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Reminiscent of the elegant simplicity of her mother, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy captivated the approximately 300 guests of the Highland Park Library with stories about her family and love of poetry. She was the keynote speaker on...
The words and ideas expressed by poetry can impart emotions and memories just like photographs and music, Caroline Kennedy told a crowd in Naperville Thursday. The daughter of President John F. Kennedy was on the campus of North Central College in...
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "Alex Cross, Run" by James Patterson (Little, Brown, $28.99). In this latest addition in the Alex Cross series, the detective returns to track down a slew of serial killers in Washington, D.C. Last week: — 2. "A Week in...
When Whitey Bulger was arrested in Santa Monica late on the afternoon of June 22, 2011, it brought to an end one of the longest, and strangest, manhunts in U.S. history. Nearly 82, Bulger had spent 15 years hiding in plain sight in an apartment complex...
A spring break in the nation's capital is a rite of passage for some families, but if the airfare from the West Coast to the East has stretched your vacation budget, take heart. Many places are free, thanks to government funding (although the sequester...
Satirical examinations of fear, experienced by an accountant-actor and young students confronting the consequences of sin, are on stage this month at Bay Theatre in two works by playwright Christopher Durang. The fears are revealed in Durang's one-act...
This post has been corrected. Please see below for details.Phil Ramone, the veteran record producer whose work with such top-tier talent as Barbra Streisand, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon made him one of the most revered figures in the music business, died Saturday. He was 79. He died of complications from pneumonia...
Tags: Ray (movie), Pneumonia, Grammy Awards, Obituaries, Bob Dylan
WASHINGTON -- Blame it on JFK. Fifty years ago, President Kennedy made a decision that, with hindsight, ranks as the biggest mistake of domestic policy since World War II. In many ways, it led directly to today's "sequester" debacle. What Kennedy...
King Features SyndicateSmall rooms need small furniture, but large families need large tables. This problem has been solved in a variety of ways since the 17th century. Homes with long center halls, which were needed to keep the house cool, filled the space with several...
Tags: Human Interest, Auction Service, Prices, New York City
Raymond L. Telles, 97, El Paso's first Latino elected mayor and a former U.S. ambassador to Costa Rica, died Friday at the Sherman Oaks home of his daughter Cynthia Ann Telles, according to KTSM-TV of El Paso. He had been in failing health in recent...
WASHINGTON -- When John Kerry’s political foes complained in 2004 that he “looked French” and ordered Swiss cheese on his Philadelphia cheese steaks, the Democratic presidential nominee began keeping his affinities for Europe bien...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Literature, Mitt Romney, France, Central Asia
If Caroline Kennedy were simply a lawyer and author, it's doubtful that she would be on any president's short list for a major diplomatic appointment. But Kennedy is also a member of a storied American political family and an early and valued supporter of...
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