrong as she is. Their clash and the memories it precipitates are the core of her story.
he holds a Ph.D. (and often quotes the lines from Dante that provide the book's title).