[Patch.com] - Others will have to decide for themselves whether we are, in Bill Bauer's words, “Fabulous” or “Phony.” Patch accepts and publishes letters to the editor and commentary regarding any relevant local issue. The views expressed in the above commentary do
[Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot] - 13, Bicycle Bill Bauer of Bayville will have achieved his goal of having ridden his bicycle 500,000 miles, here on Long Island. He will be doing it before Oyster Festival XXIX arrives on Oct. 13 and 14. Bill racked up a great many of those miles when
[Coon Rapids Herald] - Comedian William “Wild Bill” Bauer, who grew up in Anoka, was a mentor to young comics in the Twin Cities area. Photo submitted. William “Wild Bill” Bauer, 62, who grew up in Anoka and alluded to the city in many of his comedy gigs, died in his sleep Aug.
[Pioneer Press] - 29, "Wild" Bill Bauer died in his sleep at his Inver Grove Heights home. A fixture of the Twin Cities comedy scene, Bauer was 62. News of his death stunned members of the comedy community on Thursday, with many of them taking to Facebook and Twitter
[Minnesota Public Radio] - Romney's night; Loggers lose markets; 'Wild' Bill Bauer dead at 62. Posted at 8:15 AM on August 31, by Michael Olson Filed under: Around MN. RNC: Romney addresses the convention. PBS NewsHour provides a comprehensive looks at the speeches
[Victoria Advocate] - Bill Bauer, president of the art league, described Burleson's work as amazing and pleasing the palette. "The public would enjoy this," Bauer said. Bauer and Burleson worked together in the Victoria school district for 27 years. The two former
[The Virginian-Pilot] - As reader Bill Bauer says, "Leave Richmond at 5 p.m. for a game that night at the Oceanfront and what will you see? The second half." Kingly confusion The Maloof family has been adept at keeping its distance from this still somewhat vague debate over
[We Love Soaps] - As I recall from the early days, the only time Men of Daytime sported any facial hair was if they were stranded on a deserted island (Alan Spaulding) or returning from presumed death (Bill Bauer) only to shave once they'd surprised the residents of