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  • Judge: Refugee who abandoned newborn is unfit mother

    Judge: Refugee who abandoned newborn is unfit mother
    A refugee who delivered her baby outdoors in Wheaton and then left the newborn there was declared an unfit mother today by a DuPage County judge. The decision means Nunu Sung, 26, could have her parental rights terminated at the conclusion of a...
  • TV's 'Smash' Looks At Backstage Drama Of Making Of A Broadway Musical

    TV's 'Smash' Looks At Backstage Drama Of  Making Of A Broadway Musical
    David Marshall Grant sits at his desk in a nondescript office in an unmarked building in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, near the East River. That's where Broadway magic happens, at least by way of the new NBC series"Smash," which premieres 10...
  • Custody decision for abandoned boy set for next month

    Custody decision for abandoned boy set for next month
    A hearing to strip a Myanmar immigrant of the right to raise her child ended today, and the judge promised a decision on Feb. 6. DuPage prosecutors and attorneys for Nunu Sung made their final arguments before Judge Robert Anderson, who has already ruled...
  • Laurel's Emmanuel Baptist Church celebrates pastor's 21st anniversary

    Emmanuel Baptist Church, 11443 Laurel Bowie Road, celebrates the 21st anniversary of its pastor, the Rev. Byron Day, Sunday, April 1 at 5 p.m. Celebration theme is "Pressing Toward the Goal," and Scripture will be Philippians 3:12-14. Guest pastor...
  • '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...
  • 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...
  • Man fatally shot in South Austin neighborhood

    Man fatally shot in South Austin neighborhood
    A 38-year-old man was shot and killed inside a car late Sunday on the city's West Side, police said. Officers flagged down by a person found the wounded man sitting slumped inside a vehicle in the 4900 block of West Hubbard Street in the South Austin...
  • Author of the play 'Tea and Sympathy'

    Playwright Robert Anderson, author of such Broadway hits as "Tea and Sympathy" and "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," died Monday. He was 91. His stepdaughter, Mary-Kelly Busch, said Anderson, who had Alzheimer's disease, died of...
  • 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...
  • 'Need to Know'; 'Dark Side of Moon'; 'Showing Age'

    'Need to Know'; 'Dark Side of Moon'; 'Showing Age'
    You don't usually see Morse code in a theater program, but then former military intelligence analysts don't often fess up to an early attraction to Raggedy Andy dolls. Both are on view in "The Need to Know," written and performed by ex-Air Force officer...
  • 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...