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  • Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Bears columnist Brad Biggs tackles readers' questions: I don't track the salary cap and I know Devin Hester was due a fair amount of money, but is it shaping up to have been a mistake to release him? Watching the preseason, it sure feels like a small...
  • Steve Bisciotti faces worst crisis of his Ravens ownership

    Steve Bisciotti faces worst crisis of his Ravens ownership
    As he prepared to confront the worst crisis in his 10 years as principal owner of the Ravens, Steve Bisciotti donned his favorite armor — jeans, a blue sports jacket, an open-collared shirt and gleaming loafers with no socks. Though he was often...
  • Kate Upton snags People's sexiest woman honor

    Kate Upton snags People's sexiest woman honor
    Kate Upton is People magazine's sexiest woman. The magazine, which doles out superlative accolades for the sexiest man and most beautiful woman, gave the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model the lofty title at its inaugural People Magazine Awards at the...
  • Connecticut Personalities On TV, Launching A New Magazine

    Connecticut Personalities On TV, Launching A New Magazine
    It's autumn and that means well-known Connecticut personalities are back in the groove with new projects that bring new exposure. Floral designer extraordinaire Ruth Loiseau of Suffield, has launched a new magazine, Couture Flowers. Well-known for her...
  • Longtime columnist Fein dies

    Leonard "Leibel" Fein, a syndicated columnist, intellectual and activist whose work appeared in the Jewish Journal for more than two decades, died August 14 in New York. He was 80. Fein, a writer and teacher, left an enduring legacy beyond his columns...
  • Adam Jones and Capitals star Alex Ovechkin an unlikely Sports Illustrated cover pair

    Adam Jones and Capitals star Alex Ovechkin an unlikely Sports Illustrated cover pair
    With the start of the NHL season and MLB playoffs running concurrently as the calendar turns to October, Sports Illustrated lumped them together with some regional, cross-sport cover coverage. One of those regional covers features Orioles centerfielder ...
  • Oak Park jewelry store named one of the coolest in the country

    Oak Park jewelry store named one of the coolest in the country
    A New York-based jewelry magazine has named Oak Park's Gem Jewelry Boutique the fourth-coolest small jewelry store in the country. Gem owner Laura Kitsos entered INSTORE magazine's annual "coolest stores contest" early this year and is featured in the...
  • 'Cosmopolitan' Naperville lands on Best Places list

     'Cosmopolitan' Naperville lands on Best Places list
    Naperville has once again landed a spot in Money magazine's Best Places to Live list. The western suburb was ranked 33rd among cities with populations of 50,000 to 300,000. It also was ranked 14th on the magazine's Top Earning Towns list. "Naperville,...
  • Who won the war in Gaza?

    Who won the war in Gaza?
    "Hamas was seriously beaten," Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu told a group of skeptical reporters and columnists at a news conference, on the day after an open-ended ceasefire was declared last Tuesday. The IDF put figures on the "severe...
  • British official tweets himself into shame with explicit photos

    British official tweets himself into shame with explicit photos
    The adage that those who fail to study history are destined to repeat it apparently hasn't reached the Twittersphere. British Cabinet minister Brooks Newmark tendered his resignation over the weekend after learning that the Sunday Mirror tabloid was...
  • Time for U.S. to junk grand juries?: Front Burner

    Time for U.S. to junk grand juries?: Front Burner
    There is one thing people know about grand juries: A porcine po'boy doesn't stand a chance of escaping a proceeding without being indicted if that's what the prosecutor wants. Yet, in recent high-profile cases in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y.,...