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Topic - Paul Brown
Jay Z brought his 40/40 Club to the world's busiest airport on Wednesday, with the opening the swanky bar's third location.
The Cincinnati Bengals haven't been anywhere near the vanguard of the NFL for two decades now, a stretch that began not coincidentally when club founder Paul Brown died and son Mike took over.
The Cincinnati Bengals haven't been anywhere near the vanguard of the NFL for two decades now, a stretch that began not coincidentally when club founder Paul Brown died and his son Mike took over.
When Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell fired legendary coach Paul Brown in 1963, little Condoleezza Rice, growing up in the segregated South, threw a fit.
The Cleveland Browns are paying homage to their rich past.
STAUNTON, Va. (AP) — A growing workplace ministry is providing spiritual support to workers at factories, hospitals, and police and fire stations.
Airport concessions director Paul Brown said there are plans to create a VIP lounge area of the club, separate from the sports bar - at 1,500 square feet - on a different floor.
The lounge is expected to open in the late fall, Brown said.