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Pura Verde Costa Rica Properties Announces Latest Ocean View Real Estate Property to be Certified and Branded











Pegasus Star Limitada CEO David Matluck


Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) March 3, 2010

Dave Matluck, chief executive officer for Pegasus Star Limitada, the developer of Hacienda Matapalo and marketer of Pura Verde Costa Rica Properties, announced recently that the latest ocean view real estate property in Costa Rica to receive the Pura Verde brand and be certified as such is Finca de la Rana Roja, aka Red Frog Farm.

Located just a few kilometers from Hacienda Matapalo and a 10 minute ride from Quepos, where amenities, goods and services are plenty, Red Frog Farm is an exclusive, private community set in lush tropical surroundings. This quality development features stunning, unobstructed panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Savegre River, Osa peninsula, Cano Island, Manuel Antonio National Park and captivating sunsets.

With developer financing available with 20% down, each home site includes a building pad with water and electric in place for immediate construction. Executive Lots start at $ 88,000 USD while 2.5 acre Estate Lots start at $ 260,000 USD.

“Once a property has been branded a Pura Verde Costa Rica property, this means that the property can be purchased with the confidence of knowing that the same due diligence that went into Hacienda Matapalo was performed by a team of experts in researching every possible element of these properties,” said Matluck. “This means that all of the legal, environmental and engineering issues pertaining to these properties are being ‘certified’ as having been thoroughly researched and determined to be in order.”

Most importantly, Pura Verde means that these properties are in complete compliance with all the environmental laws and regulations that are designed to protect the environment from any semblance of abuse.

“Our goal is to support sustainable development that guarantees that the South and Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica remain pristine and free from any man-made harm,” Matluck said. “After all, that is what draws us all to Costa Rica; the awe we experience of living in and with nature in all its splendor.”

In a relatively short period of time, Hacienda Matapalo has become Costa Rica’s premier planned gated community thanks to both the knowledge of its executive team and due diligence as performed by its strategic legal, engineering and ecological partners. Unlike their competition, this extraordinary attention to detail has enabled the Hacienda Matapalo team to protect both its investment and investors and rewrite the standards by which successful communities in Costa Rica are planned.

With this successful formula in place, Hacienda Matapalo has formed an alliance with a few hand selected developers who live up to these standards. Aside from Hacienda Matapalo and Red Frog Farm, other properties that have received the Pura Verde brand include Tierra Verde Uvita, Finca La Principessa D’il Mare and Casa Big Sur.

Due to environmental issues and ecological sensitivity, development along the South and Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica will be very limited. Because the area will remain relatively undeveloped, it becomes an ideal setting for those individuals who seek homeownership in a more rural area and Pura Verde Costa Rica Properties has several options available for those who are looking.

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June 7, 2011 @ 4:00 am
Greg

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Visquez, Cleo Gonzalez
costa rica

Image by San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives
Catalog #: 02-V-00078
Last Name: Visquez
First Name: Cleo Gonzalez
Notes: President of Costa Rica 1928
Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

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April 17, 2011 @ 11:09 pm
Greg

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Study shoots hole in ‘liberation’ theory for multiple sclerosis
American researchers have cast fresh doubts on the theory underpinning so-called ‘liberation therapy’ for multiple sclerosis sufferers. A new University of Buffalo study suggests that chronic cerebral venous insufficiency (CCSVI), which is a blocking or narrowing of extracranial veins that some researchers claim causes MS symptoms, may be a result of MS and not a cause.
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Judge Mulls Fraud Claim In Ted White Case
A federal judge in Kansas City is considering a fraud probe of Lee’s Summit and its attorneys after the city refused to pay $ 16 million to a former resident who spent several years behind bars for a crime he did not commit.
Read more on KMBC-TV Kansas City

Touring US hospital ship stops in Jamaica
AN enormous US Navy hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, pulled into the Kingston Harbour on Wednesday, the first stop of a five-month goodwill mission to nine countries in the Caribbean and Latin America.
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April 3, 2011 @ 11:11 pm
Greg

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Where are all the marijuana millionaires?
When Drew Brown first opened Abundant Healing, a medical marijuana dispensary that serves nearly 300 patients, he dreamed of early retirement to Costa Rica, where he would spend his days as a beach bum renting surfboards to tourists.
Read more on CNN Money

Linkage: R. Kelly; a Michelle Adams House Tour; Costa Rica Hideaway; More!
Photo via Freshome · The truly spectacular Villa Mayana, by architect Enrique Barascout [Freshome] · Furniture that really does look ravaged by war. [Co.Design] · A social theory student turned interior designer, who’s 24. [The Moment] · Meet the…
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ALVES DEMANDS TOTAL FOCUS
Alves – wants Barcelona to stay focused. Dani Alves has warned his Barcelona team-mates they cannot afford to make any slip-ups between now and the end of the Primera Division season.
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April 1, 2011 @ 11:08 pm
Greg

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Papaya – the fruit of the angels
MANILA, Philippines – Many of us love to take papaya for breakfast. The ripe fresh pear-shaped papaya with rich orange or bright yellowish color. For its sweetness and for its vitamin C content. Little did I know until recently, based on information taken from the internet, that papaya, reportedly called the fruit of the angels, by Christopher Columbus – has fantastic health and curative …
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Sturgeon Bay: Marine Travelift adds South American dealership
Marine Travelift Inc. has recognized Ribeca Equipment Inc. as its newest dealership in South America. Created by Roberto Rizo Benedetto, along with his wife and two sons, the new company seeks to advance the Marine Travelift products throughout Venezuela, Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica.
Read more on Door County Advocate

MZB finalizes Kaua‘i Coffee acquisition
NIUMILA — Coffee giant Massimo Zanetti Beverage now owns Kaua‘i Coffee Company, the nation’s largest coffee estate. The Italian-based company owns plantations in South and Central America, roasting plants and hundreds of coffee shops all over the world.
Read more on The Garden Island

Billion-dollar Mel’s property empire
Mel Gibson’s private life has taken a beating of late but his massive property portfolio has fared a little better. Just.
Read more on Brisbane Times

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Greg

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Campus Clips for March 29
Here are some brief notices of happenings at Chico State University and Butte College: Costa Rica subject of forum today Professor Jacque Chase of Chico State’s Department of Geography and Planning and Caitlin Albritton, a senior in the Latin
Read more on Chico Enterprise-Record

City council ushers in 20 years of cityhood in new city hall
Elected officials, former leaders assemble to honor city’s progress.
Read more on The Malibu Times

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March 28, 2011 @ 4:00 am
Greg

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Mikesky repeats at Hoosier State Relays
After winning a state championship in the 110 hurdles, it will be tough for Zionsville senior Shane Mikesky to top last season’s accomplishments.
Read more on Zionsville Times Sentinel

Cashless system for traders
BBX International and Modern Barter Sdn Bhd sealed an agreement through a joint venture recently, offering a cashless trading system that allows local businesses to trade goods and services worldwide.
Read more on The Star

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March 22, 2011 @ 11:08 pm
Greg

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Mexican drug cartels making ugly mark on Central America
When President Obama arrives in El Salvador on Tuesday, he will be stepping into a region violently transformed by the growing presence of Mexican drug cartels. Central America’s struggle with security and organized crime will be a major focus of Obama’s talks with President Mauricio Funes.
Read more on Seattle Times

Austin’s source for local news
Joy Dunn, 67, went to be with her precious savior, Jesus Christ, on March 14, 2011. She was surrounded at home by her beloved family. Her funeral service, with Tim Coop officiating, will be held at Crossroads Christian Church, Corona, Calif., on Thursday at 11 a.m.
Read more on Austin Daily Herald

Man City boss Mancini worried about fatigue
Roberto Mancini has admitted Manchester City are struggling to maintain their energy levels, with the Italian citing a small squad as the reason players such as Carlos Tevez are exhausted.
Read more on ESPN Soccernet

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March 21, 2011 @ 4:00 am
Greg

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Fully Immersed
MICHIGAN CITY — It all started with her own inspiring teachers at a Michigan City school that no longer exists.
Read more on The Michigan City News-Dispatch

Michael Kaye: How Do You Get Travelers Out of Their Comfort Zone?
In theory one of the great benefits of travel is that it stretches your comfort zone. Sometimes there is a great breach between theory and practice.
Read more on The Huffington Post

MLS | United 3, Crew 1: Davies’ return overshadows Crew’s poor start
WASHINGTON – U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies made a triumphant return to American soccer last night, scoring two goals in D.C. United’s 3-1 victory over the Crew in RFK Stadium.
Read more on The Columbus Dispatch

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March 18, 2011 @ 4:00 am
Greg

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Brazil activists laud probe of abuses by military
Anti-torture activists praised Brazil’s justice minister Wednesday for supporting creation of a commission to investigate human rights abuses during the military dictatorship, although they consider the proposal “timid.”
Read more on FOX 12 Idaho

Tickets on Sale Wednesday to June 14th Gold Cup Doubleheader at Livestrong Sporting Park
An initial allotment of tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10:00 a.m. CT on Wednesday for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup doubleheader on June 14 at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park, featuring the U.S. Men’s National Team in action against Guadeloupe at 8:00 p.m. CT, preceded by Canada playing Panama at 6:00 p.m. CT.
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ATEK Medical Experiences Growth as OEM Device Makers Seek Outsourcing Partners for Total Solutions
Device manufacturers look to ATEK for wound care kitting and bag set supply as well as total supply chain management. (PRWeb March 17, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/ATEK/Medical/prweb8212165.htm
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March 5, 2011 @ 10:07 pm
Greg

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CONCACAF fails in bid for more World Cup berths
CONCACAF, soccer’s regional governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean, failed in its attempt to gain an additional berth for the 2014 World Cup.
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CONCACAF fails in bid for more World Cup berths
CONCACAF, soccer’s regional governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean, failed in its attempt to gain an additional berth for the 2014 World Cup.
Read more on KTTC Rochester

FIFA keeps World Cup qualifying slots the same
ZURICH (Reuters) – CONCACAF was thwarted in its attempt to get an extra place at the World Cup when FIFA decided to avoid meddling with the number of qualifying places allocated to each continent for the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
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February 27, 2011 @ 10:07 pm
Greg

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Entomologist and curator supplies Reiman Gardens with butterflies
Behind every colorful specimen in Reiman Gardens’ Christina Reiman Butterfly Wing is a detailed USDA permit. Behind every USDA permit is entomologist and curator Nathan Brockman.
Read more on The Ames Tribune

Wal-Mart de Mexico 4 quarter profit rises 14 per cent
MEXICO CITY – Wal-Mart de Mexico SA says its fourth-quarter profit rose 14 per cent thanks to its new stores in Central America.
Read more on Brandon Sun

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February 17, 2011 @ 10:07 pm
Greg

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Video Poll Results: Cheik Tiote Scored The Goal Of The Week (Feb 1-6)
A week of voting has come to a close, so it’s time to reveal who the Goal.com readers believed scored the best goal of the week.
Read more on Goal.com

U.S. U-17 Down Cuba 3-1
Andrew Oliver delivered a goal and an assist as the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team earned a 3-1 win against Cuba in their opening group match of the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship. Alfred Koroma opened the scoring and Esteban Rodriguez added a third as the U.S. improved their unbeaten record against Cuba in U-17 qualifying to 4-0-2 lifetime.
Read more on Soccer365

Amy Chan: 10 Romantic Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day, forgo the typical (red roses, teddy bears) and opt for the out of this world. Here’s a list of 10 romantic date ideas guaranteed to set your paramour’s heart a-flutter.
Read more on The Huffington Post

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February 14, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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El Salvador dropped from CONCACAF Under-20s
El Salvador has been dropped from the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship after using an ineligible player.
Read more on Provo Daily Herald

Bachelor’s Michelle: I Hope Chantal “Gets Attacked by Monkeys”
“You’re scaring me!” Brad says as Michelle goes off on her competitors in Costa Rica
Read more on omg!

El Salvador dropped from CONCACAF Under-20s
NEW YORK (AP) — El Salvador has been dropped from the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship after using an ineligible player. The regional governing body said Tuesday that El Salvador has forfeited its matches in the UNCAF Central American qualifying and will be replaced by Costa Rica.
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February 8, 2011 @ 10:09 pm
Greg

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Whitehorse woman ‘brutally murdered’ in Costa Rica, investigation continues
PUERTO JIMENEZ, Costa Rica – Friends of a Canadian woman killed in Costa Rica this week say the 51-year-old appears to have been beaten and shot to death.
Read more on Brandon Sun

Yukon woman ‘brutally murdered’ in Costa Rica
Friends of a Canadian woman killed in Costa Rica this week say the 53-year-old was been beaten and shot to death. The woman lived alone in an open-concept farm house which had no exterior walls.
Read more on CTV.ca

El Salvador dropped from CONCACAF Under-20s
El Salvador has been dropped from the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship after using an ineligible player.
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Greg

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Whitehorse woman murdered in Costa Rica: Foreign Affairs Department
WHITEHORSE – The Foreign Affairs Department says a Canadian woman has been murdered in Costa Rica. A department spokeswoman says the Canadian Consulate is working with police in the Central American country to investigate the death of 53-year-old Kimberly Blackwell of Whitehorse.
Read more on Brandon Sun

Yukon woman ‘brutally murdered’ in Costa Rica
Friends of a Canadian woman killed in Costa Rica this week say the 53-year-old was been beaten and shot to death. The woman lived alone in an open-concept farm house which had no exterior walls.
Read more on CTV.ca

Whitehorse woman ‘brutally murdered’ in Costa Rica, investigation continues
PUERTO JIMENEZ, Costa Rica – Friends of a Canadian woman killed in Costa Rica this week say the 51-year-old appears to have been beaten and shot to death.
Read more on Brandon Sun

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February 5, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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Frontier Airlines Issues Weather Policy for Midwest and Northeast Cities
DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Frontier Airlines issues a weather policy in advance of Midwest and Northeast storms.
Read more on Business Wire

The Biggest Show on Earth: The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel Offers A Whale Watching Experience
In celebration of the California Gray Whale migration, The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel offers a year-round whale watching experience. (PRWeb February 03, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/2/prweb8111205.htm
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January 30, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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And now: The condescending ball boy
“I hope there’s something else you’re actually good at.” The ball boy revolt has been going on for some time now. From the kid who tossed the ball too high for Jens Lehmann’s liking to that other kid who tried to get Anderlecht goalkeeper Silvio Allaj Proto to fight him , ball boys around the world have doing little things to show footballers who’s boss. But never have they been quite so …
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Piano has Miami Beach abuzz
Miami Beach, Florida – A grand pianohas mysteriously appeared on a sandbar in Biscayne Bay. Locals from nearby South Beach have speculated about music videos or a romantic date. A filmmaker has claimed credit for hauling it to the sandbar on a barge, saying it was meant to portray the death of art.
Read more on Pretoria News

WLNS TV 6 Lansing Jackson Michigan News and Weather – WLNS.COM | Feds in Detroit get guilty plea in hooker probe
DETROIT (AP) – A woman charged with lining up business for an international prostitution ring has pleaded guilty in federal court in Detroit.
Read more on WLNS Lansing

Canada Pursues Free Trade Network,
Canada has announced the launch of free trade negotiations with Morocco, as part of the government’s ongoing efforts to broaden its network of agreements that reduce tariff barriers on international bilateral trade.
Read more on Tax-News.com

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January 28, 2011 @ 10:07 pm
Greg

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Piano has Miami Beach abuzz
Miami Beach, Florida – A grand pianohas mysteriously appeared on a sandbar in Biscayne Bay. Locals from nearby South Beach have speculated about music videos or a romantic date. A filmmaker has claimed credit for hauling it to the sandbar on a barge, saying it was meant to portray the death of art.
Read more on Pretoria News

2010-2011 Northwest Suburban Leadership Team
Meet your 2010-2011 Northwest Suburban Leadership Team
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January 27, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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Alleged escort-service kingpin makes plea deal
Gregory Carr, accused of being the ringleader of the Miami Companions escort service, has a deal with the government, his lawyer confirms.
Read more on Detroit Free Press

Gordon Ramsay Explains His ‘Hair Nightmare’ and Puffy Face
The celebrity chef says he had a “horrific infection” caused by gasoline and horses
Read more on People Magazine

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January 26, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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Career-focused Rhiannon wins grant
RHIANNON Shepherd’s hospitality career has been given another boost.
Read more on The Daily Mercury

And now: The condescending ball boy
“I hope there’s something else you’re actually good at.” The ball boy revolt has been going on for some time now. From the kid who tossed the ball too high for Jens Lehmann’s liking to that other kid who tried to get Anderlecht goalkeeper Silvio Allaj Proto to fight him , ball boys around the world have doing little things to show footballers who’s boss. But never have they been quite so …
Read more on Dirty Tackle

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January 20, 2011 @ 10:08 pm
Greg

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PriceSmart Announces Semi-Annual Dividend
SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwire – January 20, 2011) – PriceSmart, Inc. ( NASDAQ : PSMT ) today announced that its Board of Directors declared a cash dividend in the total amount of $ 0.60 per share, with $ 0.30 per share payable on February 28, 2011 to stockholders of record as of close of business on February 15, 2011, and $ 0.30 per share payable on August 31, 2011 to stockholders of record as of the …
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Benson animal sanctuary shares challenge prize
TUCSON — The Oasis Sanctuary in Benson  won a $ 1,000 prize in The Animal Rescue Site’s Holiday $ 100,000 Shelter Challenge. This was the sixth online $ 100,000 challenge since 2008, the third this year, and The Oasis Sanctuary received the award for getting the most votes in the state during the contest, thanks to its loyal supporters who were encouraged to vote daily. The contest ended in mid …
Read more on The Sierra Vista Herald

LeisureLink Targets Caribbean Resorts
Pasadena-based LeisureLink, the travel distribution firm focused on specialty lodging suppliers backed by Clearstone Venture Partners, Mission Ventures, and Wyndham Exchange & Rentals, said today that it is targeting Caribbean resorts. The firm said it is looking to sign up resorts in the Caribbean, which it says are “underrepresented” in key online travel distribution channels. The company says …
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January 19, 2011 @ 5:00 am
Greg

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New Zealand bid for 2015 under-20 World Cup.
New Zealand is one of four nations bidding to host the 2015 under-20 World Cup.
Read more on Stuff

Mid-Prairie students plan for trip to Costa Rica
The Mid-Prairie Community Board of Education held its Monday meeting at the Kalona Elementary School, where school district instructors displayed the integration of technology into instruction.
Read more on The Kalona News

Panama City Beach named Top 10 budget destination for 2011
Panama City Beach named Top 10 budget destination for 2011 – PANAMA CITY BEACH – Panama City Beach has been nam
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January 14, 2011 @ 10:08 pm
Greg

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Onyewu joins Twente on loan from Milan
American defender Oguchi Onyewu was loaned from AC Milan to the Dutch league champion FC Twente on Tuesday after failing to dress in a single game for the Italian club this season.
Read more on Houston Chronicle

News briefs: Paramedics revive toddler hit by car
LONG BEACH – A 19-month-old girl was hospitalized Friday after she was struck by a car in the 1600 block of Rogers Street in Long Beach.
Read more on Long Beach Press-Telegram

Latest News
– Kevin Nash has denied that he will be part of the “THEY” storyline. Here is what he tweeted: “Not going back to tna. I’m retired. Wasn’t it leaked from tna office that I signed a month ago and I wasn’t?”
Read more on Wrestling News

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January 10, 2011 @ 3:55 pm
Greg

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Beyoncé Struts in Tom Ford’s Fashion Show
Watch out, world, Beyoncé is working her bootylicious curves. The singer recently made a cameo in Tom Ford’s spring 2011 fashion show. But it wasn’t just any old runway…
Read more on E! Online

UPDATE — Missing Oglethorpe student’s body found
The body of Erik L. Downes, the Oglethorpe University junior who was reported missing on Jan. 4 , was found in the waters off Playa Piñuelas, Costa Rica today. Downes, a pre-med student and Vice President of Oglethorpe’s student senate, was swimming with other students while on an ecotourism study abroad trip to Costa Rica when he was caught in a rip current in the Pacific Ocean.… [ Read more …
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Gail Rich Awards, 2011: Recognizing community contributions to the world of arts and entertainment
Any place with a mild, serene climate and/or lots of natural scenic beauty is going to have a largely self-selected population – that is, a high percentage of people originally from somewhere else who live there because they consciously and rationally chose to do so.
Read more on Santa Cruz Sentinel

Prosecutor Ordered To Turn Over “Little Black Book”
Federal prosecutors have been ordered to turn over a computer disc which reportedly contains the names of more 30-thousand customers of Miami based prostitution ring
Read more on CBS4 Miami

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