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  • Mad Cow Theatre hosts 2nd Entertainment Designers Forum

     
    Mad Cow Theatre will present its 2nd annual Entertainment Designers Forum on Friday, April 22. The event celebrates top designers in the entertainment industry and raises money for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in memory of Stephanie Girard....
  • Man charged in slayings of four women in Northern California; victims share alliteration of names

     
    Did their names play a part in their deaths at the hands of a serial killer? A Nevada man was charged Wednesday in Marin County with the slayings of four women from 1977 to 1994 in Northern California. The victims:......
  • Lake Nona-Olympia softball to pay tribute to cancer patients Saturday

     
    There will be a special tribute paid to all those who have suffered from cancer during Saturday's regular season ending high school softball game when Lake Nona plays at Olympia at 10:30 a.m.  The teams will pay tribute to  those like Olympia junior third...
  • Political feud jeopardizes Logan Square Farmers Market

     
    Posted by Hal Dardick at 6:57 p.m. The future of the popular Logan Square Farmers Market is uncertain as a political feud stemming from City Council elections continues between a Northwest Side alderman and the organizer. Ald. Rey Colon, 35th,......
  • Daley: Being Chicago mayor 'Greatest job in America'

     
    Posted by Hal Dardick and John Byrne at 12:01 a.m.; last updated at 2:17 p.m. Mayor Richard Daley today told aldermen at his final City Council meeting that he "loved every minute" of his time in office. “This is the......
  • Science of Sleep Reveals Critical Health Issues

     
    By Susan J. White NorthShore University HealthSystem We are quickly becoming a chronically sleep-deprived nation, and the consequences may be more serious than dozing off …...
  • Bruno Mars has ticket buyers jumping at Allentown Fair box office

     
    Leyda Colon of Allentown stood at the window at the Allentown Fair box office, jumping up and down with glee Saturday as a machine printed out the 11 tickets she had just bought to singer Bruno Mars’ Aug. 30 show......
  • Medicare 101: New guide helps seniors navigate a maze of healthcare information

     
    As the nation's baby boomers sign up for Medicare, they face a bewildering assortment of questions about their healthcare. In addition to a raft of complicated information from the government, a national consumer group also is offering some answers....
  • Bartolo Colon agrees to minor league deal with Yankees

     
    Bartolo Colon's fortunes have dipped since winning 21 games and the Cy Young Award with the Angels in 2005. But Colon appears to be ready for a comeback attempt, this time as part of the New York Yankees organization. The......
  • Lamar Odom opens up to Playboy on NBA topics and marriage to Khloe Kardashian

     
    Lakers forward Lamar Odom is as open a book as you can get. Ranging from his early childhood adversities in losing his grandmother and mother, his marriage to Khloe Kardashian or his on-court play, he's fairly forthcoming on any subject. That's why it...
  • Santa Ana school police officer shoots man in street

     
    A police officer for the Santa Ana Unified School District shot a man near a middle school Tuesday, authorities said. The 10:12 a.m. shooting occurred at the intersection of 5th Street and Fairview Street next to Spurgeon Intermediate School, said......