Drawn to superheros

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Marvel Comics artist Jerry DeCaire of New Market, Virginia, draws a picture of a female superhero at Top Five Comics.


Marvel Comics artist Jerry DeCaire of New Market, Virginia, draws a picture of a female superhero with a Hello Kitty image for Dave Brock at Top Five Comics, 1938 N. First St., this afternoon.

DeCaire, who is best known for drawing the superhero Wolverine, will be at the store giving demonstrations and answering questions until around 6:00 p.m. tonight.

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Four finalists for superintendent of School District 51 were announced Thursday after school board members spent nearly nine hours interviewing six candidates.




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