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February 17, 2011
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LIFESTYLE / EchoStyle: The comeback kid — Wallace returns with style and substance By Ailbhe Jordan Reel Life: True grit: ‘Fall’ reveals a land of opportunity By Karen Butler Neeson saddles up for new adventures By Karen Butler Irish film wins at Sundance By Ailbhe Jordan New York Insider: The essential guide to the world’s favorite city By Eileen Murphy The Buzz: Find out what’s happening before it happens By Eileen Murphy EchoHealth: A body-friendly workspace By Dr. Ciar_n O. Grant Orla’s Diary: The glove compartment By Orla Maguire An Tiogar Ceilteach (A single girl’s adventures in Manhattan) By Elaine Ni Bhraonain New & Noteworthy: All the gossip to get you through the week By Eileen Murphy Ceol: They’re the tops – Biggins and O’Donovan are trads of the year By Earle Hitchner Hibernian Chronicle: The Irish impact on professional football By Edward T. O’Donnell Echo Listings: Tristate events; National events
SPORTS / Sports Desk: Stars won’t get winners’ medals with losers’ jerseys By Sean Creedon Soccer Scene: Keane turns things around for Sunderland By Joe Behan Fractured fairy tales: Transfer market leaves Irish players holding the short end By Dave Hannigan Boxing Roundup: Duddy set for ‘Brawl’ By Jay Mwamba College roundup: Cummins barrage spurs Lafayette By John Manley Lee ready for MSG By Jay Mwamba Horseracing roundup: Singalong gets on By John Manley
BUSINESS & FINANCE / Echo Careers: Jobs with international flavor By Kate Hickey Echo Real Estate: Suit challenges Stuy Town rent hikes By Kate Hickey Gephardt joins Financial Dynamics lineup By Ray O’Hanlon
NEWS & VIEWS / Contemporary urban church faces tough decisions By Terry Golway Review slams citizenship, visa application backlog By Diarmaid Pleimionn Getty family settle Punchestown passport row By Diarmaid Pleimionn Ard fheis backs Adams By Anne Cadwallader LVF killer must serve 28 years By Anne Cadwallader Victims’ commish suggests UDR fund By Anne Cadwallader Derry should keep its London: judge By Anne Cadwallader Paisley is wary of ‘post-dated’ check By Anne Cadwallader News Briefs: Malachy’s decision By Ray O’Hanlon Track twins: Chaminade’s Donnellys set for Millrose Games By Ray O’Hanlon Come on over! – Americans likely to benefit from new ‘green card’ plan By Eileen McCabe H1B – get ready now By Liam Boyle and Eileen McCabe Readers’ letters
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