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San Antonio Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge (12) drives against New York Knicks guard Courtney Lee during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Saturday, March 25, 2017, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)

Aldridge’s heart in rhythm, and so is his jumper

- Associated Press

ADVANCE FOR MONDAY MARCH 27 AND THEREAFTER - In a March 16, 2017 photo, John Fritz holds a copy of his book, "Homeless is not Hopeless," at his apartment in St. Paul, Minn. Fritz rode the rails for nearly 25 years, always imagining he'd live and die as a self-described tramp. Alcoholism and troubling memories of childhood abuse were his downfall.   Fritz is the author of the self-published autobiography "Homeless is Not Hopeless." (Jean Pieri/Pioneer Press via AP)

St. Paul man writes about addiction, homelessness

- Associated Press

Oklahoma church creates replica from ‘The Shack’

- Associated Press

Oklahoma veteran looks to help others suffering from PTSD

- Associated Press

Traverse City girl heads to national spelling bee

- Associated Press

FILE- In this April 1, 2003, file photo, Dana Gioia, new chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, is interviewed by the Associated Press in Washington. The NEA, which the Trump administration wants to eliminate, developed in uniquely American fashion: diverse and independent, with a significant part of the budget distributed to state and local organizations.  Gioia, who headed the NEA from 2003-2009, says the endowment has managed to use relatively little money to build a nationwide arts network. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

Agency follows a uniquely American way of funding arts

- Associated Press

Ron Dante.  (Dave Kapp)

Archies singer Ron Dante: ‘Cartoon Band Man’

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