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Revered around the world but never a major star, worshipped by critics and connoisseurs but perpetually strapped for cash, the towering Chicago tenor saxophonist Von Freeman practically went out of his way to avoid commercial success. When trumpeter Miles...
2012 was a characteristically plentiful year in jazz performance, Chicagoans hearing a tremendous range of music. The best concerts, in chronological order: March 1: Tammy McCann at the Jazz Showcase. The majestic Chicago singer designed her four-...
The Hartford CourantThey were down a boat length quickly, right after the start of the race to determine who would go to the Olympics. At the halfway point, it didn't look good. Rowers Sara Hendershot and Sarah Zelenka trailed the five-time national team of Amanda Polk...
The first week of high school football is here! This Friday night, high schools all over the state of Indiana will turn on the lights and kick-off a brand new season. Here are five things for northern Indiana fans to keep an eye on in 2011: 1. Mishawaka...
Bonjour, bienvenue happy Bastille Day, welcome to this live play-by-play of today's Cubs-Pirates game. Vive la Cubicle! We can all assume regular breathing patterns now that baseball is back, Ronnie Woo is safe and thank God, Jah, Vishnu and L. Ron...
The Cubs, seemingly left for dead a week ago, have reeled off four straight wins to claw back to .500. Mark Prior tossed a gem yesterday and Kerry Wood will try to do the same today. On the mound for the Pirates is Josh Fogg, the former White Sox hurler...
The Religion WorldThe Lutheran magazine's January cover story is about the decline in membership and churches of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The story, written by Nicole Radziszewski, says that nearly 30 percent of ELCA churches average less than 50...
The Varsity BlogBloomsburg will recognize and honor the effort of both the town's residents and the university community to recovery from the worst flooding in Columbia County history on Sept. 8 at the school's 2012 football home opener against Edinboro. Here's the......
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelComing this weekend: awards, comedy and football. We'll hope that “Saturday Night Live” is far better in its regular slot than it was as a Thursday prime-time special on NBC. Did it seem that the writers ran out of ideas with the drunk uncle...
Channel Guide MagazineGSN is bringing back its popular original series The American Bible Challenge for Season 2 starting March 21. The one-hour game show tests contestants on their knowledge of the Bible, and Season 2 finds 18 new teams putting forward that knowledge. Jeff...
L.A. NOWEl Cajon police are investigating the appearance of an "extensive amount" of racist graffiti, including swastikas, discovered Monday morning on buildings at Kennedy Park. The graffiti included words, phrases and symbols used by hate groups, police said....
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