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Near the center of the battered city of Beirut, along a five-furlong oval surrounded by a stone wall and high-rises blackened by the guns of war, the scene comes alive every Sunday—the Arabian horses pounding hard...
December 26, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff And Richard O'Brien
Brother Ray PageTeacher at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, on alumnus and Sacramento King guard Bobby Hurley: "He once asked me if Beirut was named after that famous baseball player who hit home runs."
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November 15, 1989
Korean Air Lines flight 007 is shot down, a barracks in Beirut is blown up, and a war in Grenada is over almost before it begins. Cabbage Patch Kids are born, and a pair of Bears—Bryant and Halas—die. Hooray for the...
September 30, 2002 | Grant Wahl
The eccentric, thrill-seeking former NBA center set sail in the South Pacific with his girlfriend and his brother, then disappeared. What happened?