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  • Stop getting drunk to stay safe

    Stop getting drunk to stay safe
    Emily Yoffe's recent Slate article, "College Women: Stop Getting Drunk," suggesting that parents warning to their young daughters that drinking to incapacity leaves them vulnerable to many dangers — including sexual assault — touched off a...
  • Note to readers

    Beginning this week, the content that had appeared in the Sunrise section will be relocated to other sections, in print and online: - Puzzles, comics, Ask Amy and TV listings will move to the sports section. - A directory of movie theaters will...
  • The Tapped And Untapped Potential Of New Hartford's Fields and Forests

    The Tapped And Untapped Potential Of New Hartford's Fields and Forests
    On paper it is a brilliant plan. With a greenway of more than 300 acres encompassing picturesque farms with views of the surrounding hills, valleys and lush, deep forests, the Bakerville section of New Hartford has the potential to be a major draw for...
  • Do your daughter's friends lean on her too much?

    Do your daughter's friends lean on her too much?
    Parent advice From our panel of staff contributors Not unless other people's problems are weighing heavily on her. It's nice that her friends trust and respect her enough to come to her. It's good practice for when she has a whiny family of her own....
  • Finding beauty in truth -- even the tarnished parts

    Finding beauty in truth -- even the tarnished parts
    A person can only say so much about countertops, and Glennon Doyle Melton had said enough. Enough about countertops and Little League and all the ways her life was good and healthy and enviable. It was exhausting, and it was not the whole story. It...
  • North St. John's diving team remains undefeated

    The North St. John's dive team closed out another undefeated regular season with a pair of convincing victories. The team defeated the Five Oaks Barracudas on the road July 11 and then the St. Andrew's Dive Team at home. Special tributes were given to...
  • Tracy Letts, Gladwell on tap for Ideas Week

    Actor/writer Tracy Letts, author Malcolm Gladwell and musician/producer T-Bone Burnett are among the first speakers being revealedfor the third annual Chicago Ideas Week, which will run Oct. 14-20. After its expansion last year, Ideas Week Executive...
  • Looking Out: Pa. county defies state's same-sex marriage ban

    Looking Out: Pa. county defies state's same-sex marriage ban
    The fight for marriage equality in Pennsylvania just got mighty interesting. Despite the Keystone State's ban on same-sex marriage, at least five same-sex couples were issued marriage licenses in a suburban Philadelphia county where local Register of...
  • Introducing OutWords: Not-so straight talk with Andy Wolt

    Introducing OutWords: Not-so straight talk with Andy Wolt
    Some of you may recognize me from my SpaceManAndy advice column in City That Breeds. Well, I've decided to focus my efforts here, on the LGBT community. As a gay man living in Baltimore, I'm here to answer any and every question you can throw at me....
  • Wendy Davis' filibuster ignites Twitter; fans rip news networks

    Wendy Davis' filibuster ignites Twitter; fans rip news networks
    Wendy Davis became a media star Tuesday, even though the major TV networks barely mentioned her. The 50-year-old Texas state senator waged a 10-hour-plus filibuster in Austin aimed at blocking a bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks and force the...
  • Glendale Central Library clips cat collection

    Glendale Central Library clips cat collection
    Twenty years ago, Cindy Cleary was working in Glendale's Central Library when a recipe in a special collections room caught her eye. It was a recipe for cooking a cat. "That was a stunner when I came across that," said Cleary, who is now director of...