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  • Chicago's Polk family gives $20 million to Navy Pier

    Chicago's Polk family gives $20 million to Navy Pier
    Chicago’s Polk family, which made its name in furniture and appliance retailing, today announced a $20 million gift to Navy Pier to help upgrade Gateway Park, the 13-acre green space at the entertainment complex’s western entrance. The park,...
  • Two men held on suspicion of sexually assaulting homeless woman

    Two men held on suspicion of sexually assaulting homeless woman
    Two Santa Barbara men have been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 62-year-old homeless woman earlier in the week, police said Thursday. Juan Carlos Herrera Romero, 30, and his cousin Gabino Andres Grande Romero, 26, were arrested on...
  • Science Center Is A STEM Education Asset

    Regarding the criticism of the grant to Connecticut Science Center [July 26, Connecticut, "State Cultural Policies Slammed"], the center is more than just a tourist attraction. It's a precious jewel in encouraging and enhancing science, technology,...
  • Norwegian reports $112M in second-quarter profit

    Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line said earnings doubled in the second quarter, driven in part by capacity and revenue gains from having its two newest ships operating in the full period. Quarterly net income was $111.6 million or 54 cents a share, the...
  • Willis Clan back in 'Talent' spotlight

    Willis Clan back in 'Talent' spotlight
    The Willis Clan returns to television tonight to compete in the quarterfinal rounds of “America’s Got Talent,” but they’ve been plenty busy since the last time they appeared on the show. The 12-member, all-sibling band from...
  • Twin sisters from Twin Cities turn mere mortals into mermaids

    Once upon a time, the mermaid Ariel dreamed of ditching her fins for feet. Every day in the real world, twin sisters Abby and Bryn Roberts fulfill the fantasies of people who want to become mermaids. From a St. Paul, Minn., studio they work their magic,...
  • Lil-Le-Hi trout nursery getting fish from Cabela's

    Come 7 a.m. or so on Friday, the Lil-Le-Hi Trout Nursery in the Little Lehigh Parkway will have a brand new tourist attraction. An estimated 1,400 of the nursery's biggest fish, its two-year-old trout, were lost July 14 when torrential rains flooded...
  • CT Science Center, Twain House To Get Millions In New State Funds For Improvements

    HARTFORD - A $4 million grant to the Connecticut Science Center and another $2.2 million for the Mark Twain House & Museum head up an impressive list of state funding proposals for cultural institutions that are expected to win approval Friday. The...
  • Rabbi, mosque leader saddened by Gaza violence

    Rabbi, mosque leader saddened by Gaza violence
    American college students and tour guides who have been visiting Israel for their 10-day birthright trip are witnessing the most recent wave of violence that has taken about 550 Palestinian lives and about 25 Israeli soldiers' lives. Taglit-Birthright...
  • Sports briefs

    Appointment ADT Chief Executive Naren Gursahaney was appointed to the board of directors of NextEra Energy, the parent of Florida Power & Light Co. said Friday. Gursahaney has been president and CEO of The ADT Corp., a provider of electronic security...
  • Credit where credit is due

    A year ago, I wrote about Israel's Deputy Minister of Defense, Danny Danon, that he is Israel's "enemy within," perhaps the most dangerous current threat to Israel and a star of Likud, the linchpin of the governing coalition. My favorite Danon quotes:...