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  • Plus-size model in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is barely progress

     Plus-size model in Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is barely progress
    I want to be excited about plus-size model Ashley Graham appearing in Sports Illustrated's upcoming swimsuit issue. I really do. But a couple of things are holding me back. First, she's in an ad. So unlike the models who get paid to appear on the...
  • Kerry Washington's lighter skin on cover of InStyle prompts complaints

    Kerry Washington's lighter skin on cover of InStyle prompts complaints
    Handle it, InStyle. Kerry Washington took to social media late Wednesday to gush about her March cover for the magazine, but her skin tone in an image she posted on Instagram and Twitter appeared significantly lighter than in real life. The difference...
  • Instant analysis of the New England Patriots' win in Super Bowl XLIX

    Instant analysis of the New England Patriots' win in Super Bowl XLIX
    Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors share their thoughts after the New England Patriots' 28-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: Just like the Ravens did several weeks ago in the divisional playoff...
  • Mailbag: Attacks on Monahan are unfair

    Re: "Costa Mesa police supporters plan rally on same day as 'wake'": Columnist Barbara Venezia seems to think Councilman Gary Monahan should know more about Jay Pinson than the police. I met Pinson once at the councilman's business, Skosh Monahan's....
  • Cut Fla. corporate income tax?: Front Burner

    Cut Fla. corporate income tax?: Front Burner
    Gov. Rick Scott put a bull's-eye on Florida's corporate income tax when he first ran for governor in 2010. The tax is still around. But so is the bull's-eye. Scott's economic policy proposals in 2010 included phasing out the state's 5.5 percent tax on...
  • Aspen Library improvements a welcome change

    Two of my most eager sources for local news reside not more than five minutes away from me. The Boss's mother and my mother, who live next door to each other at Victory Centre in Vernon Hills and are affectionately referred to as Har(riet Ar)Lene, have...
  • Five things for Friday, Jan. 30

    Five things for Friday, Jan. 30
    Here are your stories for Friday in Central Florida: no charges in wine-throwing incident for George Zimmerman; "Homeless Jesus" sculpture coming to Orlando; Magic coach on firing line; and more. 1. George Zimmerman won't be prosecuted for allegedly...
  • 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. “...
  • Hopkins president Daniels urges investment in 'next generation of science'

    Hopkins president Daniels urges investment in 'next generation of science'
    The "next generation of science" is at risk unless major changes are made to increase opportunities for young researchers, Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels wrote in a scientific journal article published Tuesday. Only 1 percent of...
  • Sexiest anchor? WKMG's Matt Austin in running

    Sexiest anchor? WKMG's Matt Austin in running
    In delivering its Sexiest Man issue, People magazine also studied TV anchors and picked Matt Austin of WKMG-Channel 6 as among the hottest. The magazine hits stands on Friday, and "Thor" star Chris Hemsworth won the overall title as Sexiest Man Alive....
  • SOLD OUT FEB 4 | Blue Sky: 'Yes, And' with The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton

    SOLD OUT FEB 4 | Blue Sky: 'Yes, And' with The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton
    The Second City's Kelly Leonard and Tom Yorton have spent decades helping businesses succeed by using the principles of improvisation. Their work has helped countless companies elevate strategy and improve teamwork, and it all starts with the...