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  • Burbank council OKs developer's proposal despite mayor's objections

    Calling the Talaria at Burbank mixed-use project proposed in the city's Media District "too dense" and "not appropriate," Burbank Mayor David Gordon chastised his City Council colleagues this week for supporting the development. Gordon was the lone...
  • Money Needed To Finish Center Could Use Some NBA Bling

    Money Needed To Finish Center Could Use Some NBA Bling
    STORRS — The $40 million Werth Family UConn Basketball Champions Center, christened on a Friday when dual national championships would be celebrated across the street, is beautiful. Beyond beautiful, really, borderline spectacular compared to what...
  • Domino's to offer $1 pizzas in celebration of 100th Chicago store

    Domino’s Pizza is opening its 100th Chicago location this weekend, and to celebrate it's offering one-topping medium hand tossed pizza at all its Chicago-area locations for a buck each. The offer will run for 100 minutes on Saturday beginning at...
  • Ravens placing safety Will Hill on active roster with suspension over, sources say

    Ravens placing safety Will Hill on active roster with suspension over, sources say
    The Ravens placed veteran safety Will Hill on the active roster Saturday in advance of Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. Hill has finished serving a six-game suspension for violating the NFL substance-abuse policy and practiced this...
  • Joel Edgerton Talks Thriller 'Felony,' 'Exodus,' Trials of Shooting 'Jane Got a Gun'

    If Joel Edgerton has one piece of advice to aspiring actors, it's this: always be sure to check your inbox. "I found an email the other day from my old agent in London, that I'd just sort of discarded because I was too busy at the time," Edgerton recalls...
  • Support candidates who protect Second Amendment

    The 2014 midterm and 2016 presidential elections are critical for Second Amendment supporters and gun owners. Recent attempts to pass restrictive gun legislation have failed by slim margins. This gives anti-gun politicians hope for success in the future....
  • Ravens, Verizon Wireless team up in recognition of domestic violence

    Ravens, Verizon Wireless team up in recognition of domestic violence
    The Ravens and Verizon Wireless will team up to host a HopeLine wireless-phone recycling drive at Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium against theĀ Atlanta Falcons. The annual event, now in its third year, recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month....
  • Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart

    Chapter Three: A Nation Torn Apart
    A year after buying The Courant, John L. Boswell made a bold move — he began publishing The Hartford Daily Courant on Sept. 12, 1837. It was especially brave considering the financial panic that had gripped much of the nation that year as 600...
  • One World Trade Center 'a bold but flawed giant'

     One World Trade Center 'a bold but flawed giant'
    NEW YORK — Ever since that awful day, when the hijacked jetliners tore into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, and the decision to rebuild was made, the question lurked: Could a new skyscraper deliver more than just a blunt statement that...
  • Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe

    Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe
    A South Side man was convicted Friday on one of three counts accusing him of illegally lobbying on behalf of top Zimbabwe government officials in violation of U.S. economic sanctions. C. Gregory Turner, 72, sat calmly with his hands folded on the...
  • Burbank City Council approves Talaria project

    Burbank City Council approves Talaria project
    Calling the Talaria at Burbank mixed-use project proposed in the city’s Media District “too dense” and “not appropriate,” Burbank Mayor David Gordon chastised his City Council colleagues for supporting the development on...