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  • He captures concert images, from folk to punk

    He captures concert images, from folk to punk
    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston
    Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions about the Ravens' failure to stop the Houston Texans' J.J. Watt, John Harbaugh's coaching style, Gary Kubiak and more. I would like to know which genius coach came up with the plan to...
  • Free expression will survive latest assault

    Free expression  will survive  latest assault
    They are the freedoms that truly separate the Western world from the radicals who would do us harm. Freedom of the press. Freedom of religion. Freedom of speech, including the right to poke fun at political, cultural and yes, religious leaders, too....
  • Mo'ne Davis named SI SportsKid of the Year

    Mo'ne Davis named SI SportsKid of the Year
    Little Leaguer and Philadelphia native Mo'ne Davis has been chosen as Sports Illustrated's 2014 SportsKid of the Year, it was announced on Monday. The annual award given by Sports Illustrated honors a young athlete whose character is notable on and...
  • Both Cubs and White Sox enjoy basking in offseason spotlight

    Both Cubs and White Sox enjoy basking in offseason spotlight
    Late Tribune sports columnist Steve Daley once wrote "Baseball has no offseason in Chicago. Interest only starts to wane when the teams start to play their games." We do spend an inordinate amount of time discussing baseball in the winter, perhaps to...
  • 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.,...
  • Bess Myerson, Miss America who rose in politics and fell in scandal, dies at 90

    Bess Myerson, the former beauty queen, television personality and New York politician who spent four decades in the public eye before her glamorous image was tarnished by scandal, has died. She was 90. Myerson died Dec. 14 at her home in Santa Monica....
  • Instant analysis of the Ravens' 30-17 win over the Steelers

    Instant analysis of the Ravens' 30-17 win over the Steelers
    Aaron Wilson, reporter: Behind a clutch second half from quarterback Joe Flacco, timely turnovers created by the defense and a relentless pass rush, the Ravens manufactured an impressive AFC wild-card playoff win over their AFC North rivals, beating the...
  • Noah Feldman: Gunmen in Paris attack were old-style terrorists

    Noah Feldman: Gunmen in Paris attack were old-style terrorists
    Why were the offices of Charlie Hebdo targeted this morning in Paris? It's too soon to know for sure, but if it's correct that the gunmen told bystanders they were from al-Qaida in Yemen, as some newspapers are reporting, then a possible hypothesis...
  • 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...
  • 10 tips for a better life from The Times' 2014 Op-Ed pages

    10 tips for a better life from The Times' 2014 Op-Ed pages
    What to do about rude people? Anti-vaxxers? Ignorant voters? Here’s some of the most popular advice The Times’ op-ed pages dispensed in 2014. Voting is not, as Lena Dunham says, “kind of a gateway drug to ‘getting involved.&...