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  • '24': What next for Jack Bauer?

    '24': What next for Jack Bauer?
    Manny Coto, who grew up in Orlando, acknowledges that he was nervous about trying to bring back Jack Bauer in "24: Live Another Day." "Did we still remember how to write the show? Could we do it the way we did? Could we get back into this character?"...
  • Would You Walk With Me

    Would You Walk With Me The Impact of a Patient’s Request We often read about what caregivers provide, but we need to remind ourselves that patients also give of themselves in the most forthright and heartfelt ways. It is not what someone gives...
  • Help Mom, Dad and Grandparents Tackle Summer Projects

    Help Mom, Dad and Grandparents Tackle Summer Projects If you are visiting older parents or an elderly grandparent over the summer take the time to offer help and assistance while you visit; helping older family members with household maintenance...
  • So You Want to Retire and Move Away to a Cabin in a Rural Area? Be Careful for What You Wish

    So You Want to Retire and Move Away to a Cabin in a Rural Area? Be Careful for What You Wish   Baby Boomers have dreamt one time, or another about moving to a rural area.  Getting back to nature may have seemed very attractive, at one time for some of...
  • Parkinson's a common cause of parkinsonism, but not the only one

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My husband was originally diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, but later it was determined he has atypical parkinsonism. What's the difference? What treatments work best for his condition? ANSWER: Your husband's situation is not uncommon...
  • REVIEW: "A Small Fire" at Steep Theatre ★★½

    REVIEW: "A Small Fire" at Steep Theatre ★★½
    Adam Bock's "A Small Fire," a melancholy off-Broadway drama from 2011 now in its first Chicago production at Steep Theatre, is only about 80 minutes long. But the changes it charts in its central character, a middle-aged woman named Emily Bridges, are...
  • Donald Sterling loses court battle to block sale of Clippers

    A probate judge has cleared the way for the $2-billion sale of the Clippers, ruling Monday that Shelly Sterling acted properly when she removed her husband, Donald, from the family trust that owns the team. In a tentative ruling, L.A. County Superior...
  • Letters: At least we finally have an NBA decision

    I am so happy that the wait is finally over. We were all wondering if he would take the bigger stage or decide to stay home. Thank you, Jordan Farmar, for deciding to stay in Los Angeles. Richard Katz Los Angeles :: It should come as no surprise...
  • The battling Sterlings: They're back

    Several weeks ago, most of the letters we received on the saga of Donald Sterling and the sale of the L.A. Clippers were from readers who were fed up by The Times' extensive coverage of the story. Now, with Donald and Shelly Sterling in court fighting...
  • '24′ Finale Doesn't Pull Its Punches (SPOILERS)

    Jack Bauer was birthed in the shadow of terrorism, but in this latest revival -- titled "24: Live Another Day" -- he wound up re-fighting the Cold War. Although I was initially cool to the idea of dragging the character out of retirement - even in a...
  • Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL

    Editorial: What players' brain damage will cost the NFL
    Chicago football fans need no reminding of the danger the game poses to the brains of players. Former Bears All-Pro safety Dave Duerson dramatized it when he committed suicide in 2011, shooting himself in the chest. He wanted his brain to be intact so...