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Some campers learned a few new dance moves this week at a revamped summer camp for special-needs children in Costa Mesa. Halfway through the Camp of Creative Minds, which is eight weeks and serves children ages 5 to 18 who have autism or other related...
Tags: Autism, Basketball, Entertainment, Entertainment Events, Sports
The Baltimore SunThe big reveal at the end of Sunday night's episode of "Game of Thrones" is that the Stark children, Bran and Rickon, are not only alive, but hiding right beneath Theon Greyjoy's nose in Winterfell. So much for Greyjoy's relentless hunt. Theon should...
Every page I turn lately seems anchored in economics. And politics aside, there is no denying these uncertain economic times have readers flocking to stories of poverty and power, examining how we provide for ourselves, and what the future might portend....
The popularity of musical theater in the middle part of the past century brought with it a few gentle spoofs of the genre — "Little Mary Sunshine" and "Dames at Sea" among the most notable. The satirical art also flowered in England, where...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Entertainment, Julie Andrews, Theater, Music
When Katherine Boo won the MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant 10 years ago, the citation praised her as one of the most influential journalists writing about contemporary social conditions. It noted her "expansive research, elegant...
Literary editorOur May Book of the Month discussion will conclude with an interview with Katherine Boo, author of “Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity.” The MacArthur Genius winner, recognized for the prodigious...
Tags: India, Government, Mumbai (India), Poverty, Chicago Tribune
Next on the agenda for the ladies of Ebenezer is a Good Friday fish dinner sale, beginning at 11 am at Ebenezer AME Church, 26 West Bethel St. The menu includes fried fish, fried potatoes and onions, cole slaw and cornbread. The cost is $8. Eat in, take...
Daily American Staff WriterState police investigated the death of a skier who died Monday at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. David A. McClelland, 36, Coraopolis, died of a head injury at 6:56 p.m. State police said witnesses told them that McClelland was skiing when he left a trail...
Emmett Miller - As of October 2010, Emmett has left KTLA. Markina Brown - Markina left KTLA in 2010. Asha Blake - Asha left KTLA in 2009. Ross King - Ross left KTLA in 2009. Damon Andrews - Damon left KTLA in 2009. He works for SportsNet Central in...
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Central Florida Varsity the Blog - Orlando SentinelSeminole Athletic Conference champion Hagerty landed four players on the All-SAC girls soccer first-team. Mikaela Renfro, Samantha Collin, Amyah Banks and Ruvimbo Mucherera represented the Huskies, who will play Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas in...
Special to Tribune NewspapersPart of a series of mini-reviews of Chicago-area hotels. In just five years, The James Chicago has established itself as one of Chicago's most popular hotels, blending stylish luxury with notes of whimsy. Look no further than David Burke's Primehouse,...
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