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Most big high schools are not unfamiliar with students dying. Teens can and do crash cars, get shot by other teenagers and, less often, die of natural causes — such as the brain aneurysm that fells Dane, one of the main characters in "The Dream of...
Danny Wiseman is practicing at Country Club Lanes on Pulaski Highway, sounding like the 10-pin version of Rodney Dangerfield while expounding on a favorite topic: why bowling gets no respect. "I hate it when they say bowling's not a sport," he says now....
Soldier, Megan P. Tatu has your back. And just about anything else you might need. The two-star Army Reserve general has just taken charge of the 79th Sustainment Support Command, the modern iteration of an Army logistics branch that is a year older...
Anne Hathaway — insufferable, grating, insistently chipper, with those big stupid puppy-dog eyes and that dumb pixie hair, shocked, shocked, at the fortune and appreciation bestowed on her talented head, so rehearsed in her faux-humility, so...
Democrats claim we have one party that upholds science and one that rejects it. When it comes to climate change, presidential polling, stem cells, evolution and other topics, we are told, Republicans have no use for actual experts. They'd rather listen to...
Tags: Heart Attack, Abortion, Judges, Abortion Issue, Civil Rights
Sixty-six years old and following a musical route of his own design, Neil Young has survived a brain aneurysm, decades of stardom amid radically shifting public taste and who knows how many renditions of "Heart of Gold." In close-up, singing onstage,...
Etel Billig, the co-founder of the Illinois Theatre Center in Park Forest, an indefatigable pioneer of professional theater in the Chicago suburbs and a Chicago actress with decades of work on the city's leading stages, died March 28, after suffering a...
Tags: Politics, Colin Egglesfield, Park Forest, Lobbying, Celebrities
A car accident stole Philomena Russum's mobility. The oncoming driver turned left and smacked into her car, breaking her hip. After hip replacement surgery, Russum found it difficult to walk on her own. She applied for, and received, a handicapped...
Tags: Arthritis, Jon Yates, Hip Replacement
MESA, Ariz. — Whenever new Cubs catcher Dioner Navarro would go home questioning whether he still belonged in the big leagues during his struggles the last three seasons, his wife, Sherley, liked to remind him of his baseball claim to fame. "She'd...
Tags: Travis Wood, Culture, United Nations, Ceremonies, Dioner Navarro
South Bend TribuneJim Powers can almost feel it in his bones — basketball season is upon us. “I still get very excited when this time of year comes along,” admits Jim, as youthful as you can be at 87. Basketball, after all, was his first love and then...
Tags: Indiana Hoosiers, Basketball, Sports, Heroism
Nirvana: “Nevermind: Super Deluxe Edition” (Geffen) Rating: 2.5 stars (out of 4) Pearl Jam: “Pearl Jam Twenty” (Columbia) Rating: 3 stars (out of 4) World domination – so difficult to predict, so impossible to maintain....
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesAfter footage of “Pacific Rim” played at CinemaCon this week, the whispers were palpable. “This looks like a new ‘Transformers,’” ......
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