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Common

A collection of news and information related to Common published by Tribune Company sources.

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A collection of news and information related to Common published by Tribune Company sources.

Sample songs by Common with iTunes here.
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  • When interests overlap for Durbin, lobbyist wife

    When interests overlap for Durbin, lobbyist wife
    Sen. Dick Durbin has long said that he and his wife, Loretta, an Illinois lobbyist, take pains to separate their work and avoid conflicts of interest. But a Tribune investigation has found instances in which Loretta Durbin's clients have received...
  • Businesses in downtown Stafford increase offerings, work to improve safey

    A new business has been added to the eclectic mix of shops in downtown Stafford. Sabor 44 Olive Oil Tap Room and Gallery 44 brings a new niche business to an already unique blend of offerings ranging from antiques, vintage clothing and collectibles from...
  • ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest in Bethlehem is bigger -- and free

    ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest in Bethlehem is bigger -- and free
    Much as East Germany became free when the Berlin wall fell in 1990, the fence that has surrounded ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is gone. And it’s free. For the first time there will be no admission charge for the celebration of German culture, which...
  • Joe Visconti Pushes On, Aiming To Win Over A Patchwork Coalition Of Voters

    Joe Visconti Pushes On, Aiming To Win Over A Patchwork Coalition Of Voters
    EAST HAVEN — Joe Visconti has no money, few connections and little clout. But the one-term council member from West Hartford has a strategy that he believes will propel him into the governor's office on Nov. 4. "I'm not here to just influence...
  • ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is free — and bigger

    ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is free — and bigger
    The fence that has surrounded ArtsQuest's Oktoberfest is gone. For the first time there will be no admission charge for the celebration of German culture, which kicks off its fourth year Friday at ArtsQuest's SteelStacks campus in south Bethlehem, thanks...
  • Artists depict their monthlong stay in the Everglades through art

    Artists depict their monthlong stay in the Everglades through art
    Tales told by eight artists, who immersed themselves in nature, living alone in a cabin in the Everglades for a month, have come to life in the form of art. The artists' depictions of the protected land are now an exhibit called "Common Ground:...
  • LVQuefest: Allentown Fairgrounds to host BBQ battle

    LVQuefest: Allentown Fairgrounds to host BBQ battle
    At the Allentown Fairgrounds, an epic battle will be waged. Forty teams, 13 from the Lehigh Valley, will compete for the title of "Grand Champion" at the first LVQuefest-Pennsylvania State Championship. The family-friendly event, with kids activities,...
  • Lonnie Lynn Sr. performed on son Common's albums

     Lonnie Lynn Sr. performed on son Common's albums
    Lonnie Lynn Sr., a star player on DuSable High School's basketball team in the 1960s who played briefly in the American Basketball Association, was for many years a counselor of at-risk youths in Denver. "The man was just so serious about the youth of...
  • Hillary's "steak" is not well done

    Prior to his annual steak fry, retiring Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) said this about Hillary Clinton to Dan Balz of The Washington Post: "...she is much more progressive in her thoughts and her inclination than most people may think." Liberals have...
  • Cal Thomas: Hillary's 'steak' is not well done

    Liberals have embraced the word "progressive" because it sounds more forward-looking than "liberal," which has a track record voters periodically reject when the ideology doesn't live up to its declared goals (think Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern,...
  • Theater: 'Mercy Killers' questions U.S. health care system

    A one-man play written and performed by Broadway actor Michael Milligan takes on the state of health care in the United States. "Mercy Killers," at 4:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 p.m. Friday at Zoellner Arts Center, takes an unblinking look at the ends to...