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July 30, 1994
Kevin Carter, 33, whose photograph of a vulture standing near a starving Sudanese child won a 1994 Pulitzer Prize. The photo was first published by the New York Times and then distributed around the world by news and photo agencies. In May, Carter attended the Pulitzer award ceremony in New York to collect his prize for best feature photograph during the preceding year.
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December 14, 2008 | Cristy Lytal, Lytal is a freelance writer.
If the eyes are the windows into the soul, then Kevin Carter has the power to draw the blinds. As a special effects contact lens painter, he can create everything from cataract-ridden eyes to the supernatural peepers of the living dead. Raised in Medford, Ore., and Sonoma, Calif., Carter got hooked on horror films early on. "I loved the 'Friday the 13th' movies and Freddy Krueger in 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' and stuff like that," he recalls.
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NATIONAL
June 23, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Searchers have found the bodies of three snowboarders missing since early December in a skiing area northeast of Mt. Rainier. Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said searchers advantage of melting snow and searched Saturday in the area where the three disappeared. Authorities planned to airlift the bodies from the remote site in the Cascades near Crystal Mountain. Kevin Carter, 26, Devlin Williams, 29, and Phillip Hollins, 41, all of the Seattle area, are believed to have been killed by an avalanche.
NATIONAL
June 23, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Searchers have found the bodies of three snowboarders missing since early December in a skiing area northeast of Mt. Rainier. Pierce County sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said searchers advantage of melting snow and searched Saturday in the area where the three disappeared. Authorities planned to airlift the bodies from the remote site in the Cascades near Crystal Mountain. Kevin Carter, 26, Devlin Williams, 29, and Phillip Hollins, 41, all of the Seattle area, are believed to have been killed by an avalanche.
SPORTS
February 23, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Kevin Carter, whose falloff at defensive end was a reason for the decline of the St. Louis defense last season, was designated as the Rams' franchise player Thursday, a move that left him unhappy. Aeneas Williams, the Arizona Cardinals' six-time Pro Bowl cornerback, also got the franchise tag along with Indianapolis tight end Marcus Pollard, while Chicago made defensive end Bryan Robinson its transition player.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 14, 2008 | Cristy Lytal, Lytal is a freelance writer.
If the eyes are the windows into the soul, then Kevin Carter has the power to draw the blinds. As a special effects contact lens painter, he can create everything from cataract-ridden eyes to the supernatural peepers of the living dead. Raised in Medford, Ore., and Sonoma, Calif., Carter got hooked on horror films early on. "I loved the 'Friday the 13th' movies and Freddy Krueger in 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' and stuff like that," he recalls.
SPORTS
February 4, 2000
A guest list of sports figures to be featured on TV and radio from today through Thursday: * Kevin Carter, Orlando Pace, Stephen Davis --"Up Close," today, 2:30 p.m., ESPN, and midnight, ESPN2 * LPGA commissioner Ty Votaw, NHRA president Tom Compton --"The Irv Kaze Show," Saturday, 6-7 p.m., KIEV (870) * Mia St. John, Angel Manfreddy --"Ringside With Johnny Ortiz," Saturday, 9-10 p.m., KRLA (1110) * Wayne Gretzky, John Elway --"Goin' Deep," Sunday, 9 p.m.
BUSINESS
August 5, 2012 | By Hugo Martin
What are the marketing gimmicks most widely used by hotel operators to lure guests? Room discounts, followed by free Wi-Fi and other amenities. A survey of more than 25,000 hotel owners and managers in North America by the travel website TripAdvisor found that discounted rooms were offered by 58% of the U.S. hotels surveyed. It was 63% in Mexico and 53% in Canada. “Regionally, it seems that the industry tends to use some of the same methods of attracting travelers,” said Kevin Carter, a spokesman for TripAdvisor.
NEWS
March 11, 2002
With the death last month of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, the film "Harrison's Flowers" could not be more topical. The drama scheduled to open Friday stars Andie MacDowell as a newsmagazine photo editor whose husband, a photojournalist, disappears on assignment in Croatia. Desperate to find him, she makes the trek out to the war-torn nation, enlisting the help of his photojournalist buddies also shooting the war.
SPORTS
February 23, 2001 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Kevin Carter, whose falloff at defensive end was a reason for the decline of the St. Louis defense last season, was designated as the Rams' franchise player Thursday, a move that left him unhappy. Aeneas Williams, the Arizona Cardinals' six-time Pro Bowl cornerback, also got the franchise tag along with Indianapolis tight end Marcus Pollard, while Chicago made defensive end Bryan Robinson its transition player.
NEWS
July 30, 1994
Kevin Carter, 33, whose photograph of a vulture standing near a starving Sudanese child won a 1994 Pulitzer Prize. The photo was first published by the New York Times and then distributed around the world by news and photo agencies. In May, Carter attended the Pulitzer award ceremony in New York to collect his prize for best feature photograph during the preceding year.
SPORTS
November 15, 1999
PASSING *--* Player, Team Att Cmp Yds TD JIM MILLER, Bears 48 34 422 3 GUS FREROTTE, Lions 39 24 375 2 JEFF GEORGE, Vikings 44 25 374 3 BRAD JOHNSON, Redskins 33 18 313 2 KURT WARNER, Rams 29 19 283 2 STEVE BEUERLEIN, Panthers 39 24 283 1 TRENT DILFER, Buccaneers 27 17 270 2 BRETT FAVRE, Packers 50 26 260 1 RICH GANNON, Raiders 24 18 254 4 KENT GRAHAM, Giants 50 27 253 2 BILLY JOE TOLLIVER, Saints 15 12 242 1 CHRIS MILLER, Broncos 30 20 239 2 PEYTON MANNING, Colts 35 20 237 2 *--* RUSHING *--*
SPORTS
October 12, 2001 | SAM FARMER
Times NFL writer Sam Farmer poses--and answers--the burning questions for this week's games: Question: Remember the Titans? Answer: Neither do we. Tennessee is 0-3, and ballyhooed defensive ends Jevon Kearse and Kevin Carter have yet to record a sack. Q: Can't a team bounce back from a 0-3 start? A: Sure, but only five teams have made the playoffs that way. Q: Who are the NFL's most intimidating enforcers? A: The fashion police. Nine St.
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