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2008: Losing its devastating punch as a major hurricane, Ike nevertheless drubbed the Midwest with powerful winds and floodwaters. Carlos Zambrano pitched the first no-hitter for the Chicago Cubs in 36 years, striking out 10 in a 5-0 win over Houston in a game relocated to Milwaukee because of Hurricane Ike. 2012: Fury over an anti-Muslim film ridiculing the Prophet Muhammad spread across the Muslim world, with deadly clashes near Western embassies in Tunisia and Sudan, an American fast-food restaurant set ablaze in Lebanon, and international peacekeepers attacked in the Sinai. A French gossip magazine’s publication of topless photos of Prince William’s wife, Kate, prompted an immediate lawsuit from the royal couple and statements of outrage from palace officials. The National Hockey League locked out its players at 11:59 p.m.; it was the league’s fourth shutdown in a decade and one that would cost the league nearly half its season.
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“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to share my thoughts with you on how the legislative year is shaping up so far in the Capitol and how that will affect our community,” Hill said in an email. “I also want to know what issues are important to you and your family, and what questions you may have about state government. You can submit your questions and watch online as I respond in real-time in the ‘Ask Jerry’ question-and-answer session of the online town hall.”.
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“Moon Over Buffalo” is rated PG for adult situations and humor. For various ticket prices (including “preview” performances May 21-22), contact the Town Hall Theatre Box Office at 925-283-1557, or purchase online at www.TownHallTheatre.com. ‘Spring It On Me’ bursts forth at Lafayette Gallery. The new “Spring it On Me!” exhibition at the Lafayette Gallery, featuring original works by Judy Feins, Jill Landau and Lauri Moffett-Fehlberg, will run through June 28 at the gallery, 3420 Mt. Diablo Blvd., Suite A in Lafayette.