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  • Girls' Soccer: Novotny sisters lift Sage

    Girls' Soccer: Novotny sisters lift Sage
    Due to their age difference, Claire and Maile Novotny have rarely played on the same girls' soccer teams growing up. Claire is a junior at Sage Hill School, and Maile (pronounced "Miley") is a freshman. This year, they're enjoying playing together on...
  • Maddonna and Young: A presidential campaign history lesson for Romney

    Maddonna and Young: A presidential campaign history lesson for Romney
    Much chatter amid even more controversy has met the news that Mitt Romney may be running again for president. Whether he should or shouldn't, whether he will or won't are questions to be answered over the next several months. But we don't have to wait...
  • Community: Cookbook's special ingredient is history

    Community: Cookbook's special ingredient is history
    The Burbank Historical Society has cooked up a fundraiser that should please the palate and shed light on the city's past. Author Susan Hodgson has compiled recipes and stories contributed by her fellow society board members and local residents to...
  • Kevin Plank should be mindful of Port Covington's history

    Kevin Plank should be mindful of Port Covington's history
    From a Baltimore History standpoint, it is strongly to be desired that those involved in the development of Port Covington ("Kevin Plank-backed Port Covington deals fuel new speculation for possible campus," Jan. 23) remember the day in September 1814...
  • Masked men crash SUV into S.F. museum, steal 10 ounces of gold

    Masked men crash SUV into S.F. museum, steal 10 ounces of gold
    Three men drove an SUV into a Wells Fargo History Museum in San Francisco and made off with gold nuggets, giving new meaning to the term "gold rush." About 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, the trio drove a stolen SUV through the front of the museum in the downtown...
  • Athletes made the Sochi Winter Olympics special

    Athletes made the Sochi Winter Olympics special
    The winter weather was warm, as expected. The "dangerous face water" — as my Tribune colleague Stacy St. Clair famously tweeted — was an unexpectedly disgusting orange. The war waited until the Olympics ended, when Russian President Vladimir...
  • Bud Selig's time as head of MLB is worth admiring

    Bud Selig's time as head of MLB is worth admiring
    The Bud Selig farewell tour will make its first stop in Los Angeles on Jan. 17. You can come and cheer. You can come and jeer. If you have any sense for history, you will come and admire. The event will be Dennis Gilbert's annual Professional...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Try a different perspective on for size

    What if you could change your perspective for one evening? The new Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries program series "Through the Eyes of…" is an opportunity to see through the lenses of other people who have diligently developed a unique point...
  • College of DuPage trustees largely silent on president's big buyout

    College of DuPage trustees largely silent on president's big buyout
    Erin Birt had just voted for one of the biggest severance packages for a public employee in Illinois history, but she couldn't — or wouldn't — explain it. The chairwoman of the College of DuPage board of trustees, Birt repeatedly declined to...
  • Vikings map perfect course en route to middle school boys' roundball crown

    Vikings map perfect course en route to middle school boys' roundball crown
    Stranahan High School holds a special place in Bennett Wyche's heart, and his recent return to his alma mater only reinforced that. Wyche, who graduated from the Fort Lauderdale school in 1995, was back as head coach of the Lauderdale Lakes Middle...
  • Behind-scenes struggle plays out over Vivian Maier's acclaimed photos

     Behind-scenes struggle plays out over Vivian Maier's acclaimed photos
    Nearly six years after amateur street photographer Vivian Maier died virtually penniless in Chicago, a largely behind-the-scenes struggle over the legal rights to her acclaimed work is playing out in her adopted hometown with huge repercussions for...