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  • Plastic Surgery & Men: A Little 'Brotox' now no Big Deal

    Plastic Surgery & Men: A Little 'Brotox' now no Big Deal
    Chuck Bennington is one of those guys--who didn't want to be one of those guys--who let themselves go. Chuck figured it was one of those pay me now or pay me a lot more--later moments. "You don't work on the car until the engine is blown," Chuck...
  • 'Tea and Sympathy' is well served at Spotlighters

    'Tea and Sympathy' is well served at Spotlighters
    Gossip takes on a life of its own in Robert Anderson's "Tea and Sympathy." Although this 1953 play speaks to the reputation-shattering consequences of gossip at a boys boarding school, it still speaks to the presumably more open-minded contemporary...
  • Ask Tom why: How does the salt content of Lake Michigan water compare to that of the oceans?

    Dear Tom, I have heard that even "fresh" water (such as in Lake Michigan) contains tiny quantities of salt. How does the salt content of Lake Michigan compare to that of the oceans? —Robert Anderson, Waukegan Dear Robert, More than 80 percent of...
  • 'Tea and Sympathy' has gone a bit cold; 'Hansel' seems lost

    'Tea and Sympathy' has gone a bit cold; 'Hansel' seems lost
    "Tea and Sympathy" Just last week, a jury found Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi guilty of committing a hate crime in using a webcam to spy on a homosexual encounter involving Tyler Clementi, his violinist roommate, who subsequently committed...
  • Spotlight: Philip Baker Hall in "I Never Sang For My Father"

     
    Days before the opening of the New American Theatre’s revival of “I Never Sang for My Father,” the actor cast as the senile, rage-prone father, the pulsating center of Robert Anderson’s 1968 family drama, withdrew because of...
  • Theater review: 'I Never Sang For My Father' at the McCadden Theatre

     
    F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'I Never Sang For My Father' at the McCadden Theater....
  • U.O.Me2

    There's something for everyone at the Fringe, and U.O.Me2 is something for people who like 40-year-old sex comedies, the kind that continues to be produced at lesser community theaters here, there and everywhere. The show is really two in one – the...
  • New hope for sufferers of celiac disease

    New hope for sufferers of celiac disease
    In a sense, the 2 million plus Americans with celiac disease are lucky. No other autoimmune disease has such a safe and effective treatment. Purging the diet of gluten—the protein in wheat, rye and barley that triggers an immune reaction in the...
  • Murphys rings in St. Patrick's Day with green wine

    Forget green beer this year. In this grape-rich Calaveras County hamlet, they'll be celebrating with green wine. Not surprisingly, a town with a name like Murphys takes St. Patrick's celebrations pretty seriously. Tucked away in the rolling Sierra Nevada...
  • 10 things you might not know about Chicago radio

    10 things you might not know about Chicago radio
    CHICAGO TRIBUNE Headline: 10 things you might not know about Chicago radio Chicago radio is constantly being retuned. Just last week, National Public Radio confirmed a deal to make a TV pilot out of the Chicago-based radio show "Wait, Wait ... Don't...
  • A pastor calls for prayer, faith

    Members of Colonial Baptist Church, one of the largest congregations in Randallstown, gathered on a beautiful Sunday morning yesterday to give thanks on Mother's Day. But the hymns, the prayers, the sermon, the benediction, even the church announcements...