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  • Hampton Crossroads project changes direction

    HAMPTON — After idling at a red light for close to a decade, the city's Crossroads project is taking a left turn that forces the city into taking a larger role in planning the venue.
  • New York officials work to maintain calm after emergence of first Ebola patient in the city

    A doctor being treated for Ebola received experimental drugs and was in stable condition Saturday, New York City officials said as they sought to tamp down a controversy over whether new quarantines in three states -- New York, New Jersey, and Illinois --...

    From art student to Acadia

    From art student to Acadia
    10:45 p.m. is not the usual time for an interview, but that is how it worked out. As I entered Acadia on South Wabash, pastry chef Ji Yoon greeted me from behind the host stand. She had been waiting for me, and was dressed in her civilians, ready to...

    Art, shops meet in Cocoa Village

    Art, shops meet in Cocoa Village
    On my last visit to Cocoa Village, in 2010, I did my window-shopping in the rain. Although an afternoon shower doesn't dampen the charm of the cozy shopping village next to State Road 520 and the Indian River in Brevard County, our recent stretch of...

    Bangor, Maine: Easygoing, scenically blessed and, yes, Stephen King

    Bangor, Maine: Easygoing, scenically blessed and, yes, Stephen King
    You know Bangor, that little city in central Maine? The little city that's home to Stephen King? Ah, yes, now you know it. The king of the horror novel, whose works include "Carrie," "The Shining" and "Misery," has put Bangor on the map. If you...