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Inside the Atlanta home of his grandfather, White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham connects every at-bat. The effects of Parkinson's disease have robbed Hank McCamish, 83, of his voice. Bedridden, McCamish breathes thanks to a tracheotomy and stays...
John Smith, the throws coach at Southern Illinois, was among a dozen Division I track and field coaches watching the girls discus at the 2007 Illinois high school championships. Most were there to size up Bailey Wagner of Grant Community High School....
As Terrell Lewis receives more college-football scholarship offers, each one starts to fill him with a little more pride. At first, it was more about braggadocio; an ego boost, if you will. It was also an arrival of sorts, meaning someone finally...
Last week was wild when it came to scholarship offers for a handful of Class of 2014 players, as more schools outside the Midwest are discovering Illinois this winter. Plainfield South outside linebacker Clifton Garrett received offers last week from...
Seminole County might want to go ahead and put in an early public-works requisition for resurfacing major roadways next year. There is going to be quite a bit of extra traffic, especially in the next few months, on roads such as Ronald Reagan Boulevard,...
South Bend TribuneEmma Libersky, a sophomore at Plymouth High School, got top honors at the Indiana Poetry Out Loud Competition in Indy. She will represent the state at the national finals on April 29-30 in Washington, D.C. Twenty-four other schools competed but Emma...
Los Angeles looks lush. But as often noted, it is actually an arid wasteland where nothing but artifice and self-interest sprouts naturally. That's the cynical, archetypal reading. For instance, two thirds of the way into Nathanael West's cynical,...
The Hartford CourantOn Monday, Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News tweeted, "Realignment source: UConn to ACC could happen as soon as Tuesday." On Wednesday, Mark Blaudschun, formerly of the Boston Globe, wrote on his blog, "The Big Ten could make a run at UConn."...
College soccer No. 1 Terps men suffer first loss of year, 4-2 The No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team surrendered two goals after a second-half red card to drop its first match of the year, 4-2, at No. 18 Wake Forest on Thursday night. The Terps (14-1-2,...
The video game is 40. Its exact birthday is arguable. Cultural historians likely would date its origins further back, roughly a decade or two; prototypes of arcade games flourished in university computer labs in the 1950s. But “Pong,” the...
If the movie “Rudy” doesn’t do something to you, if it doesn’t leave a lump in the throat the size of “Rudy” Ruettiger himself, there’s a problem. I have never sat through that film without being reduced to...
The mixed messages about college football keep coming. The most recent was sent via USC's Matt Barkley, who should be, and is, above reproach in matters involving deportment and decision making as a major-college student-athlete. When it was time for...
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