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St. Patrick's Day

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  • How you saw it: Tense Game 5 clincher for Hawks

    How you saw it: Tense Game 5 clincher for Hawks
    Round 1, Game 5: Blackhawks 5, Wild 1 The Blackhawks have begun the chase for the Stanley Cup, and RedEye is covering their journey through the eyes of the fans. With their 5-1 victory Thursday at the United Center, the Hawks won their first...
  • Howells & Hood to open in Tribune Tower

    Howells & Hood to open in Tribune Tower
    Everything about Howells & Hood, the new restaurant and bar set to open March 16 on the street level of Tribune Tower, feels huge. The street-level space measures 17,300 square feet, and will contain three full bars, 360 draft beer lines, two DJ booths...
  • Accepting the challenges of politics

    Accepting the challenges of politics
    Fifth in a series of profiles about those in the trenches of Costa Mesa's political battles. * Gary Monahan can't escape politics — not even during his morning commute. As the Costa Mesa councilman walks from his Eastside home to the...
  • Update: Future of recently sold J. Patrick's Pub up in the air, according to new owner

    Update: Future of recently sold J. Patrick's Pub up in the air, according to new owner
    UPDATE (Jan. 18): Not so fast. Although the Baltimore Business Journal reported soon-to-be new owner (paperwork still needs to be completed to make it official, he said) Steve O'Donnell would "likely 'keep everything the same'" at J. Patrick's, O'...
  • Francis X. Hennessy, Jurist For 36 Years, Dies at 82

    Francis X. Hennessy, a judge who rose to the state's second-highest court and a political adviser to Democrat Ella Grasso in her campaign for governor, died Tuesday at the age of 82. During a 36-year career in the state courts, Hennessy was a juvenile...
  • Rachel D'Avino: Fun-Loving But Serious About Aiding Those With Autism

    Rachel D'Avino: Fun-Loving But Serious About Aiding Those With Autism
    The stack of photographs, nearly a foot high, captures Rachel D'Avino in all her buoyant glory. There she is, dark hair and broad smile, striking a silly pose in dress-up clothes, or thrusting her arm around her cousin, her big personality shining...
  • Roadside residents want protection from speeders

    Roadside residents want protection from speeders
    Bob Johnston was giving his 21-month-old son, T.J., a bath in his home on Windsor Mill Road in Franklintown the night of Dec. 18 when he felt "a god-awful shaking" and looked outside. Three lawns away, a large van had crashed into a neighbor's home. In...
  • The Sun named newspaper of the year by Md.-Del.-D.C. press group

    The Sun named newspaper of the year by Md.-Del.-D.C. press group
    The Baltimore Sun was named Newspaper of the Year on Friday in the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association awards contest and also took home the association's annual honor for "extraordinary efforts" to gain access to public records. The Sun has been...
  • Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies

    Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies
    The mood Tuesday inside Pickles Pub, across from Camden Yards, matched the gray rainy weather. As noontime regulars ate their lunch and quietly caressed glasses of beer amid the low-key chatter and music playing in the background, something clearly...
  • Chicago band Switchback keeping musical options open

    Chicago band Switchback keeping musical options open
    Former Chicagoan Ron Pen holds a very lengthy and lofty title at the University of Kentucky in Lexington: Professor; Director, John Jacob Niles Center for American Music; Coordinator, Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology. You might think him...
  • Gerald J. Curran, state delegate

    Gerald J. Curran, state delegate
    Gerald J. Curran, a member of a well-known political family who represented Northeast Baltimore neighborhoods in the Maryland House of Delegates, died of pancreatic cancer Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 74 and lived in...