Saving lives, and souls, his way

Saving lives, and souls, his way
Unconventional minister helps addicts and homeless, but stirs controversy among neighbors Angelo Valdes is not your typical minister. He never entered the seminary. He is a former cocaine addict. And he wears a black cutoff T-shirt with the words, “Your approval means nothing to me.”
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Tiger Woods chronology
Nov. 25 — The National Enquirer publishes a story alleging Woods had been seeing New York nightclub hostess Rachel Uchitel, and that she was photographed at his hotel in Melbourne during the Australian Masters. Nov. 27 — The Florida Highway Patrol reports that Woods crashed his Cadillac Escalade into a fire hydrant and a tree outside his Isleworth home in Windemere, Florida, at about 2:30 a.m.
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The Rising Star of CEO Consulting
Anyone setting out to explain the remarkable success of Stephen A. Miles, a rising star in the world of executive coaching, might start with the nomadic childhood that helped turn him into a student of human psychology. Born in Nairobi to a schoolteacher mother and an agro-economist father, Miles lived in South Africa, Iraq, and Argentina by the time he turned eight, then in Canada — New …
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