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  • Parodies for woman's club inspired original musical

    The creativity started flowing when Leigh Anna Reichenbach of Wilmette and Lauren Taslitz of Winnetka were writing parodies for the Woman's Club of Evanston's annual benefit show. That eventually led to "Join the Club!," an original musical by the pair,...
  • Five questions with Michael Frenz, stadium authority executive director

    Five questions with Michael Frenz, stadium authority executive director
    For a longtime sports fan, Michael Frenz's job allows him to stay close — literally — to athletics at the highest level. As executive director of the Maryland Stadium Authority, Frenz has an office in the warehouse at Oriole Park at Camden...
  • An insider's account of International Farhud Day

    An insider's account of International Farhud Day
    While I was speaking to the packed room, a woman I did not know, sitting in the front row, slowly shook her tear-stained head in disbelief and muttered softly … barely audible … "I never thought I would hear these words in this building."...
  • Pastor Walks Line Between Leading, Comforting Emanuel A.M.E.

    Pastor Walks Line Between Leading, Comforting Emanuel A.M.E.
    CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Rev. Norvel Goff will walk into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church for Bible study keenly aware of the crushing burden now on his shoulders: to be a comforter, a teacher, a man of God and, most powerfully, a leader...
  • Innovative Treatment For Severe Substance Abuse Shows Promise

    A company in Madison is testing an innovative addiction treatment model that approaches severe substance abuse as a chronic disease like diabetes or high blood pressure. "This is really different and kind of makes sense," Dr. Ellen Edens, a psychiatrist...
  • Yale student scientists have designs on the future

    They've gotten the A-OK from NASA, so two recent Yale University graduates are busy building an asteroid rock chipper. They're among 11 students and graduates taking part in the third annual Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design summer...
  • Quiet Corner Initiative focuses on forests

    The small towns that make up the northeastern portion of Connecticut are less urbanized than most of the state, with an abundance of farmland, rivers, streams and forests. It's no wonder the area has been nicknamed Connecticut's "Quiet Corner." The...
  • Study finds scant evidence that medical marijuana helps many illnesses

    Study finds scant evidence that medical marijuana helps many illnesses
    Medical marijuana has not been proven to work for many illnesses that state laws have approved it for, according to the first comprehensive analysis of research on its potential benefits. The strongest evidence is for chronic pain and for muscle...
  • Pastor walks line between leading, comforting Emanuel AME

    The Rev. Norvel Goff will walk into Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church for Bible study keenly aware of the crushing burden now on his shoulders: to be a comforter, a teacher, a man of God and most powerfully, a leader of a church whose heart is...
  • In quest to raise $6 billion, USC runs a massive fundraising machine

    In quest to raise $6 billion, USC runs a massive fundraising machine
    USC President C. L. Max Nikias was 1,400 miles from the Los Angeles campus, but he knew just how to appeal to his audience. In a swanky hotel ballroom, he told the crowd of alumni and donors that Texas had become the largest feeder of students to USC...
  • Study: Scant Evidence That Medical Pot Helps Many Illnesses

    Study: Scant Evidence That Medical Pot Helps Many Illnesses
    CHICAGO (AP) — Medical marijuana has not been proven to work for many illnesses that state laws have approved it for, according to the first comprehensive analysis of research on its potential benefits. The strongest evidence is for chronic pain...