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The “No-No Boys” were Japanese-Americans who during WWII refused to swear allegiance to the US government or be drafted while their families and friends were locked away in concentration camps. John Okada’s 1957 novel No-No Boy remains a classic piece of Asian-American literature.
Anthony Ray Hinton walked out of the Jefferson County Jail a free man for the first time in 30 years at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, April 3, 2015.
"The sun does shine," he said as he was embraced by family and friends.
Mr. Hinton spent 30 years on death row for a crime he did not commit.
Before mankind had invented the hula hoop, the Etch-a-Sketch, or the '80s Dance Party...before we lived in an endless search for invisible Pokemon......before our cold fall nights were warmed with non-fat hazelnut macchiatos loaded with whipped cream... Back in that simpler, more innocent time, the only entertainment option available to America's youth was blowing air into a pig's bladder or listening to the stories coming out of the living-room radio speakers. Dublin School will produce its second very own live show in the spirit of radio's "Golden Age," complete with storytelling, musical numbers, dramatic skits, advertising, and maybe even a few clean jokes that your grandfather would call "knee-slappers." The show is written and produced entirely by Dublin students, faculty, and staff.
Athletic News Flashes
RVAL quarter finals for Dublin Soccer today. Girls home at 3pm and Boys at Charlemont at 3pm. Good luck everyone.
Dublin is hosting a Mountain Bike race here on Wednesday 10/11 at 3:30pm come check it out.
Congrats to Dublin girls soccer for their win today on the road. 7 to 2 vs. Eagle Hill.
Boys' Soccer wins today 3 to 1 vs. High Mowing. Way to go!