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DCRTV hears that Washington radio and TV legend Milt Grant (right) died of cancer on 4/28 at his home in Fort Lauderdale.
from the Golden Globe Awards Ceremony on eBay. According to the release, the bags were donated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and have a retail value of $599 each. The auction will begin on May 3, World Press Freedom Day, and last a week.
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DISTANCE may be the reason that Mr. Attah did not scrutinize the backgrounds of Mr. Hines and his team; some 5,500 miles separate Uyo and Washington, and Internet access barely exists here. And Mr. Attah was initially delighted with one step that Mr. Hines did take: arranging a series of promotional articles prepared by The Washington Timesâ€™s advertising department that described Akwa Ibom and Mr. Attah as Nigerian success stories.
the Cohen building auditorium at Voice of America from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. along with DC Go-Go pioneer Chuck Brown. The performance will be taped for television.
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