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  • A Different Magic For 'Midsummer Night's Dream': Puppets

    A Different Magic For 'Midsummer Night's Dream': Puppets
    What do you do after you create an international mega-hit starring a horse? Go for some Shakespearean magic. That's what the director and puppet masters of the 2011 Tony Award-winning "War Horse" did for a follow-up project to their London-Broadway-...
  • 'The Jungle Book' at the Goodman Theatre ★★½

    'The Jungle Book' at the Goodman Theatre ★★½
    In the very last scene of Mary Zimmerman's production of "The Jungle Book," when Mowgli the lost man-cub is safely back with his own people and his adventures with Bagheera, King Louie and Baloo have receded in his memory, a little visual trick brings one...
  • Families enjoy 3rd of July event at Fort Meade

    Families enjoy 3rd of July event at Fort Meade
    Peter Lopez smiled at his daughter Isabella, who was trying not to fall over inside a camouflage-patterned inflatable playhouse in the heart of Fort Meade. "All right, Isabella, try to keep your balance," he called out to his daughter, who was wearing a...
  • Review: It's British mods vs. rockers in the frothy 'ModRock'

    The conflict between mods and rockers, two warring factions of youth culture in Britain circa 1965, previously served as the backdrop for a terrifically gritty film, "Quadrophenia," based on the Who's concept album. Now the same conflict is the milieu...
  • The Burger Beast's Hot Dog Fest something to relish

    The Burger Beast's Hot Dog Fest something to relish
    Sef Gonzalez built his reputation as South Florida's most-discerning consumer of hamburgers and food-truck fare. The Burger Beast, as he's known, chronicles his eating adventures at BurgerBeast.com and organizes food-truck events from Homestead to Port...
  • 'Aunt Polly' Pauline Carico celebrates a century

    Pauline Duncan Carico was born on July 8, 1913. She was the middle child of Robert and Hannah Dunlap Duncan. There was an older brother, Everett, and a younger brother, Roy, who are deceased. A party to celebrate her 100th birthday was held in her...
  • Review: Lao 18

    Review: Lao 18
    Review: Lao 18 18 W. Hubbard St. 312-955-8018 Rating: !!! 1/2 (out of 4) Heating up The mission for Lao 18, the new restaurant from Chicago's regional Chinese cooking master, chef Tony Hu, is simple: "I want to bring Chinatown downtown." And with...
  • Not quite Originals, but close

    Not quite Originals, but close
    When Daniel Tello realized his four-piece band couldn't be called the Originals — because the name belonged to a '60s R&B and soul group — he added "ites." It wasn't an arbitrary decision, though. Tello took inspiration from legendary ska...
  • New digs for aging felines

    New digs for aging felines
    A retirement home for cats in Laguna Canyon now has room for more felines thanks to a Laguna Woods resident's generous donation. The Blue Bell Foundation for Cats, at 20982 Laguna Canyon Road, held a grand opening for the renovation of its lower...
  • Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park

    Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park
    Baltimore County plans to fund a dog park in Perry Hall after residents pushed for the project and collected private donations for it. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday the county plans to issue construction bids for the Perry Paw Dog...
  • Lab-grown burger from stem cells introduced: Looks good, tastes blah

    LONDON –- It looks like a hamburger, feels like one and almost tastes like one. Scientists from the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands unveiled the first lab-produced burger on Monday, suggesting that the burgers of the future could be...