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SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) Dragons will be dancing, paraders will be parading and onlookers will be enjoying a variety of events today and... [Read More]
After South Korea landed the 1988 Summer Olympics, North Korean leaders decided to host their own major international event. The 1989 World Festival of Youth... [Read More]
After South Korea was awarded the 1988 Summer Olympics, North Korean leaders decided to boycott and host their own event. This week on Only A... [Read More]
Friendships can make a band like Bananarama. But they can also break it when one member is at odds with the others. That's what happened... [Read More]
It didn't seem like the craziest idea. After all, prior Olympic Games had included tug-of-war and ski ballet, even an ill-fated push for motor boating.... [Read More]
Burnett is a 1988 Brownwood graduate... [Read More]
In a late night gold medal game versus the Canadians, the USA Women's Olympic hockey team took the gold medal for the first time since... [Read More]
Larry Nance Sr. starred for Cleveland from 1988-94... [Read More]
A service is set for this weekend to honor the life of Harrisburg's first black police chief. Alexander Whitlock had a big influence on the... [Read More]
Auburn is such a nice, quiet place. But beneath that small-town exterior lurks plenty of Halloween horror lore, just waiting to spring to life on... [Read More]
LOS ANGELES—Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) released on Feb. 21 the following statement on the 30th anniversary of the Artsakh Liberation Movement. 'We Are Our Mountains'... [Read More]
Rose Harper speaks with News4's Erika Gonzalez about leading the first-ever African-American youth delgation to the Olympics to study the behind-the-scenes business of the 1988... [Read More]
After meeting on the dance floor in 1988, the Fischerspooner and REM singers have spent three decades changing queer music history. [Read More]
Jean Shepard sang at ROPE's open house, Waylon Jennings sang for Easter Seals benefit and songwriters honored by BMI at Million-Airs event in Feb. '88... [Read More]
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Critics voiced outrage Thursday that Iran's justice minister will travel to Geneva next week to address the UN's top human rights body despite facing Swiss... [Read More]
Purno Sangma, Chief Minister of Meghalaya from 1988-1990, died in March 2016. His younger son Conrad replaced him as MP in the by-election. [Read More]
A tie-breaking race was all that stood between East Germany's Christa Rothenburger-Luding and a medal that would earn her a singular place in the Olympic... [Read More]
When he came to Washington & Jefferson College in 1988 his charge was to promote, build and operate an efficient and successful swimming and diving... [Read More]
This is a 1988 photo of Groveland's Mobil Service Station, across Main Street from the Iron Door Saloon. You remember those places, where full service... [Read More]