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  • Girls swimming | Former Glenbrook South swimmer Smoliga making national waves

    Girls swimming | Former Glenbrook South swimmer Smoliga making national waves
    Since graduating from Glenbrook South almost a year ago, Olivia Smoliga has seen a lot. The University of Georgia swimmer recently went on YouTube to look for her most recent documented races, and found more than 20 videos. The video of her 2012...
  • Greg Schwem: The Wife: A true musical oddity

    I heard the lyrics as I prepared steaks on the grill one warm Saturday evening. They were coming from the Adult Alternative music channel that I'm forced to pay for each month as part of my cable package. For the record, I'm also paying for Metal,...
  • When the weather outside is frightful, your closet can still be delightful

    Comfort and style don't typically go well together, so you can imagine my surprise upon discovering that "cozy chic" is in this winter. The first couple of times I ran across this trend, I was utterly baffled. Most of the blame, I think, goes to the...
  • Greg Schwem: The clothes iron: Our tech-savvy world's most neglected device

    My room contained everything one would expect in a five-star property: terrycloth robes emblazoned with the hotel's logo, slippers precisely placed at the foot of the bed and enough fluffy towels to dry all exposed body parts individually, if that's...
  • Good answers to why you've been jobless

    DEAR JOYCE: What should I say, other than "duh," when an interviewer asks why I've been out of work for so long? Is this question even legal? -- J.R. An interviewer uses the legal why-jobless-so-long question as a time-saver to quickly uncover what's...
  • New careers for teachers

    DEAR JOYCE: I have been a high school teacher for six years and had expected to continue for many years more. But the budget problems of public education have caused me to consider a career move. I have strong managerial skills, computer competence and an...
  • Get more with less work, better thinking

    DEAR JOYCE: I'm an auto-service writer and have been a hard worker all my life, always going the extra step and getting along well with co-workers. I thought I was in line for the service manager's job, but last week the company brought in someone else...
  • When schools and colleges lie about getting jobs for grads

    DEAR JOYCE: A 24-year-old friend went to a private vocational-technical school. The school advertises that it finds jobs for all of its graduates. My friend graduated four months ago, but he has yet to get hired and the school keeps making excuses. What...
  • Social media on the job hunt

    Social media on the job hunt
    Social media have proved to be a powerful recruitment resource for companies. A recent CareerBuilder survey found that the 39 percent of hiring managers research candidates via social media to find out more about them. In a recent article in The Atlantic,...
  • Review: 'The Last Days of California' by Mary Miller

    Review: 'The Last Days of California' by Mary Miller
    Some family road trips wind toward campsites or amusement parks or Grandma's house, but in Mary Miller's debut novel, "The Last Days of California," the Metcalfs — Mom, Dad, 15-year-old Jess (our narrator) and 17-year-old Elise — are en...
  • New Beatles books out

    New Beatles books out
    I was in seventh grade when I began poring over Beatles books. That was shortly after I’d gotten the “Red” and “Blue” double-record compilations and started methodically, obsessively buying album after album, hoping...