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Out this week is the teen thriller "Prom Night." It's said to be a remake of the Jamie Lee Curtis original that was made back in 1980, but this 2008 version only has a psycho killer and the backdrop of prom in common. The rest of the story seems to be different.
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As one measure we're taking to ramp up our high school football coverage this year, we produced season preview videos for each of the S.C. High School League and SCISAA schools in our coverage area.
The videos are embedded in the preview stories for their respective teams, and you can also find them here.
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We have one of the longest seasons on earth. Hunting is ingrained in the local culture, and people from all over flock to the Lowcountry to hunt.
Out now is the family comedy, "College Road Trip." Martin Lawrence stars as James Porter, the Chicago police chief who has had a heavy eye on his daughter Melanie (Raven-Symon
So the Chinese had a precious, pig-tailed, camera-ready little girl lip-synch "Ode to the Motherland" during the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics because the "crooked tooth" girl with the actual singing voice wasn't adorable enough to represent their nation.
How terrible! How dare they! Those monsters!
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This Associated Press story tells how the behemoth helps small growers, like Mennonites in Virginia:
The demand for what small-scale farmers have to offer is burgeoning.
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You might be wondering about the level of play you'll see if you make the short drive out to Hardeeville's Richard Gray Baseball Complex this spring for USC Beaufort's inaugural baseball season.
Well, here's an indication it might be a higher level than you would expect. Or at least you ought to get your money's worth out of the pitchers.
Although this might not be a comprehensive list, I've come across a handful of former players from the (Florida) Sun Conference (the name change still isn't official) who are playing professional baseball -- most of them pitchers.