Published on Sep 30, 2013
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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The former quarterback for the Cleveland Browns and Miami Hurricanes was arrested for DUI Sunday morning according to a press release from the Solon, Ohio Police Department.
Bernie Kosar was reportedly pulled over on SOM Center Road just before 3 a.m.
Officers reported smelling a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle.
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The release stated Kosar posted a $500 bond and will appear in court, Tuesday.
CBS4 news partner, The Miami Herald, reached Kosar by text at 1 p.m. Sunday and he wrote back, “I am fine.” He said he was at the Cleveland Browns game, but released no other information to the paper.
Kosar was a freshman quarterback when he led the University of Miami to the first national championship under Howard Schnellenberger in 1983. Kosar remained active with UM and is a member of the Board of Trustees, is in the…
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SINKING SPRING, PA — Authorities in a small eastern Pennsylvania community have asked organizers of the “Naked and Scared” challenge to keep their clothes on.
Shocktoberfest owner Patrick Konopelski told The Huffington Post he has been asked to not allow customers to participate in the naked walk-through of the haunted house.
The challenge was originally inspired by the Discovery Channel’s hit show “Naked and Afraid.”
Organizers had planned to allow visitors to either go through the haunted house totally nude or with undergarments. The attraction would have taken place at the end of the night after all other customers have gone through the haunted house.
Other Shocktoberfest events will go on as scheduled.
This post is in partnership with Consequence of Sound, an online music publication devoted to the ever growing and always thriving worldwide music scene.
Once more into the time machine, my dear music fanatics, for we have yet another reissue to unpack and pore over. This one, like so many others, is chockfull of new liner notes, demos, B-sides, and even live material from the album’s era, enough to push über-fans to grind their teeth with anticipation. This particular anniversary reissue is for the disciples of Kurt Cobain, and it comes in the form of In Utero. Yes, Nirvana’s final studio album just turned 20 years old. If the number of years between then and now doesn’t blow your mind, how about the fact that some people will read this review that weren’t even born when In Utero was released on September 13, 1993? Not enough?…
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