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  • The Sonics put nasty into every note

    The Sonics put nasty into every note
    The Sonics put a whole bunch of nasty into every note they played on two ground-breaking albums in the mid-'60s. "Later on when people started calling us 'punks,' we didn't know what to think," singer Jerry Roslie says. "Punk used to be not a nice term....
  • So far, dog flu epidemic is confined to the Chicago area

    There are reasonable concerns that the canine influenza (dog flu) epidemic in the Chicago area could be a springboard, triggering outbreaks across America. "Dogs travel, and dogs have zero immunity to the virus," notes Chicago veterinarian Dr. Derrick...
  • Book Events: Stowe Center Talks About Race, R.J. Julia About Love Stories

    Book Events: Stowe Center Talks About Race, R.J. Julia About Love Stories
    Author, essayist and UConn professor William Jelani Cobb will speak at a free Salon at Stowe event on Thursday, April 30, at 5 p.m. at the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, 77 Forest St., Hartford. The Center's executive director, Katherine Kane, will be...
  • Ask Amy: Niece wants to confront uncle about family secret

    Ask Amy: Niece wants to confront uncle about family secret
    Dear Amy: I grew up in a small town where everyone knows everyone's business. My grandmother recently told me that the father of her son-in-law is not his biological father. She told me her son-in-law's mother had an affair, resulting in her getting...
  • Powerful new preventives kill fleas faster than ever

    Along with spring showers and flowers come fleas. It's a sure bet in most parts of the country, but some places have it worse than others. Fleas in Florida and other southern states can be so overwhelming that many pet owners throw in the towel,...
  • Conference explores cat behavior issues

    Conference explores cat behavior issues
    ATLANTA, GA -- "Cats are not anti-social," says veterinary behaviorist Dr. Sharon Crowell-Davis, professor of behavior and anatomy at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, Athens, speaking at the 2015 International Association of...
  • Shooting cop videos? Be nice

    What if you happened to record video on your smartphone of a police officer as he shot an unarmed suspect in the back? What would you do with it? That disturbing question faced Feidin Santana, the Dominican immigrant said on NBC's "Today Show," after...
  • Ask Amy: Four months of dating, no first kiss?

    Ask Amy: Four months of dating, no first kiss?
    Dear Amy: I have a question regarding chemistry and what I've heard described as a relationship "intimacy gap." I met someone through eHarmony and have been seeing him for four months. He is kind and attentive. He doesn't smoke, drink or gamble. He...
  • Rachel Marsden: The FBI's identity crisis

    PARIS -- The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation seems to be dreaming of foreign lands. Poland, to be exact. Circa World War II. In an article for the Washington Post adapted from a speech at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, FBI Director...
  • John Kass: Cardinal Francis George, the intellectual rock of American Catholicism

    Cardinal Francis George of Chicago -- the intellectual rock of the Roman Catholic Church in America -- died in his bed the other day. "I expect to die in my bed," George said years ago. These are the first few words of a controversial quote that set out...
  • How Hillary Clinton's enemies aid her cause

    In the business of low political blows, gun rights advocate Wayne LaPierre reminds us of Hillary Clinton's best not-so-secret weapon: her amazing ability to drive her rivals and critics nuts. "I have to tell ya," said the National Rifle Association's...