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Except for Miss Mary’s most recent graduates, most students had gotten older, gotten married, had children (and grandchildren), gotten jobs and stepped off the dance floor. If asked, they attached “used to be” to “dancer.” That’s if any one asked. They rarely did. She started taking lessons at age 5, and by the time she was in college she was good enough to tour with P. Diddy and Janet Jackson, performing all over the world and then at the 2002 Grammy Awards. That was the day her career direction changed. “It was like something out of a Hollywood story,” Dewan said. “The person who is my manager now was watching the performance and said, I want to find her. She has potential.’ She and I had a mutual friend, and we met, and that’s how I got into acting.”Even Without Cellphones, We’re All Driven To Distraction
By Denis Horgan,
April 8, 2001
We don’t have prisons enough to take all the DWDs. Driving While Distracted. The legislature, escalating society’s popeyed and perfectly appropriate concern about knuckleheads driving while talking on cellphones, is considering expanding the offense to include other distractions upon drivers. We do not at all want our drivers distracted. We do not. John M. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York, was driving a sport utility vehicle that struck Officer Dan Picagli while he was directing traffic at a construction site. Sunday was the first day of a weeklong sales tax “holiday” on clothing and shoes priced under $300 per item. The other 51 weeks in Connecticut, shoppers can buy clothing items priced under $50 and not be charged the 6 percent sales tax. The company, which manufacturers and packages corn tortillas and gourmet tortilla chips for specialty labels, sells products to walk in customers at easy to swallow prices. A six pound bag of fresh chips costs $7; a case of 12 of the company’s Pan De Oro brand nine ounce bags is $11. Except for Miss Mary’s most recent graduates, most students had gotten older, gotten married, had children (and grandchildren), gotten jobs and stepped off the dance floor. If asked,
they attached “used to be” to “dancer.” That’s if any one asked. They rarely did.