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  • Review: 'Crossroads' by John Milward

    Review: 'Crossroads' by John Milward
    Almost two years ago 2nd Ward alderman Bob Fioretti stood in the rain on a South Wabash Avenue corner and held up a street sign that read “Buddy Guy Way.”
  • Dixie Evans dies at 86; the 'Marilyn Monroe of Burlesque'

    For years, if you honked three times outside the right gate in the desert between Victorville and Barstow on old Route 66, an aging "Marilyn Monroe of Burlesque" would emerge. She sauntered down the driveway at the abandoned goat ranch and waved...

    Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse trial: First settlement reached

    Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse trial: First settlement reached
    A man whose testimony helped convict former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky of sexually abusing boys has become the first victim to reach a financial settlement against the university and will receive several million dollars,...

    Looking Out: Same-sex couples are like 12-year-olds, Pa. says

    Looking Out: Same-sex couples are like 12-year-olds, Pa. says
    Apparently, gay couples trying to tie the knot in Pennsylvania are just like 12-year-olds. Montgomery County in suburban Philadelphia has been providing same-sex marriage licenses since late July in defiance of a state law defining marriage as a union...

    Stephen M. Ross, Faulkner expert

    Stephen M. Ross, Faulkner expert
    Stephen M. Ross, who devoted years to studying novelist William Faulkner and was a retired National Endowment for the Humanities official, died of a stroke Aug. 21 in Philadelphia. The Catonsville resident was 69. His wife, Carol Kolmerten, said he...