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Cinderella (fictional character)

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  • Cooking pumpkin: Treat or trick?

    Cooking pumpkin: Treat or trick?
    Q: Are all pumpkins edible? I have this wonderful pumpkin soup in a pumpkin recipe from Saveur magazine. It calls for a 7-inch Cinderella pumpkin, but if I cannot find that, I want to know if I would be safe with any other pumpkin. —Joanne Thompson...
  • Remarkable Woman: Julie Frost

    Remarkable Woman: Julie Frost
    Many musicians have dreams. Some materialize. Others are broken. But singer and songwriter Julie Frost feels like Cinderella. After standing alongside Madonna onstage at the Golden Globes and accepting the award for co-writing the best original song in...
  • Let's call the whole thing off

    Let's call the whole thing off
    During the four years they were dating, Anne Milford wasn't sure she wanted to marry her boyfriend, but she certainly wanted to want to. He was a nice, responsible, successful professional. She was watching many of her friends take the plunge. So when,...
  • Hospitals use technology to cut ER wait times

    Hospitals use technology to cut ER wait times
    Time — as in hours spent writhing in pain, drawing labored breaths or trying to soothe a fevered child — is the latest front in the competitive battle among area hospitals. Given the notoriously long waits in the nation's emergency rooms,...
  • Go ahead, judge them by their covers

    Go ahead, judge them by their covers
    When architect and design firm owner Steve Kadlec was asked recently whether bookshelves were becoming obsolete in the iPad age, he wisecracked: "Who reads books? We buy them for pretty!" He was only half-joking. With digital competition, hardcover books...
  • Novel conjures enchanting heroine

    Novel conjures enchanting heroine
    "Don Tomas Urrea arrived astride Caballito Urrea. ... He wore his frilled white shirt and his tight black jacket cut high at the waist and embroidered with a shining scorpion on the back. Delicate red needlework etched the smallest red roses at each...
  • "Queen of America" by Luis Alberto Urrea

    "Queen of America" by Luis Alberto Urrea
    Just as Teresita Urrea, the "Saint of Cabora" and adored healer, emerges from the pages of "Queen of America" with warmth, passion and wisdom, Luis Urrea exudes his own charm. Luis Urrea, born in Tijuana to a Mexican father and American mother, based his...
  • Recommended events

    Saturday Larry Hill Taylor will read from his autobiography "Stepson of the Blues: A Chicago Song of Survival" at 2 p.m. at the Blackstone branch library, 4904 S. Lake Park Ave.; free. Pop-up Saturdays will feature mentors Jen and Niq discussing how the...
  • PASSINGS: Charles S. Dubin, Jonathan Exley

    PASSINGS: Charles S. Dubin, Jonathan Exley
    Charles S. Dubin Prolific TV director's credits included 'MASH' Charles S. Dubin, 92, a prolific television director whose credits include 44 episodes of the sitcom "MASH," died of natural causes Monday at his home in Brentwood, his family said. He...
  • Roundup: Notre Dame sends Terps a warning with rout

    — The Notre Dame women's basketball team sent a quick message to its wannabe Cinderella opponent in Sunday's NCAA tournament game at PNC Arena: Glass slippers are for fairy tales, not for the Sweet 16. The top-seeded Irish bullied their way through...
  • Dream season comes to an end for Loyola

    Dream season comes to an end for Loyola
    PITTSBURGH -- Jimmy Patsos pointed to the white board in his team's dressing room at the Consol Energy Center on Thursday night, the names of the Ohio State players scrawled in red marker, their stats in black. He came to the names of sophomore forwards...