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  • Celebrating Walt's birthday: Disney World announcement in 1965

    Celebrating Walt's birthday: Disney World announcement in 1965
    Walt Disney, the mind behind Mickey Mouse, Disneyland and Walt Disney World, was born 113 years ago today.  The business magnate, cartoonist and filmmaker was the co-founder of The Walt Disney Company, along with his older brother, Roy Disney.  Walt's...
  • Vicente Leñero dies at 81; writer stirred controversy in Mexico

    Mexican novelist, playwright and screenwriter Vicente Leñero, whose popular works stirred up controversy in government and religious circles, died Wednesday at his home in Mexico City. He was 81. His death was announced by the National Council for...
  • 'Delicious' delivers a tart tale of a dying salty matriarch

    'Delicious' delivers a tart tale of a dying salty matriarch
    The comic drama "Isn't It Delicious" is aimed squarely at baby boomers — the hokey pokey plays a pivotal role, and a trio of central characters are named after Kennedys. But formative pop-culture references are the least of it. The story of a steely...
  • Hospice volunteer learns meaning of life

    Hospice volunteer learns meaning of life
    Kevin Sweat stashes two packs of cigarillos into the seat of his walker on wheels and rolls it down the ramp of the Gerald D. Robison Residence. His shoes scrape on the concrete driveway as he shuffles the walker to a spot near the street. It's mid-...
  • Winter Meetings Day 1: More on Dan Duquette, catching depth and filling outfield holes

    Winter Meetings Day 1: More on Dan Duquette, catching depth and filling outfield holes
    Baseball's annual winter meetings officially begin today in San Diego. The lobby of the Manchester Grand Hyatt will be filled with reporters, agents and club executives. There might have been some awkward moments Sunday night as the Orioles club brass...
  • Ann Johnson: This Christmas, she will be missed

    Ann Johnson: This Christmas, she will be missed
    It's nearing Christmas and Ann Johnson isn't there to coordinate the family get-together, the decorating of the house, the buying of presents and a long list of other things. As a former bookkeeper, office manager and legal secretary, Johnson was the...
  • Facing cancer, and finding heaven on earth

    Facing cancer, and finding heaven on earth
    Oren Miller's children — 6-year-old Liam and 4-year-old Madeline — lean in close as they play Chutes and Ladders with their dad. "OK, Madeline, you're at 42. Count forward six," he says, his voice gentle. He is wearing three layers despite...
  • Berkeley's soda tax a sweet victory

    Three years ago, Richmond City Councilman Jeff Ritterman became aware that about a third of his city's fifth- and seventh- graders were obese, and that the numbers were getting worse. A retired cardiologist who got into politics to improve public...
  • Kick the smoking habit with these programs

    Shannon McCall has a great gift idea that some people can give to their loved ones this holiday season. “What a wonderful gift it would be to tell people who love you and care about you that you are working on becoming an ex-smoker,” McCall...
  • Pennsylvania DEP frets Center Valley residents aren't heeding radon warning

    Pennsylvania DEP frets Center Valley residents aren't heeding radon warning
    Concerned residents filled the meeting room at the Upper Saucon Township Municipal Building on Thursday night to learn more about how to detect, and mitigate, what state and federal officials are calling extremely high levels of radon in Center Valley...
  • Piatigorsky house is gone, but pieces of history were saved

    Piatigorsky house is gone, but pieces of history were saved
    The distress call came in early July from a longtime resident of Brentwood. "The Piatigorsky house is being demolished," she said. "We were their neighbors for 60 years." Los Angeles was losing part of its cultural history, she said. The two-story...