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May 15, 2008
Halfway though a box of popcorn, she dies in her true love?s arms while trying to run away from abusive parents. The audience is breathless and silent. On the big screen, he?s in agony, crying. I look down the row from me to notice most of the faces I see have the exact same expression as her ?true love? on the big screen. They were mirroring his emotion. Our human brains are programmed for empathy because of mirror neutrons. Researchers at UCLA found that cells in the frontal part of our brains will fire automatically when we?
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April 1, 2011
Gordon Lewis Roberts II, 85, passed away peacefully just after receiving holy communion, on Wednesday March 2, 2011.  Gordon was born in Poultney, VT in September 1925, the youngest child of five to Catherine and Gordon L. Roberts.     Gordon proudly served in the Navy during World War II, as a Gunners Mate.  After the war, he Graduated from the University of Vermont in Burlington.  Gordon married Elenore Hunziker on January 31, 1948 in New York.  Elenore, the love of his life, passed away in 2000, after 52 years of marriage.
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February 14, 2008
There is plethora of literature in the Muslim world that covers the topic of love, both contemporary and traditional. Compared to western traditions, love is addressed more comprehensively in Muslim traditions. There are volumes of spiritual poetry that cover the love of God, faith and religious leaders like the Prophet Mohammed. Mawl{amacronl}n{amacronl} Jal{amacronl}l-ad-D{imacronl}n Muhammad R{umacronl}m{imacronl}, known simply as Rumi, is referred to as the ?most popular poet in America.
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February 14, 2008
There is plethora of literature in the Muslim world that covers the topic of love, both contemporary and traditional. Compared to western traditions, love is addressed more comprehensively in Muslim traditions. There are volumes of spiritual poetry that cover the love of God, faith and religious leaders like the Prophet Mohammed. Mawl{amacronl}n{amacronl} Jal{amacronl}l-ad-D{imacronl}n Muhammad R{umacronl}m{imacronl}, known simply as Rumi, is referred to as the ?most popular poet in America.
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July 1, 2004
...wrong! I am a third generation resident of La Cañada, and a longtime reader of the Valley Sun. My grandfather, Johnny Button, was the original photographer for the paper and many of my family members continue to reside here. The paper has served the community very well. It promoted the common good of this community, and it was obvious to the reader the editor and publisher, the Great Joe DuPlain, had true love for this town. The Valley Sun has been a loyal reporter of the three most important things in town, a fact that is well appreciated given the power of the news media to deconstruct the lives of families, which is the glue that holds communities together.
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By Charly Shelton | May 18, 2006
Yet another remake for summer audiences in "The Omen." The 1976 original stared Gregory Peck and Lee Remick as parents of the son with an unusual birth mark, "666." The story continued with the small boy causing death and destruction as he grew through that film and several sequels. This story has Leiv Schreiber and Julia Stiles as the little devil's parents. It also has an added bonus of starring Mia Farrow, who knows a little something about birthing the devil since portrayed the mom of one in "Rosemary's Baby."
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By By Charly Shelton | November 17, 2005
The holiday season starts with a romance by Jane Austin, "Pride and Prejudice." This version in general release on November 25, stars Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet and Matthew Mac Fadyen as Mr. Darcy. On November 18th, Warner Brothers is releasing one of the most anticipated films of the year: "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire." The fourth installment in the young wizards adventures at Hogwarts School for witchcraft and wizardry. This year, Harry enters a Wizarding tournament, and tries to unravel a conspiracy at the school, all while avoiding the new teacher, Mad-eye Moody.
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By Rebecca Villalpando | December 3, 2009
?New Moon? is every teenage girl?s dream: hot guys, epic romance, and a little danger. It sounds a bit corny when put like that; however, when masked behind the flowery prose in the novel, the story comes off as a heart-breaking tale of true, undying love. This is the problem with ?New Moon? as a movie: it is easy for those who haven?t read the book to mock it, and even fans ? like myself ? can?t help but crack a smile when images of the lead characters frolicking through a meadow flash across the screen.
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By Diana Olson | February 25, 2010
This is a story that was recently shared with me. If you know the author, I would like to give credit. I think that this story may inspire us to be better people and better citizens. All of us can learn by examples. This would also be a wonderful story for your children to read. At a fundraising dinner for a school that serves children with learning disabilities, the father of one of the students delivered a speech that would never be forgotten by all who attended. After extolling the school and its dedicated staff, he offered a question: ?
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April 1, 2011
Gordon Lewis Roberts II, 85, passed away peacefully just after receiving holy communion, on Wednesday March 2, 2011.  Gordon was born in Poultney, VT in September 1925, the youngest child of five to Catherine and Gordon L. Roberts.     Gordon proudly served in the Navy during World War II, as a Gunners Mate.  After the war, he Graduated from the University of Vermont in Burlington.  Gordon married Elenore Hunziker on January 31, 1948 in New York.  Elenore, the love of his life, passed away in 2000, after 52 years of marriage.
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May 15, 2008
Halfway though a box of popcorn, she dies in her true love?s arms while trying to run away from abusive parents. The audience is breathless and silent. On the big screen, he?s in agony, crying. I look down the row from me to notice most of the faces I see have the exact same expression as her ?true love? on the big screen. They were mirroring his emotion. Our human brains are programmed for empathy because of mirror neutrons. Researchers at UCLA found that cells in the frontal part of our brains will fire automatically when we?
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