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  • South Dakota's Badlands: Don't let the name deter you

    South Dakota's Badlands: Don't let the name deter you
    As far as sunsets go, it had to be one of the best I'd ever seen.
  • 'Once Upon a Time': Sean Maguire sees his Robin Hood as 'a medieval James Bond'

    Sean Maguire's Robin Hood has become one of many fan favorites on ABC's "Once Upon a Time," although his biggest fan may not fully grasp the role's iconic significance. "My nephew hasn't really seen the show cause he's in England, but he sort of knows I...

    Deadlocked park board race in North Chicago proves every vote counts

    Deadlocked park board race in North Chicago proves every vote counts
    "One man, one vote" is usually an abstract concept, a noble-sounding phrase that sounds like it should be engraved on a courthouse monument or said with dramatic emphasis by Sam Waterston on a "Law & Order" rerun. On Election Day 2015 in North Chicago,...

    Rahmfather's warm new campaign ad has me crying like a baby

    Rahmfather's warm new campaign ad has me crying like a baby
    I guess I'm just one of those hapless Chicago meat puppets who cries while watching tear-jerker political commercials on TV. Not just any commercial will open my tear ducts. It has to be the right kind of commercial. Naked middle-age Kia salesmen on...

    Civic's Science on the Screen continues with "Field of Dreams"

    Civic's Science on the Screen continues with "Field of Dreams"
    Learn about the science of baseball and see a classic baseball film in the next presentation of Civic Theatre's Science on Screen series. Next up in the series is "Field of Dreams" which will screen at 7:15 p.m. April 6. Gary DeLeo, professor of physics...