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  • Manhattan's Last Remaining Lighthouse Easy To Miss

    Bustling Manhattan is busy and loud, but one small building is nestled in a quiet place, a reminder of simpler times. "Unless you know to look for it when crossing over the bridge, you wouldn't even think to look down at this little lighthouse that used...
  • Why the culture wars refuse to die

    Why the culture wars refuse to die
    Regardless of what you think about last week's Supreme Court decision on gay marriage, you have to admire the raw capitalistic pluck of the dozens of American corporations that decided, upon the majestic release of Justice Anthony Kennedy's addled mandate...
  • Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan on their 'brutally honest' rom-com 'Catastrophe'

    Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan on their 'brutally honest' rom-com 'Catastrophe'
    Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney aren't a couple, but they play one on TV -- well, actually, on Amazon. The duo created, wrote and star in "Catastrophe," a romantic comedy (of sorts) that debuts today on the streaming service. Horgan plays Sharon, an Irish...
  • Burbank couple celebrates 75 years of marriage

    Burbank couple celebrates 75 years of marriage
    Steve Marchese says he knows the secret to a long marriage. He’s stopped couples walking down the street and shared it with them, he said, and he’s used it himself. Marchese might be onto something — the 96-year-old and his wife, Rose,...
  • Children's Chorus of Carroll County to perform at Carnegie Hall

    Children's Chorus of Carroll County to perform at Carnegie Hall
    How did singers from the Children's Chorus of Carroll County get invited to perform at Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice. On Saturday, 33 singers from the choir between the ages of 12 and 17 will participate in the National Children's Chorus...
  • America's No. 1 tourist spot is a place nobody ever wanted to be: Alcatraz

    America's No. 1 tourist spot is a place nobody ever wanted to be: Alcatraz
    What is it about an old federal penitentiary that's so appealing to tourists? Alcatraz beat out the Golden Gate Bridge, the Lincoln Memorial and the Statue of Liberty to be selected the No. 1 landmark in the U.S. in TripAdvisor's recent Travelers'...
  • Tina Charles donates half WNBA salary to her foundation

    Liberty star Tina Charles' foundation is always close to her heart. The New York native once again will donate half of her WNBA salary to a charity she started to honor her aunt who died of multiple organ failure in 2013. Charles has already bought...
  • Spirited debate

    Spirited debate
     On Saturday, June 6, 2015, I moderated a discussion between Ben Baldanza, the president and CEO of Spirit Airlines, and John Paul Rollert, adjunct assistant professor who teaches ethics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. It took place...
  • Essentials: NYC from the classics to new attractions

    If you haven't visited New York City recently, you've got some catching up to do, from the observatory at One World Trade, to the new Whitney Museum, to happening neighborhoods far from Manhattan. Here's a look. ___ WHAT'S NEW For the newest bird's-eye...
  • Huntley strikes first, but Barrington scores three unanswered goals

    Huntley strikes first, but Barrington scores three unanswered goals
    Huntley knew it was going to face a daunting task against a familiar foe in Tuesday's Class 3A Barrington Supersectional. With a prolific offense and a defense that hadn't allowed a goal in the postseason coming into the game, the host Fillies had the...
  • Hershey's Chocolate World wants to keep Las Vegas fans guessing

    Hershey's Chocolate World wants to keep Las Vegas fans guessing
    Hershey’s Chocolate World is tough to miss on the Las Vegas Strip. The exterior features a 74-foot high by 24-foot wide replica of a Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar, an 18-foot Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and eight dancing Hershey's Kisses....