Logan students left classrooms and
interrupted their lunches when the fire
alarm went off Thursday during 4th period.
Fumes from an over-cooked pizza set the
alarm off.Jade Trombino/Courier Photo
Yearbooks are still on sale for $90 in Room 44. Supplies are limited, so reserve yours today!
LOV Newark needs 67 volunteers to help at their annual Elegant Affair on Friday, February 12th. For more information, check your Logan e-mail or pick up a blue flyer in the Career Center.
Credit Recovery is here! If you need to make up credits, we have two after-school credit recovery classes starting the week of February 8th. The two classes are Drawing with Mr. Kolesnikov, and Creative Writing with Mr. Seaton. The classes run 3:45 – 5:15 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and are worth 5 credits each. If you’re interested, pick up an application from the counseling office or your house office.
Posted by courier at 10:41 AM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Greg Kot
Chicago Tribune (MCT)
CHICAGO — "I was one of the guys who could throw down," Don Cornelius says in a new documentary about his era-defining run as host of the nation's funkiest televised dance party, "Soul Train: The Hippest Trip in America" (9:30 p.m. EST Saturday on VH1).
He's not boasting. As they say on the street corner, show and prove, and one of many smile-inducing moments in the documentary is footage of Cornelius strutting his stuff on his own show with the Supremes' Mary Wilson. Cornelius learned how to glide on the dance floor while growing up on Chicago's South Side during the '40s and '50s, then segueing into a career as a radio and TV newsman and DJ. While employed at local Chicago station WCIU-TV in the '60s, he started hosting soul dance parties around the city and eventually approached station management about a show based on the same idea.
Posted by courier at 08:06 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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