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  • Royal Engagement: Let the Sketching Begin

    Royal Engagement: Let the Sketching Begin
    If it’s a nail-biting decision for mere mortal brides, then it’s one of monumental importance for Kate Middleton, the bride of the 21st century: What, oh what, will the fresh-faced, stylish Brit wear for her nuptials this April to the future...
  • Highlands magic

    Highlands magic
    Years ago, I met a dear man on a deserted roadside in the Scottish Highlands. I was scrambling to make a public television show, and as if placed there by heaven's Central Casting, this tender giant of a man was bag-piping to the birds, the passing clouds...
  • Fake royal show among bottom of the heap

     Fake royal show among bottom of the heap
    With the Russians on the prowl, the Chinese hacking into our computers, Boko Haram in Nigeria triggering fear and celebrity hashtags, the last thing America needs is to lose a trusted ally: England. But the great Anglo-American alliance is...
  • Vagabond Players presents vibrant production of 'The Foreigner'

    Vagabond Players presents vibrant production of 'The Foreigner'
    In the canon of stage comedies, Larry Shue's "The Foreigner" may not rank in the uppermost percentile, but there sure is something awfully likable about it. The work has been widely and frequently performed since its off-Broadway premiere in 1984, a...
  • 2 top soccer squads coming to Chicago this summer

    2 top soccer squads coming to Chicago this summer
    Summer is the most popular season in Chicago, starting with the pleasant weather. Unfortunately, the teams playing in Chicago—mostly the Cubs and White Sox—are notoriously far from top-notch. English Premier League football, on the other...
  • John Kass: Fake royal show among bottom of the heap

    With the Russians on the prowl, the Chinese hacking into our computers, Boko Haram in Nigeria triggering fear and celebrity hashtags, the last thing America needs is to lose a trusted ally: England. But the great Anglo-American alliance is threatened by...
  • Going alone, but not lonely

    Going alone, but not lonely
    My recent column on the joys of traveling alone launched a steady flow of email from readers who shared their own stories of solo travel. Far more was submitted than can fit here, but this is a sampling. Submissions were edited for space. I went alone...
  • Electronic cigarettes help smokers quit in 'real world,' study finds

    A new study based on real-world data from England lends support to the idea that electronic cigarettes can help smokers quit using regular cigarettes. Among a sample of 5,963 adults who tried to kick the habit without prescription medications or...
  • King of hotel-keepers put name to luxury

     King of hotel-keepers put name to luxury
    Cesar Ritz was a Victorian era hotelier who did much more than open luxury hotels, many of which bore his name. His modern ideas about accommodations, including an insistence on the finest cuisine, so captured the world's imagination that the word "ritzy"...
  • Joanne Froggatt on the hushed tones but hard edge of 'Downton Abbey'

    Sitting poolside in a shaded veranda, Joanne Froggatt orders a green tea, her bright-blond hair loose and untied, trailing over her shoulders. It's a far remove from the mostly stoic, always-serving Anna Bates, her character on the PBS hit "Downton Abbey"...
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