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  • Ask Amy: Remarriage brings out bad feelings

    Ask Amy: Remarriage brings out bad feelings
    Dear Amy: I was recently married to a wonderful man. This is a second marriage for both of us. Our first marriages were difficult and lasted more than 20 years. We were overjoyed to be able to share our happy day with about 80 family and friends. I...
  • Declawing is, indeed, amputation -- and unnecessary

    Declawing is, indeed, amputation -- and unnecessary
    Q: We don't consider a declaw an amputation, as you insist it is. Our cats survive longer because we keep them indoors. We love our cats; they even sleep in our bed. Don't you believe under those conditions it's OK to declaw? -- H.T., Tampa, FL A: It...
  • Nah! to Germany as it flirts with pro-incest law

    Who deserves the Moutza of the Month for September? "Mankind," wrote SuSan H. on Facebook. But SuSan, you simply can't give the Moutza to all the humans on Earth. Yes, there are many candidates. Some think the Olive Garden offers good Italian food. And...
  • Ask Amy: All kids need to know the 'facts of life'

    Ask Amy: All kids need to know the 'facts of life'
    Dear Amy: What is the right age to tell a girl about her period and the "facts of life"? My daughter just entered the fifth grade (she is 10). Many of her friends have started to develop (she has not). I was always told to answer a child's questions...
  • Obama's mixed messages on war

    It's funny how President Obama is always talking about "I" and "me" whenever it makes him look good, but suddenly it's "they" and "we" when mistakes are made.. For instance, for years Obama boasted about how he ended the Iraq war and how he withdrew...
  • America's Favorite Veterinarian a beloved James Herriot clone

    America's Favorite Veterinarian a beloved James Herriot clone
    On Sept. 30, Dr. Tim Hunt, of Marquette, Mich., was voted America's Favorite Veterinarian in a contest sponsored by the non-profit American Veterinary Medical Foundation. As it turns out, voters chose a kind of modern day James Herriot (the beloved late...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's blame game underscores U.S. intelligence problem

    In a nationally televised interview that aired Sunday, U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of his director of national intelligence, James Clapper, the way a manager at a fast-food joint would speak of a grill cook who just botched a burger. "Our head of...
  • Bears' red-zone failures surprising, costly

     Bears' red-zone failures surprising, costly
    Bears cornerback Tim Jennings nodded his head when asked to name the toughest red-zone threat he has faced in the NFL. "I'd have to say the guys right here in this locker room — the guys I go against every day," Jennings said. Honest words...
  • Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school

    Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school
    Dear Amy: My first week in college I met "Christy" and "Ally," who were friends in high school. They have rooms next to each other in our dorm. I had a brief relationship with Christy. I ended it because we lacked an emotional connection; also Christy...
  • Restaurant review: Parachute ★★★

    Restaurant review: Parachute ★&#9733&#9733
    For my money, 4-month-old Parachute is the most exciting restaurant to open in Chicago this year. The husband-wife chef team of Johnny Clark and Beverly Kim are working magic in Avondale. In a dining room that accommodates, at most, 40 customers, Kim...
  • Restaurant review: Ceres' Table ★★

    Restaurant review: Ceres' Table ★&#9733
    The success of Ceres' Table in its original Uptown location was a culinary mystery. Set across the street from a cemetery and next door to the infamous Lincoln Towing company, Giuseppe Scurato's restaurant sat on a street that literally was the last place...