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  • Santa Timeline: Before he was cheery and chubby

    Santa Timeline: Before he was cheery and chubby
    You may think you know Santa, but there's a lot more to the legend than a bag full of presents. What follows is a selective history of St. Nick and how he came to be known as the jolly round man in the iconic red suit. PHOTOS: A look at the evolution...
  • British Open is wide open

    British Open is wide open
    Several golfers are scrambling for the lead at the midway point of the British Open today. They include Lucas Glover, Darren Clarke, Miguel Jimenez and first-round leader Thomas Bjorn. Phil Mickelson shot a 1-under 69 and will make the cut at 1-under...
  • Biffle's struggles result in shakeup

    Biffle's struggles result in shakeup
    Greg Biffle still has a shot at making the Chase. Jamie McMurray is toast. But they have this much in common: Both shouldn't be struggling and sputtering so much. For Biffle, who ranks 14th and needs a victory to try to secure one of the last slots in...
  • Review: G. Love gives a sunny performance at Artscape

    Review: G. Love gives a sunny performance at Artscape
    When Garrett "G. Love" Dutton walked onstage and greeted the Artscape audience with "What's up, Baltimore," it was 8:15 p.m. but the sun was still shining bright. Before long, the sun had set, and Dutton and his band were ready to party until the 10 p.m....
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  • Lehigh Valley Exclusives

    Every town and city or populated area has its own special identity. Many times it is defined by geography or history — a river, perhaps, or certain architecture from a specific time period. A region's character can become further defined by the arts...
  • The long road to the Baltimore Grand Prix

    The long road to the Baltimore Grand Prix
    Steven Wehner had overcome dyslexia, a stint in jail on drug charges and the loss of his repair shop on Martha's Vineyard. Living in the basement of his mother's Rodgers Forge home, he set his sights on his biggest challenge yet: Bringing an IndyCar...
  • Gene McDaniels dies at 76; pop singer and songwriter

    Gene McDaniels dies at 76; pop singer and songwriter
    Gene McDaniels, who emerged as a pop singing star in the early 1960s with hits such as "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" and "Tower of Strength" and a decade later wrote Roberta Flack's No. 1 hit "Feel Like Makin' Love," has died. He was 76. McDaniels, whose...
  • Church conventions serve dual purpose: Family vacation and economic stimulus

    Church conventions serve dual purpose: Family vacation and economic stimulus
    The children around the crafts table set up in a ballroom of the Hilton Orlando all come from different cities, but many already know each other. Every year they take their family vacation wherever the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World holds its...
  • 'How to Get Out of Your Own Way' by Tyrese Gibson

    'How to Get Out of Your Own Way' by Tyrese Gibson
    If you follow singer/actor/model Tyrese Gibson on Twitter, you probably won't be surprised that he has gone from creating a comic series ("Mayhem") to writing a self-help book. Just as he does on his Twitter account, he gives advice that can be a little...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Breakfast at Marston's

    The Crosby Chronicles: Breakfast at Marston's
    I did something I’ve never done before in my whole life.  No, not dye my hair. Last week my youngest son took a class at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.  Since the class was an hour and a half long for five consecutive days, I...