| Apr 6, 2015
| 2:14 AM
Rolling Stone magazine retracted a discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a devastating independent review by Columbia University deemed it a “journalistic failure that was avoidable.”
| Apr 3, 2015
Monday, April 6
'Monster' movie The Riviera Beach Library, 1130 Duvall Highway, Pasadena, will host a spring break screening of the film, "Monsters University," rated G, at 2 p.m. Information: 410-222-6285.
Tuesday, April 7
Technology training Anne...
| Apr 2, 2015
| 1:24 PM
Easter breakfast buffet
The Sons of the American Legion Post No. 7, 1905 Crownsville Road, will host an Easter breakfast buffet from 9 to 11:30 a.m. April 5.
The cost is $7. For more information, call 410-573-0004.
Fleet Reserve meeting
| Mar 31, 2015
Chicago officials are nearing completion on establishing a bidding process for companies interested in developing the vacant former Michael Reese Hospital site on the Near South Side, the outcome of which could ease millions in debt payments over the next...
| Mar 31, 2015
| 7:58 AM
April is such an optimistic month, full of the promise of spring and the coming summer. This one is particularly filled with entertainment options that will make you grab your calendar and call friends.
Battle Of The Titans
The Break Thru Music Battle...
| Mar 24, 2015
| 2:41 PM
While Chicago has been engaged in a heated debate over the use of public parks for President Barack Obama's library, his selection of a host university may have more to do with which institution can offer the most financial support than which offers the...
| Mar 23, 2015
| 6:37 PM
There is no evidence to support claims in a Rolling Stone article that a University of Virginia student was gang-raped at a campus fraternity in September 2012, police said, noting that a five-month investigation led detectives to discredit numerous...
| Mar 18, 2015
| 9:15 PM
In the modern-era, Scandinavian countries have become known for their sometimes awkward embrace of migrants from the Arab and Muslim world. But the history behind that relationship goes back far further than you might expect.
Consider the case of a ring...
| Mar 17, 2015
| 10:59 AM
It's pretty obvious what Chicago has at stake in President Barack Obama's decision on where to put his presidential library and museum. It could serve as a tourist draw, a center for historical scholarship, an economic boost for the surrounding...
| Mar 17, 2015
A descendant of the wife of Hong Yen Chang was researching a book about an ancestor when she learned that her great-grand-uncle Chang had received a law degree but never practiced in California.
She contacted another relative, who spoke to a historian...
| Mar 16, 2015
| 12:54 PM
Marilyn J. Pelham, a retired educator and world traveler, died March 9 at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson of complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 86.
The former Marilyn June Neeley was born in Glendale, Calif., and raised in Los...