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  • Epilogue: Music could not save Aaron Rushing

    Epilogue: Music could not save Aaron Rushing
    For the young musicians attending Kenwood Academy High School, at 5015 S. Blackstone Ave., the band room was a sanctuary. Inside its walls, only good things happened: rehearsals, horsing around, laughter, music. No matter what was occurring in the...
  • York County principal victim of hit and run

    York County principal victim of hit and run
    Coventry Elementary School Principal Paula Sasin was struck by a vehicle at approximately 6:20 p.m. on Thursday evening as she was running along Coventry Boulevard in York County and the driver "took off." She was crossing Peachtree Lane when a silver...
  • Jameis Winston gets the flawed Hollywood treatment

    Jameis Winston gets the flawed Hollywood treatment
      Jameis Winston’s accuser has gone public in a new film. Good for Erica Kinsman, who should tell her side of the story. Just don’t expect the film to get us any closer to solving the case. It’s called “The Hunting Ground,"...
  • Sundance 2015: In 'The Hunting Ground,' Jameis Winston's accuser goes public

    Sundance 2015: In 'The Hunting Ground,' Jameis Winston's accuser goes public
    When a group of Oregon football players chanted "No means no" after their Rose Bowl victory over Florida State, an unmistakable taunting reference to the rape accusations against Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston, the moment demonstrated how sexual...
  • Bianchi: Bowden, not Paterno, should be college football's winningest coach

     Bianchi: Bowden, not Paterno, should be college football's winningest coach
    Running off at the typewriter … The winningest coach in college football history is once again a man who turned a blind eye to little boys being raped. Shame, shame, shame on the NCAA for settling a lawsuit Friday filed by Pennsylvania...
  • 'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law

    'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law
    Remember "The Ox-Bow Incident?" No? It's positively ancient, and it's easy to see why it's been forgotten. For one thing, it's in black-and-white. And it offers no eye candy: no explosions or moaning flesh, or fast cars or epic battles. But I've...
  • Elderly man's death demands some sort of accountability

     Elderly man's death demands some sort of accountability
    Old lives matter, even in our throwaway culture, in the country that John Wrana risked his life to protect so many years ago. And so, the life of John Wrana mattered too. You'd think that if such a life was ended, with a shotgun and beanbag rounds...
  • Cops leave trial into killing of John Wrana feeling good

    Cops leave trial into killing of John Wrana feeling good
    It started just moments after Park Forest police Officer Craig Taylor left the witness stand, and it lasted only a few seconds, but I don't think I'll forget it. It was a small thing, perhaps, and definitely not part of the official proceedings. It...
  • High-tech 'Blackhat' remains rooted in old-school filmmaking

    High-tech 'Blackhat' remains rooted in old-school filmmaking
    It lures us in with the promise of up-to-the-minute villainy, but the satisfactions of "Blackhat" are surprisingly old school. Directed by the veteran Michael Mann, "Blackhat's" story of computer attacks wreaking all kinds of havoc with established...
  • WWII vet's family upset by 'false statements' at cop's trial

     WWII vet's family upset by 'false statements' at cop's trial
    Angered by watching defense lawyers argue that 95-year-old John Wrana wanted to die, the family of the World War II vet killed by police have decided to break their silence and condemn such talk as lies. They're expected to do so around 10 a.m. before...
  • Partners in terror

    "Je suis Charlie. Tout est pardonne." Muhammad in tears adorns the new cover of Charlie Hebdo: "I am Charlie. All is forgiven." This is bigger than satire. I take a deep breath, uncertain how to write about last week's insane shooting spree in Paris. My...