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  • 'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, Los Angeles auditions

    'So You Think You Can Dance' recap, Los Angeles auditions
    And now here we are on our regular night with Los Angeles auditions. It always makes me so happy to see Cat interacting with the dancers waiting in line -- she is sunshine in high heels. Judges tonight: Mary Murphy, Nigel Lythgoe, and professional goof...
  • Walters joins crowdsourcing trend with 'Public Property'

    Walters joins crowdsourcing trend with 'Public Property'
    It's entirely possible that one of the august and influential guest curators for "Public Property," the summer exhibit opening Sunday at the Walters Art Museum, was none other than your plumber. Ditto for your postal carrier and your daughter's softball...
  • City Lights: There's more to the soccer ball than meets the eye

    City Lights: There's more to the soccer ball than meets the eye
    When I was a graduate student in England, I once attended a soccer game — or football, as they call it most everywhere but here. I didn't get much out of it. It seemed awfully simple: two teams kicking the ball back and forth for two hours, and...
  • Sweating the details

    Sweating the details
    Remember the other day when you saw a typo in the paper and thought: “Don’t they have proofreaders at the Tribune?” We do. But they do a lot more than proofread. Here’s a rundown of typical duties: edit stories in the paper for...
  • 'Derecho' storm wasn't first to strike Md.

    'Derecho' storm wasn't first to strike Md.
    The storm that devastated much of Maryland on Friday, known as a "derecho", not the first of its kind to strike the state, but its impact was among the most severe and widespread. Derechos are widespread storms in which multiple bands of strong storms...
  • Is John Roberts a Kenya-born socialist, too?

    Is John Roberts a Kenya-born socialist, too?
    Word had barely come down that the Supreme Court majority was upholding the Affordable Care Act when incensed conservatives began printing up "Impeach Jon Roberts" t-shirts and a hacker had altered the chief justice's title on his Wikipedia page to "Chief...
  • Debra Jo Rupp Works Hard As Dr. Ruth

    Debra Jo Rupp Works Hard As Dr. Ruth
    The show: The world premiere of Mark St. Germain's "Dr. Ruth, All the Way" at Barrington Stage's St. Germain Theater, Pittsfield, Mass. First impression: A big hand for the little ladies — actress Debra Jo Rupp portraying sex therapist and media...
  • 'True Blood' recap: Season 5, Episode 5, 'Let's Boot and Rally'

    'True Blood' recap: Season 5, Episode 5, 'Let's Boot and Rally'
    "Took you long enough." -- Russell Edgington So they finally found Russell. Because no one thinks to search in the creepy asylum for a vampire seeking to be reborn. Seriously, the asylum was like a low-rent haunted house run by high schools students....
  • 10 ways social media is ruining your life

    10 ways social media is ruining your life
    Melodramatic? Maybe a little. But, seriously, your obsession with social media and your Instagram feed is probably sending you straight to Crazy Town.   I tend to roll my eyes at every report about a new “study” just released that contains...
  • Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information

    Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information
    Their parents joke that they spend so much time on their smartphones and computers, older teenagers are surgically attached to them. But spending a lot of time online does not necessarily mean they have the Internet search skills to find accurate...
  • Harlan: Process is king in city government

    Recently, one Orange County community was grappling with a complex and thorny subject that touched on all aspects of civic life: public safety, health, parks and recreation, transportation, employment, housing, social equity and governance. To examine...