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  • Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so over

    Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so over
    They're over her. Sarah Palin's odd, rambling speech last weekend before an audience of committed conservative activists in Des Moines, Iowa, has many influential voices on the right saying that the time has come to acknowledge that the romance has gone...
  • Christopher Newport University forum talks balance between freedom of speech, criticism of religion

    The attack that killed staffers of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris has raised difficult questions about the balance of freedom of speech in terms of if and when it is appropriate to criticize religion. A group of professors at Christopher Newport...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 28

    Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 28
    Here are your stories for Wednesday in Central Florida: plans for Plaza Live; startup program helps entrepreneur; lineup changes for Magic as they search for answers; and more. 1. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, which bought the Plaza Live theater...
  • Ernie Banks graces Sports Illustrated cover in Midwest

    Ernie Banks graces Sports Illustrated cover in Midwest
    Sports Illustrated paid tribute to Ernie Banks by putting him a regional cover this week. While most of the country received a cover featuring the Seattle Seahawks secondary, readers in the Midwest will get a classic portrait of Mr. Cub. Chicago...
  • George G. 'Greg' Plitt Jr.

    George G. 'Greg' Plitt Jr.
    George G. "Greg" Plitt Jr., a Gilman School graduate, actor, stunt double, and a certified personal trainer who was considered the No. 1 male fitness model in the world, died Jan. 17 in Burbank, Calif., after being struck by a passenger train. The...
  • 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...
  • 'Gone Girl' author, screenwriter visits Skokie amid wild run

    'Gone Girl' author, screenwriter visits Skokie amid wild run
    The following isn’t a scene you’d expect to find in one of Gillian Flynn’s dark razor-sharp novels that have kept readers up well past their bedtimes. An author writes a third book, hoping to build off of the success of the previous...
  • Arch Of Triumphs: At 25, Gampel's Value To UConn Is Huge

    Arch Of Triumphs: At 25, Gampel's Value To UConn Is Huge
    STORRS – Long before the doors opened, Jim Calhoun liked what he saw. "I remember seeing the artist's renderings of it, and they had snow around it," Calhoun said. "I wanted UConn to have a special place, and it was. When you come up on it, on a...
  • 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...
  • Columnist: Science may offer prolonged quality of life

    Aging is not a disease, as it affects everyone. Each day we age, and our risk of developing illnesses increases. By reducing illness, we may enable ourselves to live longer. However, beyond the age of 90, over 70 percent of us are dependent and often in...
  • 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...