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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Year of surprises leaves soothsayers grasping for soothiness

     
    Print column, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013 The most surprising news event of 2013 was the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the Web portal to Obamacare. Yes, I'm sure the partisans who have long derided President Barack Obama for the lack of......
  • Remembrances 2013

     
    A look back and a final farewell to the notable entertainment celebrities who died in 2013. Cosmo Allegretti (b. 1927) (actor) Allegretti was an actor and puppeteer on Captain Kangaroo, working his way up from set painter. He made and voiced puppets,...
  • Popular Science and the comment conundrum

     
    By Andrea Garcia-Vargas, editorial board intern Popular Science’s decision last week to shut down its comment section—for good—has brought about yet another controversy over reader comments. Multiple publications have already refined...
  • Eschew on this: The grand marshal of world-weariness says it’s OK to hate parades and stay home

     
    Friday's print column Chicago’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will step off at noon Saturday from the intersection of Balbo and Columbus Drives in Grant Park and head north about half a mile to Monroe Drive. You couldn’t pay me......
  • And kindly do Miss Manners the favor of getting off her lawn

     
    Can people please stop telling us how stuffed they are? It’s a revolting image.... Judith Martin, Miss Manners, telling us how to behave at Thanksgiving....
  • "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi

    "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi
    "Dear Tabby" By Carolyn Crimi, illustrated by David Roberts HarperCollins, $16.99, ages 5-8 This picture book will work best for 5- and 6-year-olds when read aloud, preferably by an adult who will act out the different voices and tones from this feline...
  • Taking a taste of history

    Taking a taste of history
    Chris Kimball is a busy man. Since 2001 he has hosted "America's Test Kitchen" on PBS while holding down his editorial duties with Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines. If that sounds like a couple of full-time jobs, it is. So where on...
  • Playground exclusion has mom worried

    Playground exclusion has mom worried
    DEAR AMY: My neighbor has two sons who are the same age as my son. They used to play together. Recently, these neighbor boys and another pair of boys from the neighborhood decided that my son was hanging around too much. Their moms have given them...
  • Ask Amy

    Ask Amy