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  • Dulaney guard Isaiah Lamb commits to Marist

    Dulaney guard Isaiah Lamb commits to Marist
    Before Isaiah Lamb tore his ACL on Jan. 16, the Marist men’s basketball coaches told him he was their No. 1 recruit. After the Dulaney senior’s injury, that message remained the same. “They were supportive,” Lamb said. “...
  • Columnist wrongly criticizes Paris police

    After reading about the noble efforts of Martin Luther King Jr., I could not help but contrast his fight for justice and civil rights with the absurd racist and police-bashing comment of columnist Clarence Page. In an otherwise intelligent Room for...
  • ABC considering a comedy series about writer Dan Savage

    ABC considering a comedy series about writer Dan Savage
    ABC is making a sitcom pilot based on the life of "Savage Love" columnist Dan Savage. The untitled comedy will be a "single-camera semi-autobiographical entry based on the LGBT activist/boundary-pushing columnist's life," according to The Hollywood...
  • Twitter best-seller author, NYT columnist Nick Bilton, working on book about Silk Road

    The author of a best-seller about Twitter is working on an investigative book about the black market website Silk Road. New York Times columnist Nick Bilton has a deal with Portfolio for a "detailed narrative," the publisher announced Monday. The book is...
  • Deerfield water facility wins another award

    Deerfield water facility wins another award
    The effectiveness of sewers and wastewater projects may not get noticed by a lot of people around Deerfield when everything is working, but it has been winning the village awards. Deerfield’s water reclamation facility (WRF), completed in 2013, won...
  • Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores

    Israeli book chain scraps plan to sell Charlie Hebdo in stores
    Israel’s largest bookstore chain canceled plans for in-store sales of the Charlie Hebdo "survivors’ edition" and announced Sunday that it would sell the magazine only online, after warnings by Arab lawmakers and activists. The first issue...
  • Quirky in-flight catalog SkyMall files for bankruptcy as passengers find new distractions

    Apparently, airline passengers aren't buying enough garden gnomes, superhero pajamas and heated cat shelters. SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy. The quirky in-flight shopping catalog has been a mainstay on airlines since 1989. Passengers with nowhere to...
  • Johnson Publishing to sell historic photo archive

     Johnson Publishing to sell historic photo archive
    A picture is worth a thousand words. You know that. Measured in dollars, Johnson Publishing is hoping 5 million of them will fetch closer to $40 million. Looking to raise cash, the Chicago-based publisher of Ebony magazine has put its entire photo...
  • Sports Illustrated lays off all 6 staff photographers

    Sports Illustrated lays off all 6 staff photographers
    NEW YORK (AP) — Sports Illustrated is laying off all six of its staff photographers as it restructures its photography department. Scott Novak, a spokesman for parent company Time Inc., says that the magazine will be able to expand its contributor...
  • Require budget cuts for disaster aid?: Front Burner

    Require budget cuts for disaster aid?: Front Burner
    The good news: Florida has enjoyed nearly 10 years of hurricane-free living. The bad news: Experts say that drought means ill winds soon will blow. Over that decade, Florida's population has grown, and more homes and businesses to cater to that enlarged...
  • In mocking Sen. Joni Ernst's 'bread bags,' aren't liberals being hypocritical?

    It’s hard to say what coastal liberals think is funnier: the fact that Republican Sen. Joni Ernst’s thrifty mother tied bread bags over her little girl’s feet to protect her shoes on muddy days -- or the fact that Ernst comes from Iowa,...