The first Thanksgiving I can remember, I threw up five minutes before the annual family picture. I’m forever immortalized on Grandma’s wall with a napkin in my hand and secondhand mashed potatoes on my shoes.
On behalf of this discount airline today, I’d like to extend a warm welcome aboard to all our students, starving artists and young parents with screaming children. You paid less than the price of a good meal to be here, and we’re very happy to have you.
It was sometime after the second bar, sometime before the first round of late-night waffles, that we opted to cut through the side alleyway in downtown Brussels. And that was when they ran into each other.
Tucked at the end of a cobblestone street, just around the bend from the Houses of Parliament, an aged pub sits like any other. Inside, a heavy, dusty bell sits in the shadows. Waiting.
The day speculation began that U.S. residents might be among the gunmen in Kenya, my usually jovial professor turned serious.
The bus wasn’t coming. Twenty minutes later, it still wasn’t coming. And I was late.
The guy in the bar asked my name, what I did for a living and then proceeded easily into the next topic of small talk. “Where are you from?”
I had barely been back in town two hours this summer when one of my new superiors turned to look me squarely in the eye.
With legal charges against P.J. Hairston dismissed, questions about whether the North Carolina shooting guard will be eligible to play next season have risen to the forefront of the discussion.
Graduation is the busiest weekend of the year for Franklin Street’s Sugarland Bakery, with more than 100 custom-made cakes baked and decorated in time to celebrate the big day.
North Carolina shooting guard P.J. Hairston was cleared of all charges stemming from his June 5 arrest, a Durham court clerk said Monday.
Sophomore guard P.J. Hairston was arrested last night and charged with marijuana possession.