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  • At Stonewall Museum, a different 'Stroke'

    At Stonewall Museum, a different 'Stroke'
    When fashion illustrator Robert W. Richards was 10 years old and living in small-town Maine, he pretended to shop for comic books at the local drugstore. When the clerk, a family friend who lived down the street, wasn't looking, Richards would shove a...
  • Remember political correctness? It's back, frothing at the mouth and at hurricane force

    I have a distinct memory, dating back to 1989 or so, of sitting around with my college dorm mates talking about a new term that was popping up everywhere: "political correctness." Although the designation had been floating around radical circles of...
  • Snowstorms bring out the best in us — snow piles, the worst

    Snowstorms bring out the best in us — snow piles, the worst
    Big snowfalls bring out the best in us. As the flakes fall and the wind whips mounds into drifts, we rally. Those of us who can, shovel off our own sidewalks and maybe go a house or two up and down the street. Snowblower heroes carve pathways down...
  • 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...
  • Decide on a strategy for a winter outing in NYC

    NEW YORK A big chunk of each issue of New York magazine is devoted to what's new or noteworthy in dining, shopping, fashion and the arts in "the city that never sleeps." Reporters and critics who specialize in each area cull the city's myriad offerings to...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Group tries to bring attention to NFL and domestic violence

    PHOENIX Truck driver Danny Como drew stares from passers-by as he navigated his flatbed through the cordoned-off streets surrounding downtown Super Bowl festivities. And no wonder, because a nearly 13-foot-high billboard on the back of his truck read:...
  • 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. “...
  • Reduce U.S. corporate tax rates?: Front Burner

    Reduce U.S. corporate tax rates?: Front Burner
    After Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate in last year's election, corporate tax reform was among a handful of issues still considered possible areas for compromise between President Obama and congressional Republicans. After all, both Obama and...