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  • Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War

     Arts events show students lessons of the Civil War
    A century and a half after the end of the Civil War, Jeff Revels wondered how to make America's bloodiest conflict relevant to today's students. Then, the artistic director of child-focused Orlando Repertory Theatre  found the answer in current headlines....
  • 'CSI' announces 'End Game' season finale

    "CSI" will wrap up its 15th season on Feb. 15 with two back-to-back episodes.  The second's title: "The End Game."  It could be the forensics drama's series finale as well. "CSI" has been one of the most influential recent dramas. It was a big hit...
  • 'Fake news' never looked so good

    'Fake news' never looked so good
    "Did I die?" That's how host Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show" opened his program on the evening after he announced that he was walking away from it after 16 years. The "weird" coverage of his departure felt like reading his own obituary. Enjoy it, Jon....
  • Beyoncé on Grammys; 'Walking Dead' returns

    Beyoncé on Grammys; 'Walking Dead' returns
    Zombies, singers and comedians fill the weekend bill. The highlights: 1. Grammys, 8 p.m. Sunday, CBS Beyoncé will perform with John Legend and Common. She will sing "Precious Lord, Take My Hand," then the segment will go into "Glory" from the movie...
  • At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime

     At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime
    "Saturday Night Live" is 40 years old this year. Forty years before its debut — Oct. 11, 1975, during the Ford administration — Jack Benny was in his third year on radio; the Marx Brothers were starring in "A Night at the Opera," their first...
  • Drama Group stages an American classic

    Drama Group stages an American classic
    It may have been six decades since Tennessee Williams' play "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" won the Pulitzer Prize for drama, but the show still resonates. That is what director Michael Renzi, of New Lenox, is banking on with the Drama Group's production set for...
  • Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber faces call to resign amid scandal over fiancee

    Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber faces call to resign amid scandal over fiancee
    It's not a question an elected official wants to hear at a widely broadcast news conference about his official conduct, but it was one of the gentler ones thrown at Oregon's embattled Gov. John Kitzhaber last week: "Have you been blinded by love?" His...
  • U.S.-Cuba vow to protect environment near Florida coast

    U.S.-Cuba vow to protect environment near Florida coast
    Fearing an oil spill in Cuban waters, U.S. officials have forged a bond with the Castro regime to preserve the threatened marine ecosystem that connects the island nation to the Florida coast. The U.S.-Cuba agreement to move toward normal relations...
  • Black History Month marked with events, history, music and more

    Black History Month is a celebration of African-American history and culture. This year, the Daily Press is presenting a Black History Primer with the information you need to know about African-American history in four Peninsula localities. Each Sunday in...
  • Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout

    Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout
    The latest news about the Dodgers television deal is tough to break, and difficult to grasp, so we'll put it in words that all Dodgers fans can understand: It's like Clayton Kershaw. In October. In the seventh inning. Against the St. Louis Cardinals....
  • 'Fresh Off the Boat': Parents inspire actors

    For the actors playing the parents on ABC's "Fresh Off the Boat," meeting their real-life counterparts in Orlando was helpful and stirring. The series is based on Eddie Huang's memoir of the same name, and his parents, Jessica and Louis, made deep...