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  • Green Wheels: Caffeine & Carburetors

    Green Wheels: Caffeine & Carburetors
    NEW CANAAN — It was unseasonably cold for the last Caffeine & Carburetors event in downtown New Canaan. If you haven't heard of this six-times-a-year ritual, it's worth a short review. The event, which is a delightfully informal alternative to...
  • Robert D. Stuart Jr., former CEO of Quaker Oats, dies

     Robert D. Stuart Jr., former CEO of Quaker Oats, dies
    Robert D. Stuart Jr. was a grandson of one of the founders of Quaker Oats Co. and third-generation leader of the company, shifting the focus during his long tenure as CEO from cereal-making to brand management and marketing while also overseeing...
  • Making potholes into art

    Making potholes into art
    It's officially spring. We're deep into pothole season, which, like other holiday seasons, seems to grow longer every year. This pothole season could be the longest yet. Potholes are out of control. The Chicago Department of Transportation said last month...
  • Did Kate Gosselin give her 10-year-olds a dangerous gift?

    Since the second episode of "Kate Plus 8: Sextuplets Turn 10" aired recently on TLC, concerns have been raised about Berks County mom Kate Gosselin's birthday gift of a John Deere Gator to her 10-year-old sextuplets. Questions arose after the special...
  • Rory McIlroy shoots seven-under 64 to take Scottish Open lead

    Rory McIlroy shoots seven-under 64 to take Scottish Open lead
    Three years after virtually giving up on links golf, a more mature Rory McIlroy appears ready to give it another chance. McIlroy tamed blustery conditions in the first round of the Scottish Open in Aberdeen to shoot a seven-under-par 64 on Thursday,...
  • Baseball: Narbonne defeats San Fernando, 2-1, in 12 innings

    Narbonne and San Fernando went 12 innings on Saturday before the Gauchos prevailed, 2-1, on a tie-breaking RBI double by Daniel Rocha. Rocha finished three for five on the day. Birmingham defeated San Pedro, 8-3. Isaac Meza had a double, triple and...
  • A Central Valley high school goes Bollywood

    A Central Valley high school goes Bollywood
    Luckily, Shandeep Dhillon's cousin had recently gotten married. That meant he alone could outfit much of Fowler High School for its first Bollywood night. His uncle's regal, embroidered sherwani coat went to the Central Valley school's principal, Hank...
  • Baseball: Kale Morton (7-0) throws one-hitter for Glendora

     When it comes to producing in your senior season, Kale Morton of Glendora is coming through similar to former Glendora standout Adam Plutko. Morton improved to 7-0 on Tuesday, throwing a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts in Glendora's 1-0 Baseline League...
  • Mexico's vigilante movement has a strong U.S. connection

    Mexico's vigilante movement has a strong U.S. connection
    Sporting a semiautomatic assault rifle and a "213" area code tattoo, Cuauhtemoc Espejo boarded the passenger bus and checked riders' IDs. Espejo, who returned to Mexico's Tierra Caliente from California's Central Valley a few years ago, is a member of...
  • SunRail, Rice, and humans: Letters

    Model of inefficiency If SunRail continues to be as horribly inefficient as it was Tuesday, then let's rename it SunFail now and get it over with. The train was 90 minutes late Tuesday afternoon when it finally arrived going northbound at the Church...
  • Rohrabacher tours 3-D printing plant

    Rohrabacher tours 3-D printing plant
    At a Costa Mesa-based 3-D printer manufacturer, humans help in the process, but otherwise it's a scene where machines make machines. On Monday afternoon, about 30 of Airwolf 3D's printers were busy executing their programmed duties: making little...