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  • 'Going Into the City,' rock critic Robert Christgau's back pages

     'Going Into the City,' rock critic Robert Christgau's back pages
    If we peg the birth of rock writing to Richard Goldstein establishing his "Pop Eye" column in the Village Voice, the form turns 50 next summer. If instead we tie it to Jane Scott's Cleveland Plain Dealer report on the Beatles in September 1964, we...
  • Stop the immigration flood

    Washington is such a phony city. Maybe that's why it has such a good relationship with Hollywood. In the sequel to a "film" we have seen many times before, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may "shut down" Saturday because of a dispute between...
  • Singer Jann Browne recalls her party with Lesley Gore

    Singer Jann Browne recalls her party with Lesley Gore
    One of the most surprising and touching remembrances of singer Lesley Gore comes from longtime Southern California roots music singer and songwriter Jann Browne, who posted this loving anecdote on her Facebook page shortly after news surfaced of the "It's...
  • Remembering the great Lesley Gore

    "I'M YOUNG, and I want to be young, I'm free and I want to be free/To live my life the way I choose, to say and do whatever I please!" Lesley Gore, belting out her prescient anthem, "You Don't Own Me," in 1964. YEARS AGO I interviewed Lesley Gore. She...
  • Military and police dogs deserve to be treated as heroes, too

    Here's the dictionary definition of a hero: "A person admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities, as achieved with altruistic intent. Typically a hero doesn't boast about his or her achievements." This definition...
  • Black Hawk statue restoration leader undaunted by cancer diagnosis

     Black Hawk statue restoration leader undaunted by cancer diagnosis
    Charron Rausa and her husband, Frank, are nearing completion of their improbable campaign to restore an iconic statue, the 48-foot, 270-ton Eternal Indian that draws about 400,000 visitors a year to bluffs along the Rock River in Oregon, Ill. They've...
  • John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s

    John Bowsher dies at 62; local art world figure helped open MOCA in 1980s
    John Bowsher, vice president of museum infrastructure at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a local art world figure who helped open the Museum of Contemporary Art in the early 1980s, died Monday morning at his home in Hancock Park. He was 62....
  • It's time to tighten the rules on e-cigarettes

    It's time to tighten the rules on e-cigarettes
    As more information begins to emerge about e-cigarettes, they are looking less and less like benign alternatives to traditional smoking. Teenagers are apparently taking up the so-called vaping habit in droves, and now we're also learning that the...
  • 6 firms cited for asbestos violations during work at Chute Middle School

    Federal safety officials say six Chicago area companies have been cited after workers allegedly were exposed to asbestos and other hazards while renovating a middle school in Evanston. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration says the exposure...
  • Asbestos-tainted dirt leaves Dania for landfill near Coconut Creek

    Asbestos-tainted dirt leaves Dania for landfill near Coconut Creek
    DANIA BEACH — The delicate task of removing asbestos-tainted dirt from a construction staging area near the airport began Monday. The first truck rolled out shortly before 3 p.m., headed for Waste Management's Monarch Hill landfill near Coconut...
  • Professor recalls 'crazy' discovery of radon in Berks

    The discovery in a Center Valley home last fall of the highest radon reading ever in Pennsylvania has its roots in a mystery that started in Berks County almost 30 years ago. For Brian Redmond, professor of geology and chemistry in Wilkes University's...