Jury finds man guilty of killing retired minister (The Times)
Jury now to decide whether Robert Coleman should get death penalty. A Mississippi man faces the possibility of being put to death for killing a retired Blanchard minister.
Missouri sets date for first execution since 2003 (KCTV 5 Kansas City)
ST. LOUIS -- The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday set a March execution date for a man who threw a woman to her death from a Mississippi River bridge, setting the stage for the state to carry out its first death sentence in nearly a year-and-a-half.
Wanted: eligible black men (Denver Post)
Iput the question to Carol Richardson, a stylist at a salon that caters to African-Americans: Do your clients ever talk about the lack of eligible black men?
Bay Area News Roundup Local news all the time (San Francisco Chronicle)
(02-17) 11:47 PST -- The man accused of killing Millbrae police Officer Dave Chetcuti is incompetent to stand trial, San Mateo County Superior Court Judge James Ellis ruled today.
The Master (New York Review of Books)
Atlas Books/HarperCollins, 216 pp., Harcourt, 185 pp., 1.
Weekend Guide, 2/18/05 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
JAMES MCMURTRY Club Cafe, South Side, Fri. 8 p.m. Also: Chris Stamey. $12 advance; $15 at door. 412-323-1919. KENNY NEAL Moondog's, Blawnox, Fri. 8 p.m. $10. 412-828-2040.
Spotlight: Broadway shows of note (Washington Square News)
OK, so itâ€™s two hours of modern dance with no dialogue and a weak Vietnam-era plot.
Wingwoman for hire (Star-Telegram)
It's the latest pickup game -- a man rents a woman whose only mission is to help him meet hot chicks in bars. Does it work? Our single guy prepares for takeoff.
News Briefs (Gay City News)
New York City Council Speaker Gifford Miller called on Mayor Bloomberg last Friday to drop the cityâ€™s lawsuit against the Equal Benefits Law. â€śWe have been in an eight- month battle with the mayor over a law that would ensure that New York City uses taxpayer dollars to acquire goods and services from employers who treat all of their employees equally,â€ť Miller said.
Briefs (The News-Press)
Lee County High Tech Center Central is looking for business representatives to mentor students who are looking to gain employment as administrative assistants.