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  • Duke campus rallies against racism after noose found

    DURHAM, N.C. A noose found outside the main student center at Duke University thrust the campus into turmoil Wednesday, prompting an investigation, a student march and a forum that drew hundreds to the steps of Duke Chapel. "One person put up that noose,...
  • Eric Hatch skewers film culture 140 characters at a time

    Eric Hatch skewers film culture 140 characters at a time
    Way too many people are crammed into W.C. Harlan for the semi-frequent Shade live reading series to hear @EricAllenHatch rattle off a series of his absurdist movie review tweets, a brief break from the night’s emboldened but much more heady poetry:...
  • March moutzas a bipartisan effort

     March moutzas a bipartisan effort
    I keep reading in the liberal print media that Republicans live in a place called "In Denial," but it turns out that Democrats have established their own colony there as well. How else can you explain the 18-month-old racist baby? That's right, a...
  • SeaWorld steps up offense against former trainer John Hargrove

    SeaWorld steps up offense against former trainer John Hargrove
    SeaWorld has ratcheted up its offensive against former trainer John Hargrove, who last week published a book criticizing the company. On Tuesday, SeaWorld sent to reporters an almost 5-year-old video of Hargrove drinking and repeatedly using a racial...
  • Northbrook Court hosts Deerfield, Northbrook student art

    What do you do with a brightly illuminated shopping mall hallway at 100-feet long and six-feet wide? Why not host an art show? That's what Northbrook Court officials decided to do with the hallway leading to the mall management offices on the upper...
  • Cellists get on board to mark Bach's birthday

    Cellists get on board to mark Bach's birthday
    Johann Sebastian Bach would have turned 330 on Saturday, but his compositions are safely in the hands of some local young musicians, who paid a birthday tribute to the old master in an afternoon concert at the Larry Zarian Transportation Center —...
  • Illinois' lack of urgency turns up heat on coach John Groce

    Illinois' lack of urgency turns up heat on coach John Groce
    With inevitability staring Illinois in the face Thursday at the United Center, Michigan led by 19 early in the second half when something happened that encapsulated the plight of the Illini. Coach John Groce implored his team to apply a full-court press,...
  • Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths

    Muslims use social media to protest news coverage of North Carolina students' deaths
    The news broke faster and wider over social media than it did over America's mainstream media: Three Muslim college students had been shot Tuesday evening in Chapel Hill, N.C., raising suspicion that they had been killed because of their religion. The...
  • Pilots in Argentina helicopter crash had much experience

    Pilots in Argentina helicopter crash had much experience
    The two helicopters had just taken off and were flying in tandem over some of Argentina's most rugged terrain, carrying well-known French athletes and others who were participating in the popular TV reality show "Dropped." Then one of the aircraft...
  • Curt Schilling episode reveals how to throw trolls a curve

    Curt Schilling episode reveals how to throw trolls a curve
    I dislike the Boston Red Sox. Unless they're beating the pine tar out of the despised New York Yankees. As happened a decade ago during the American League Championship Series. In the thick of a historic comeback from a 0-3 hole, Red Sox pitcher...
  • Finding the gift in autism

    Finding the gift in autism
    When my son, Casey, was diagnosed with autism at age 4, I thought our world had ended. I thought our family was doomed to defeat and misery and decades of frustrated, circular searches for meaning: "Why us? Why him? Why anyone?" I have never been so wrong...