Sarah Lind
Canadian actor
Sarah Lind
Sarah Dawn Lind in Regina, Saskatchewan is a Canadian actress, primarily known for her roles on the television series Mentors and Edgemont.
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Viking's Choice: Nocturnal Habits, 'Good Grief'
NPR - 5 months
Justin Trosper and Sara Lund, formerly of Unwound, return with the band Nocturnal Habits. "People are right to think that this record is a natural follow-up to the last Unwound record," he says.
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DNA links 1984 Iowa triple murder to executed man
Yahoo News - about 3 years
Three decades after a triple homicide case in Iowa went cold, authorities said on Friday they know who did it, but the killer is long dead, executed in neighboring Missouri for murdering a young girl. Andrew Wessel Six was identified by authorities as the murderer of 20-year-old Justin Hook Jr, his 19-year-old girlfriend Tina Lade, and Hook's mother, Sara Link, 41, who were all found dead in 1984.
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Music Review: Unwound - Live Leaves
Seattle Pi - about 4 years
Music Review: Unwound - Live Leaves Seattle Post-Intelligencer Copyright 2013 Seattle Post-Intelligencer. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Published 6:09 am, Saturday, February 23, 2013 Unwound (1991-2002) were a Washington state post-hardcore band that flew under the radar throughout the 1990s, showering their small but committed fan base with a spattering of albums and singles, and boasting a workhorse ethic while constantly touring the U.S. and Europe. Noise-art rock with an atonal ear for spacey guitar drones, Unwound's music also possessed the verbal melodic catch that made it ripe for college alternative radio. While there is nothing cringe-worthy in these stellar live performances, the softer musical passages of spacey guitar drone, intent on lulling the listener into the farthest reaches of the cosmos, are in competition with the bar-like conversation and chatter comin ...
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Lady of the manners
London Evening Standard - almost 5 years
Hej Hettie There’s a new female Scandinavian detective on the scene – blonde, Swedish – and it’s bothering me. I don’t know... when I stare off into the middle distance, I get a feeling about her. This Saga Norén, people are already talking as if she’s stolen my thunder – she’s collaborating with a hunky Danish sidekick, which is really my line of work (even if they tend not to live to tell the tale). What am I going to do about her? Tak, Sarah Lund*
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La série inédite True Justice, avec Steven Seagal, diffusée en France en novembre. - Le Blog TV News (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... des conseils sur le maniement des armes et le combat à main nue. A ses côtés dans la série, on retrouve les comédiens Meghan Ory (« South Beach »), Sarah Lind (« Edgemont »), Warren Christie (« Alphas ») et William “Big Sleeps” Stewart (« Sanctuary »)
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2011 Bay County girls golf overview - The Bay City Times - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Key newcomers: Taylor Thelen, sr.; Sarah Lind, jr.; Autumn Lind, fr.; Pam Middleton, sr. Season overview: With five solid performers, the Bobcats may have the depth to compete with anybody in the area. The return of Loree after missing the 2010 season
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Wedding News - Taylor Daily Press
Google News - over 5 years
Lector of the scriptures was Sarah Lind and organist was Glynda Vanecek. Special music was performed by guitarist and vocalist Will Janson. Assisting with houseparty duties were Carolyn Bachmeyer, Taylor Bachmeyer, Cassie Rozacky and Krista Seidel
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'Gun to the Head' a blast 0 - Toronto Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Best of a parade of imaginatively colourful characters are Hrothgar Mathews as Sam, the big boss, and Sarah Lind as Audrey, breathing weird, new life into that comic trope, the bimbo-gangster-moll. A Gun to the Head is being promoted to us as one of
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Troy community taking action after fatal hit and run - WXXA
Google News - over 5 years
"He didn't have a heart, he didn't have a heart," said Sarah Lind, a family friend. With a community in mourning, Jahvion's friend left toys for him. Jahvion had said in a class paper he wanted to be a scientist. As the neighborhood now prays,
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The Best Looks from the 2011 Pratt Student Fashion Show - Fashionista
Google News - almost 6 years
As was Daphne Guinness, wearing a veil, gold leggings (that looked exactly like a look that would come down the runway from student Sarah Lind), heel-less heels, and giant knuckle rings on every finger. I'd be scared shitless if I were one of those
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'WHAT GOES UP'; Stumbling Through Hazy Days Of Winter
NYTimes - over 7 years
There's some nice filmmaking tucked inside ''What Goes Up,'' a muddle of moods and intentions. The British comic actor Steve Coogan plays Campbell Babbitt, a flailing, depressed journalist who's sent to New Hampshire in the mid-1980s to write an article pegged to the imminent liftoff of Christa McAuliffe, the high school teacher who was part of the
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