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Groundhog Day

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  • 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...
  • From Essex To Moosup, Towns' Traditions On Parade

    With Independence Day just behind us and Labor Day not far away, this is the heart of parade season. And not only does everyone love a parade, as the old song goes, there are parades varied enough for everyone to love. In Connecticut they range from the...
  • Straight No Chaser's Jerome Collins talks about coming home to Allentown, Symphony Hall

     
    In 1989, Jerome Collins was a 13-year-old Allentown boy who, as a member of The Singing Boys of Pennsylvania, got a dream chance to perform with Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra in Allentown’s storied Symphony Hall. Fast forward 23 years. When...
  • 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...
  • Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil doesn't see his shadow, so spring is coming soon

     
    Spring is on the way. That was the forecast Saturday (Feb. 2) from Punxsutawney Phil, who made his annual Groundhog Day appearance in Pennsylvania. Phil didn't see his shadow, and lore has it that when that happens, an early spring is coming....
  • 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 […]...
  • Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon

    Year of Extreme Weather: Snowmageddon
    A year ago, the season's first dusting of snow veered east over Cape Cod and the forecasters were reassuring. Take heart, snow lovers, they said. Your day will come. It did. Over and over again, with back-breaking, bone-chilling, roof-flattening...
  • Disturbance fizzling; rain still expected

    Disturbance fizzling; rain still expected
    A rare February disturbance that initially looked like it had a chance to develop into a subtropical depression is fizzling, the National Hurricane Center Center said Monday morning. Still, Monday's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies, scattered...
  • The sabotage strategy for containing Iran

    The sabotage strategy for containing Iran
    Not long ago, an astute reader noted that it has been nearly two years since I wrote in a column that "most experts now estimate that Iran needs about 18 months to complete a nuclear device and a missile to carry it." His point — that those...
  • Winter advisory issued as season's first serious snow storm takes aim at Chicago

    Winter advisory issued as season's first serious snow storm takes aim at Chicago
    The season's first serious storm is expected to dump as much as 8 inches of snow on the Chicago area Thursday and Friday, and the National Weather Service says high winds and plunging temperatures could make traveling hazardous. Snow will start falling...
  • Perry Hall: Groundhog's prediction casts a shadow on our weather

    As the last days of January go by, no snow has accumulated in the Perry Hall/Kingsville neighborhoods. While snow lovers and students yearn for sledding and days off from school, the rest of us quietly rejoice with the passing of each snowless day. I...