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  • British Deputy PM: Israel's Gaza response 'collective punishment'

    LONDON (Reuters) - Israel's retaliatory air strikes on Gaza have been "deliberately disproportionate" and amount to "collective punishment", Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Thursday, in unusually robust criticism of a close British ally...
  • Farmington Museum Exhibit Seeks To Identify Former Union School Teachers, Students

    FARMINGTON — The Unionville Museum is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Union School with an exhibit featuring photographs and artifacts that span the decades. The school, built on School Street in 1939, was commissioned through President...
  • UK coalition strained as Deputy PM likens Cameron's policies to Putin's

    LONDON (Reuters) - Strains in Britain's two-party coalition surfaced on Thursday as David Cameron's governing partner likened the prime minister's policies to those of Russian President Vladimir Putin and other "tyrants". Deputy Prime Minister Nick...
  • House Democrats seek probe of Motorola's radio contracts

    WASHINGTON Three senior House Democrats on Tuesday asked the Department of Homeland Security's internal watchdog to investigate allegations, raised in a McClatchy series, that Motorola's contracting tactics have led state and local governments to squander...
  • County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts

    County Judge candidates Terry Neal and Daniel Archer are a study in contrasts
    Second of two parts. Choosing a county judge is a task that leaves most voters flailing in the dark, and the August election is going to require even more scrutiny than usual from voters because of behind-the-scenes maneuvering. A group of mostly...
  • Chicago radio executive Jeffrey Schwartz joins Yahoo Sports Radio

    Chicago radio executive Jeffrey Schwartz joins Yahoo Sports Radio
    Longtime Chicago radio executive Jeffrey Schwartz, best known as the architect of Disco Demolition, has joined Yahoo Sports Radio as executive vice president.   In his newly-created role, announced Monday, Schwartz, 65, will oversee business growth,...
  • The complete Bach solo organ works, in 10 concerts

    The complete Bach solo organ works, in 10 concerts
    The more than 200 solo organ works that bracket the prodigious composing career of Johann Sebastian Bach have long been every organist's Bible. Rare is the organ recital that doesn't include such favorites as the mighty "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" or...
  • WTIC Gets A Pass

    While I am not surprised about the latest allegations against John Rowland, The Courant seems to have little concern regarding the ethics of WTIC radio. This local radio station that I grew up with, Bob Steele and Arnold Dean, is a different animal...
  • Joseph Barillari, film teacher and reviewer, dies at 74

     Joseph Barillari, film teacher and reviewer, dies at 74
    Retired College of DuPage administrator Joseph Barillari loved movies and shared his knowledge of film in reviews broadcast on the Glen Ellyn school's radio station, WDCB-FM 90.9. He initially reviewed movies on the public radio station with fellow...
  • One of the Lehigh Valley's premiere bands calls it quits

     
    One of the Lehigh Valley’s premiere bands, which had toured with national acts and headlined most of the area’s venues and festivals, has announced that it’s calling it quits. Sandlot Heroes, the Bethlehem-based pop-punk group that has...
  • New business incubators filling up quickly

    New business incubators filling up quickly
    Entrepreneurs are gobbling up space in new business incubators in Coral Springs and Boca Raton. TechWalk, a Coral Springs business incubator that opened last October, has only three spots left in its primary site off University Drive. But no worries...