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There were plenty of reasons to complain about Sandy, but plenty of people in Harford County ignored them and have been offering help to people hit harder by the so-called superstorm. Born as a tropical cyclone, Sandy merged with a north Atlantic storm...
email@example.comDuring October 150 years ago, people lined the street outside a New York gallery to see something the likes of which they had never seen before. Inside were images of corpses captured just moments after battle hundreds of miles away at a place called...
Chat with Ben Fountain Ben Fountain will join our Book of the Month discussion via Skype at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 16. To attend the event, which will be in Tribune Tower, email firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 10. Space is limited and will be reserved on a...
In 2008, when Malcolm Gladwell wrote a New Yorker essay called “Late Bloomers,” author Ben Fountain served as exhibit A. The story outlined how Fountain had given up a solid legal career to pursue writing. After 18 years — during which...
On a flight to Mexico, our hero encounters another man in the passenger plane's huge bathroom after they get out of bed. (This plane had sleeping berths.) "I didn't sleep well last night," complains the man. "I'm having trouble with insomnia." "Oh,...
A list of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack victims from data compiled by the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. The overall death toll from the attacks stands at 2,977 -- including 2,753 killed as a result of the attacks at the World Trade Center, 184...
Change of Subject“Something Happened” (is) by far [author Joseph Heller's] most unflinching novel and perhaps his most influential too. Most present-day depictions of the dread-filled workplace and dead-end family life, from “The Office” to “...
J.D. Salinger, one of contemporary literature's most famous recluses, who created a lasting symbol of adolescent discontent in his 1951 novel "The Catcher in the Rye," died Wednesday. He was 91. Salinger died of natural causes at his home in Cornish, N....
Change of SubjectCarlos Zambrano's hissy fit in the Cubs' dugout the other day showed us again the destructive downside of rage. But in all the talk about how he needs to be in therapy, little has been said about the constructive uses......
Change of SubjectThe headline: Military's refusal to discharge lesbian a new Catch-22 The story: (U.S. Air Force) Lt. Robin R. Chaurasiya ... is a lesbian, and in a civil union with another woman. Her commander at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois,......
Tribune chief critic"Catch 22," published in 1961, was the right book at the right time in American history. Its story of an Army Air Forces captain who flees the mad bloodbath of war was set in World War II, but as the country moved into the '60s and the Vietnam War, Joseph...
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