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  • Stevenson highlighting yellow to honor a former player who overcame bone cancer

    Stevenson highlighting yellow to honor a former player who overcame bone cancer
    Six months after captaining the Stevenson University women's basketball team during her senior season, Sam Murray sat in a doctor's office at Sinai Hospital waiting for her diagnosis. After leading the Mustangs in scoring and being named team MVP as a...
  • Humboldt Park man charged with sexually assaulting girl

    Humboldt Park man charged with sexually assaulting girl
    A West Side man accused of repeatedly sexually abusing one of his girlfriend’s family members was ordered held on $1 million bail Saturday. Prosecutors said David Quinn, 45, sexually assaulted the girl on several occasions since September 2011....
  • Nancy Holt dies at 75; her art interacts with the land and sky

    Artist Nancy Holt's best-known work, "Sun Tunnels," is outdoors, huge and open to the public — but only a relatively small number of people have seen it in person. It sits on 40 acres of land she bought in a desolate part of the Great Basin Desert...
  • Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'

    Brett Culp discusses Batman documentary 'Legends of the Knight'
    When he first launched the Kickstarter campaign for his documentary film, Brett Culp could have hardly imagined the response he'd receive.  The director of "Legends of the Knight" -- described as "a documentary film exploring the power of heroic stories &...
  • Oscar Notebook: Even in the obscure foreign language category, these two films are little known

    It's easy to feel a certain fatigue as awards season drags along, with even the most dedicated Oscar-ologists tiring of talking about the same boiled-down pool of a few films. So this may be just the time to turn to the lesser-known quarters of the...
  • TV Review: 'About a Boy'

    The problem with turning a romantic comedy movie into a TV show is the inability to have a climax, figuratively or otherwise. Beyond that disclaimer, "About a Boy" is an utterly charming pilot, and almost certainly the most endearing half-hour NBC has...
  • Maybe there are no genuine Obamacare horror stories

    Maybe there are no genuine Obamacare horror stories
    Kevin Drum wonders whether there's a single genuine Obamacare horror story out there, given that virtually every yarn promoted by Republicans or conservatives about people hurt by the Affordable Care Act has deflated like a pricked balloon on the merest...
  • $5-million donation made to UCI cancer center

    Two local philanthropists donated $5 million to UC Irvine to establish a clinical trial center for cancer research. The money establishes the Sue and Ralph Stern Center for Cancer Clinical Trials and Research at the Choa Family Comprehensive Cancer...
  • New firefighter benefits stoke workers' comp debate

    New firefighter benefits stoke workers' comp debate
    Mary McElroy gave 22 years to the Baltimore City Fire Department as a firefighter-paramedic. The job, she says, gave her breast cancer. The state Workers' Compensation Commission agreed, issuing an order last fall that requires the city to cover any...
  • Reggae singer 'Bunny Rugs' of Third World dies in Orlando

    Reggae singer 'Bunny Rugs' of Third World dies in Orlando
    Reggae singer William 'Bunny Rugs' Clarke has died in Orlando, according to news reports. Clarke, who was the lead singer of the seminal Jamaican reggae band Third World for more than 30 years, died Sunday. He had been receiving treatment in Orlando for...
  • Letters: Gaps in the healthcare law

    Re "Patients struggle to find covered doctors," Feb. 5 The article points out a major gap in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act: Many specialty providers and hospitals that cancer patients rely on are being left out of insurance exchange...