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Groundhog Day

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  • Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days

    Late-weekend cold front may push temps below zero for 2 days
    Repercussions from the heavy snowfall started to sound like the punch line to a joke Thursday: It snowed so much, Chicago closed its outdoor ice skating rinks. Elmhurst began dumping its snow in a quarry usually reserved for flood overflow. And the...
  • Morning commute fitful but better as temperatures rise

    Morning commute fitful but better as temperatures rise
    After two days of major disruptions and cancellations, Metra trains ran normal schedules this morning though some commuters waited more than half an hour in the cold because of delays. Most of the delays were on the Burlington Northern Sante Fe line,...
  • Successful Super Bowl in the snow could plow way for other cold-weather cities

    Successful Super Bowl in the snow could plow way for other cold-weather cities
    When Rob Rogers woke up the morning of Dec. 8 and looked at an ominous weather forecast predicting several inches of snow or the threat of freezing rain, he knew exactly where he wanted to be. The 24-year-old Hampden resident rushed to his computer,...
  • Mike and Molly Season 4: Date, time, TV channel, preview and more!

     
    Mike and Molly Season 4 premieres at 9pm Monday, Nov. 4, on CBS. When it debuted in 2010, the buzz on Mike & Molly was that it had the audacity to treat overweight people as — gasp! — regular people, and make them the focus of the show as...
  • Beware offers to skip loan payment at holidays

    What's the first sign that the holidays are upon us? The ugly, inflatable six-foot Santas on sale with the Fourth of July mosquito candles? The delicate strains of "The Little Drummer Boy" wafting over your back-to-school shopping in September? Or is it...
  • Review: 'Haunter' hauntingly pierces layers of reality

    Review: 'Haunter' hauntingly pierces layers of reality
    There are things worse than death. One could, for example, wake up each morning to find it's the day before your 16th birthday — again. In "Haunter," Lisa (Abigail Breslin) lives this "Groundhog Day" nightmare day after day, a rebellious teen doomed...
  • Tax season's busting out at long last

    Well, we're finally getting to that extra-special time of year, and I don't mean the first day of spring, St. Patrick's Day, baseball's Opening Day, or even National Cleavage Day (which is an actual, real thing). While those holidays certainly make three...
  • There is evil in the world ... and good!

    "I'm not a good guy. I mean, I don't hurt anybody. But I don't help, either." This quote is by Louis C.K. and fronts a new Scribner/Simon and Schuster book titled "I Wear the Black Hat" by Chuck Klosterman. The sub-title to this slightly mysterious...
  • London's future at U.Va. should hinge on marked progress

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — A Virginia football season that began with a promising victory has declined alarmingly, and coach Mike London's job could, and should, hinge on dramatic improvement. Such progress need not include championship contention or...
  • IndieCade: A look at some of the year’s most exciting games

     
    Stroll end to end at IndieCade, a now-annual game festival and conference in Culver City, and there’s as much for […]...
  • George Zimmerman: How is the state doing?

    George Zimmerman: How is the state doing?
    The prosecution at the George Zimmerman trial has come in for repeated drubbings. There was more criticism Tuesday, but there was some praise, too. Mark NeJame, legal analyst for Central Florida News 13, applauded the state's chronological...