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  • DP List: Best films to rent, see for Valentine's Day

    Here are the top Valentine's Day movies you and your sweetie can cozy up to this weekend. A variety of themes, from romantic comedies to dramas and even a teen angst vampire flick, give you plenty of options. And don't be put off by a Christmas-themed...
  • Pictures in the News | February 5, 2015

     
    Thursday's Pictures in the News begins on the East Coast with a view of Manhattan pictured from the Observatory of the Empire State Building. Start spreading the news....
  • Lucky lovebirds say 'I do' atop NYC's Empire State Building

    One hundred couples braved whipping winds and biting temperatures to say "I do" at the top of the Empire State Building. The Daily News reports the lucky lovebirds won an online lottery in order to join the Valentine's Day group nuptials on Saturday....
  • 'Twilight' alum Peter Facinelli engaged to 'Thor's' Jaimie Alexander

    'Twilight' alum Peter Facinelli engaged to 'Thor's' Jaimie Alexander
    Just what the doctor ordered: Peter Facinelli and Jaimie Alexander are engaged. The actor popped the question to his former "'Nurse Jackie" costar on Monday, and his-and-her confirmations by their reps were made to the Los Angeles Times late Wednesday....
  • 5 Chicago couples share their love connection

    5 Chicago couples share their love connection
    Movies tell us love blossoms at the top of the Empire State Building, or at sunset on the bow of a ship. But real-life connections can be just as remarkable—without all those cheesy violins. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, RedEye talked to...
  • Legos more than 'just a toy' for Arlington Heights architect

    Legos more than 'just a toy' for Arlington Heights architect
    Adam Reed Tucker stopped using Legos when he was about 10, deciding it wasn't cool to play with toys anymore. But now, decades later, he works with the bricks for hours a day, almost every day. A studio on the second floor of his Arlington Heights...
  • Notorious women of the automotive world

    Jean Jennings JeanKnowsCars.com What makes a woman crazy about an automobile? I can only speak for myself. I grew up in the country surrounded by a dairy farm and five brothers. To me, cars were freedom. When I was 14 years old, as an exchange student...
  • Houston scores on international tourism by playing to core strengths

     Houston scores on international tourism by playing to core strengths
    The trip to Houston was not the main event, merely a pit stop on the way to a Caribbean cruise leaving from a nearby port. But Flor Hernandez's family fell in love with the city, squeezing in visits to the aquarium, the art museum and the shopping...
  • The view from Vegas: NCAA tournament committee got it right

    The view from Vegas: NCAA tournament committee got it right
    RJ Bell of Pregame.com in Las Vegas always puts out interesting tidbits on things like the Super Bowl and NCAA tournament. Here's his report on the newly-released brackets for this year's NCAA tournament, and note that Vegas feels the committee got it...
  • Library Notes for March 11

    Events for the whole family are being held at local libraries. Antioch Public Library 757 N. Main St. (847) 395-0874; http://www.apld.info Concert: Irish folksinger Ian Gould will perform contemporary and traditional Irish and Celtic Music at 2 p....
  • On The Fly: Where Is The NCAA's Investigation Of North Carolina?

    On The Fly: Where Is The NCAA's Investigation Of North Carolina?
    Um, NCAA, any time you're ready, we're ready ... to hear about the findings from the investigation you reopened last summer into an academic scandal at mighty North Carolina. You know, the one where a former U.S. Justice Department official found that...