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  • Sandy Hook Tattoos, More Than Skin Deep

     Sandy Hook Tattoos, More Than Skin Deep
    A day after the Newtown school shootings, people already were requesting Sandy Hook-related tattoos. "It's a reminder of something you went through — good or bad. We do a lot of memorial tattoos. To this day, we do 9-11 tattoos," said Filipe...
  • Just for Laughs: A boastful Brand and hometown 'Knuckleheads'

    Just for Laughs: A boastful Brand and hometown 'Knuckleheads'
    The TBS Just for Laughs Chicago comedy festival is underway in multiple venues and, as they say on TV, we've got team coverage of everything from the marquee attractions at the Chicago Theatre to the late-night, semi-secret performances that insiders...
  • Kids shaken by Sandy Hook and other violence, MTV study finds

    Kids shaken by Sandy Hook and other violence, MTV study finds
    Real-life violence is taking a toll on kids' overall outlook, a new MTV study says. More than one-third of kids ages 14 to 17 say they "plot out escape plans when in public places, because of events like Sandy Hook," last year's  elementary school...
  • Don't be 'that' person on social media

    Don't be 'that' person on social media
    For me, following someone on social media is a lot like dating. I like to learn a little about them first before going all the way. Following. Following is all the way. Sorry if you were expecting something else, but this isn't that kind of column. When...
  • Former East Windsor Gun Shop Worker Guilty Of Federal Charge

    BRIDGEPORT — A former employee at Riverview Gun Sales in East Windsor pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to violating a federal firearms law. Krystopher DiBella, 25, of West Suffield pleaded guilty to aiding in the improper filling out...
  • LAUSD back to school Tuesday with increased security after Newtown

    LAUSD back to school Tuesday with increased security after Newtown
    When students in the Los Angeles Unified School District return to school on Tuesday, they'll be met with beefed-up security in the wake of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. For the upcoming year, the nation's second-...
  • LAUSD starts new school year with more security, new curriculum

    LAUSD starts new school year with more security, new curriculum
    More than 600,000 Los Angeles Unified School District students returned to class Tuesday after summer break and were greeted with enhanced security measures, new disciplinary rules and expanded health services. The new safety programs follow in the wake...
  • Keno Looks Like A Backroom Deal

    Keno Looks Like A Backroom Deal
    Is keno addictive? Does it drain more money from the poor than others? Does it increase crime, divorce, bankruptcy? What is the experience in other states? We don't know the answers to these questions because keno was slipped into the budget bill a...
  • The Autry museum aims for the bigger picture in its gun displays

     The Autry museum aims for the bigger picture in its gun displays
    Playwright Anton Chekhov famously said that a gun should never be displayed onstage without a reason. If it is seen in the first act, he advised, it ought to go off by the third. In other words, writers should not clutter a narrative with distractions...
  • Badly targeted gun gripes

    Badly targeted gun gripes
    Gun advocates have been crying for close to two years about how long it takes the Maryland State Police to conduct background checks for prospective gun buyers. The delays have lengthened with the passage earlier this year of Gov. Martin O'Malley's gun...
  • Mayor Bloomberg targets online gun sales after Navy Yard rampage

    Mayor Bloomberg targets online gun sales after Navy Yard rampage
    NEW YORK -- Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped up his call for universal background checks for gun buyers Wednesday in the wake of the deadly Navy Yard rampage in Washington, D.C., releasing a study that he said showed thousands of felons had used federal...