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J. Stewart Bryan III, Chairman of the Board for Media General Inc. and Bill Millsaps, 2011 Red Smith Award recipient, laugh with each other after the Red Smith Award Luncheon on June 24  in Boston.

Sports writers honor their own at conference

BOSTON — Usually they’re the people behind the camera, with a single byline as their source of fame. But from June 22 to 25, sports editors from newspapers across the nation gathered in Boston for the 2011 Associated Press Sports Editors conference. The conference featured panels and workshops as well as two award ceremonies.

Shoppers wait in line to make their purchases Tuesday at TIS College Bookstore. In order to streamline the checkout process and reduce confusion TIS has placed signs telling shoppers where the checkout is located, as well as yellow arrows on the floor informing customers of the direction from which the line should form.

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Shoppers wait in line to make their purchases Tuesday at TIS College Bookstore. In order to streamline the checkout process and reduce confusion TIS has placed signs telling shoppers where the checkout is located, as well as yellow arrows on the floor informing customers of the direction from which the line should form.

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Then-sophomore guard Maurice Creek takes a jump shot during the Hoosiers' 19-point win against Michigan on Jan. 15, 2011, at Assembly Hall. Creek and fellow former Hoosier Remy Abell made it to the championship game of The Basketball Tournament with team Sideline Cancer before losing to the Golden Eagles.

Cars drive under the Canopy of Lights on Nov. 28, 2010, in downtown Bloomington. The Canopy of Lights is an annual Bloomington tradition which features a brightly lit courthouse square for the duration of the holiday season.

Gabby Johnson performs the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy during a dress rehearsal of "The Nutcracker" in 2011 in the Musical Arts Center. Johnson shared the role of the Sugar Plum Fairy with Jordan Martin and Mary-Quinn Aber.

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