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  • Wednesday's college roundup: Old Dominion working on football TV negotiations, including opener at ECU

    Football: Old Dominion’s opener at East Carolina on Aug. 31 and its final home game on Nov. 16 against Charlotte will be regionally televised in more than a dozen states by Fox College Sports, Conference USA announced. But in Hampton Roads, it&...
  • Daily Press All-Stars: Girls tennis

    Since there are no singles or doubles championship tournaments in Virginia Independent Schools tennis, we'll never know how Maureen Slattery would have fared in them. But consider this: In three years representing Hampton Roads Academy, she never lost a...
  • The University of Chicagoland — at Missouri

    The University of Chicagoland — at Missouri
    — Take a walk around Lathrop Hall at the University of Missouri, and it won't take long before you meet someone from the Chicago area. There are the roommates from Barrington and Cary, and, two doors down, freshmen from Lemont and Mount Prospect....
  • PASSINGS: Lee Thompson Young, Amy Wallace, Cedar Walton

    Lee Thompson Young Star of '90s 'Famous Jett Jackson' series Lee Thompson Young, 29, an actor best known for playing the lead role in the 1990s Disney Channel series "The Famous Jett Jackson," was found dead Monday morning at his home in North...
  • Harold Agnew dies at 92; physicist helped develop atom bomb

    Harold Agnew, a leading figure of the nuclear age who helped design the first atomic bomb as a member of the Manhattan Project, led efforts after World War II to make the weapons more secure and championed the development of nuclear power during a...
  • James L. Loper dies at 81; helped make KCET a public broadcasting power

    James L. Loper, a founder and former president of KCET Channel 28 who helped build the public broadcasting station into one of the nation's leading noncommercial outlets, has died. He was 81. Loper, who went on to oversee the Academy of Television...
  • Ms. Kwan Goes to Washington

    Ms. Kwan Goes to Washington
    When Michelle Kwan was 16 and had just won the first of what would be five world figure skating titles, she began to wonder what her life would be like at age 30. "I thought, 'Will I still be skating, still be training a long program every day?''' Kwan...
  • Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon

    Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon
    The start of the 2012 college lacrosse season is a little more than a week away, which is music to the ears of ESPN analyst and former Johns Hopkins midfielder Mark Dixon. Dixon, who begins his seventh year as an analyst, was kind enough to share some...
  • Sex lives: Fact or fiction

    Sex lives: Fact or fiction
    There are many stereotypes, myths and incorrect information about sex for boomers and beyond. Contrary to popular opinion, older couples are doing the deed a lot — and STDs are more of an issue than you might think. Claim: Younger couples have...
  • Eugene ('Gene') Benjamin Levin, MD, FACP

    Eugene ('Gene') Benjamin Levin, MD, FACP
    Eugene (‘Gene’) Benjamin Levin, MD, FACP Last Friday Gene saw patients at his office on Park Avenue, as he has for the last 41 years.  On Saturday afternoon, he had wine and cheese in the garden with Vivian, his wife of sixty years and...
  • Local doctor 'loved by his patients'

    Local doctor 'loved by his patients'
    Dr. Eugene "Gene" Levin practiced medicine in Laguna Beach for 41 years, right up to the day before he died. He spent his last day, Sept. 15, alongside his wife of 60 years, Vivian, sipping wine and snacking on cheese and crackers in their garden. He was...