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  • Bernarda 'Bernie' Wong, Chinese American Service League founder

    Bernarda 'Bernie' Wong, Chinese American Service League founder
    Walking through the halls of the Chinese American Service League, Bernarda Wong stops in front of a bulletin board and points to a picture. "We created a class for people to learn how to get a mortgage," Wong says with pride. "It's my job to know what...
  • Librarians recommend summer reads

    Librarians recommend summer reads
    To kick off the 2013 Chicago Tribune Kids Read & Write Program, we asked Chicago-area librarians to suggest well-written, age-appropriate books for summer reading. Below you will find their suggestions, divided into summer-themed categories. We hope...
  • Art Donovan, The Storyteller

    Art Donovan, The Storyteller
    In 1975, Sun reporter Frederic Kelly sat down with Art Donovan, turned on a tape recorder and let the Colts' first Hall of Famer spin tales about his playing days. Here are some excerpts: "We used to throw cold buckets of water on each other, and one...
  • Farmers Markets: With respected leader back in L.A. County, attention turns to inspections on shoestring budget

    Farmers Markets: With respected leader back in L.A. County, attention turns to inspections on shoestring budget
    For many years, when managers grew frustrated about lax enforcement at Los Angeles farmers markets, they would cry, "If only Ed Williams were here!" Williams, who worked for the Los Angeles County Agricultural Commissioner's office from 1987 to 1990,...
  • When the Christmas spirit foundered in Chicago

    They called him Captain Santa. For 25 years, he sailed fresh-cut trees from the northern tip of Lake Michigan to the southwest corner of the Clark Street bridge. For Chicagoans, his arrival meant one thing: Christmas was just around the corner. Capt....
  • Venice Film Review: ''Til Madness Do Us Part'

    An unsparing chronicler of the abused and neglected in his country's darkest corners, Chinese documentarian Wang Bing pushes his starkly immersive strategies to a grueling yet empathetic extreme in "'Til Madness Do Us Part." There are endurance tests, and...
  • Shuttle Endeavour makes dramatic final flight around California

     
    Flying as low as 1,500 feet around some of California's most distinctive landmarks, the space shuttle Endeavour completed its final voyage Friday to cheers and many photos. After taking off from Edwards Air Force Base on Friday morning, Endeavour headed.....
  • Cal State Fullerton lockdown sparks Internet memes, jokes

     
    CSUF Memes: At Cal State Fullerton, as SWAT officers methodically searched portions of campus, antsy students on lockdown for eight hours were devising ways to amuse themselves....
  • Shelley Long reunites with George Wendt for Lifetime’s “Merry In-Laws”

     
    Shelley Long is a self-professed proud pushover for appearing in holiday films. So when she was asked to play Mrs. Santa Claus herself — opposite a certain former costar — in Lifetime's new original film Merry In-Laws, she considered it a...
  • Dance Moms recap: Angels and Demons and A Guy Named Mark

     
    Well, all you Dance Moms fans who skipped out on Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, you missed yourself quite a spectacle. Not to mention some context about Abby's snazz-tastic new look and Hollywood attitude — and all the helpless AUDC...
  • Dance Moms recap: Picking at Scabs

     
    Looks like we're divided kinda 50-50 on whether we're OK with Abby’s new dancers or not, Dance Moms fans. Which is bad news for the half who aren’t so charmed, because even after last week's so-so success, the scabs are back and Abby's still...