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Seward's O'Leary still making waves, Nikiski's Johnson transitions to college football

...the National Christian College Athletic Association Victory Bowl. The school took a humbling 67-0 loss to the Division II Azusa Pacific Cougars on Nov. 23 at the Historic Barron Stadium in Rome, Ga., but it was the regular season play of Johnson that...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2014-01-09/sewards-oleary-still-making-waves-
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News and notes

...studies.To qualify for the Dean's List, students must earn a 3.0 GPA.Anchor Point resident Aranda Koch graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management on May 4.Marisa Skolnick of Soldotna is among the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2013-05-18/news-and-notes
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Tuesday's briefs

...next fall. Homer's McWilliams heads to semis Homer's Noah McWilliams and defending NAIA champion Carroll College defeated Azusa Pacific 17-14 in the national quarterfinals at home Saturday in Helena, Mont. Carroll advances to its fifth straight semifinal...

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Faith, family, friends help Smithwick through times of tragedy, triumph

...The Master's University in Santa Clarita, Calif. Robbie hopes to play football on the same campus, or perhaps at nearby Azusa Pacific University. They have supported each other through terrible losses. "It's a way that we have grown really close...

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Pina

Now Playing Synopsis: Pina Bausch was one of Europe's most celebrated choreographers, fusing the discipline of ballet with the freedom of modern dance and approaching her material in a bold, innovative and emotionally compelling manner. Bausch made the acquaintance of German filmmaker Wim Wenders, and he began making a documentary about her life and work. The focus of Wenders' film shifted dramatically in 2009, when Bausch was diagnosed with cancer and died only a few days later. Wenders considered abandoning the project, but after meeting with the members of her dance company, Tanztheater Wuppertal, Wenders chose instead to create a cinematic interpretation of Bausch's art, preserving several of her pieces and the work of her dancers for the ages. Pina is the result, a performance film that takes several of Bausch's dance pieces into the open and celebrates the beauty and physicality of dance; the film was shot in 3D to give a greater sense of the power and interplay of bodies in motion. Pina received its North American premiere at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Regina Advento, Pina Bausch, Malou Airaudo, Ruth Amarante, Jorge Puerta Armenta, Rainer Behr, Andrey Berezin, Damiano Ottavio Bigi, Ales Cucek, Clémentine Deluy, Josephine Ann Endicott, Lutz Förster, Pablo Aran Gimeno, Mechthild Großmann, Silvia Farias Heredia, Barbara Kaufmann, Nayoung Kim, Daphnis Kokkinos, Ed Kortlandt, Eddie Martinez, Dominique Mercy, Thusnelda Mercy, Cristiana Morganti, Morena Nascimento, Nazareth Panadero, Helena Pikon, Fabien Prioville, Jean-Laurent Sasportes, Franko Schmidt, Azusa Seyama, Julie Shanahan, Julie Anne Stanzak, Michael Strecker, Fernando Suels Mendoza, Aida Vainieri, Anna Wehsarg, Tsai Chin-Yu, Alexeider Abad Gonzales, Stephan Brinkmann, Meritxell Checa Esteban, Paul Hess, Rudolf Giglberger, Chrystel Wu Guillebeaud, Mu-Yi Kuo, Szu-Wei Wu, Tomoko Yamashita, Sergey Zhukov, Andy Zondag Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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