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  • Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law

    Brittany Maynard ends her life using Oregon's assisted-suicide law
    Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman suffering from brain cancer who became an advocate for terminally ill patients who want to end their own lives, has died using Oregon's doctor-assisted suicide law, an advocacy group said Sunday. Maynard "passed...
  • Developer: high density can equal smart growth

    Developer: high density can equal smart growth
    During the debate over the proposed apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park, opponents warned that it would create a green light for the construction of new apartment buildings all across the city, potentially ruining what people love about...
  • Blotter: Man mugged, beaten while walking in Skokie

    Blotter: Man mugged, beaten while walking in Skokie
    The following items were taken from Skokie police reports: An unknown man took numerous bottles of alcohol from Jewel Osco, 9449 Skokie Blvd., around 10:55 a.m. on Oct. 14. Identity theft was reported in the 5200 block of Galitz Street around 11:52 p....
  • REVIEW: 'Camelot' at Drury Lane Theatre

     REVIEW: 'Camelot' at Drury Lane Theatre
    Given its inexorable associations with the glamorous Kennedy White House and such formidable but distant personas as Richard Burton and Julie Andrews, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's exquisitely scored "Camelot" now usually comes with a retro...
  • A nostalgic walk in the 'Woods'

    Into the woods, And who can tell What's waiting on the journey? —Prologue, "Into the Woods" * A steady stream of props and memories is flowing into Costa Mesa in advance of a Broadway reunion of unprecedented scope. Composer and lyricist...
  • Manufacturing boot camp matches trainees with jobs

    Manufacturing boot camp matches trainees with jobs
    Malik Williams always thought manufacturing meant working in a steel mill, a job that seemed gone for good from Baltimore. But since mid-October, the 20-year-old White Marsh resident has made his way onto factory floors to watch workers blend olive oil,...
  • Elizabeth Warren: Big donors win in Washington

    Elizabeth Warren: Big donors win in Washington
    There have been terrible, horrible, no good, very bad election days for Democrats before and Republicans have had a few of those, too. Such days are always followed by plenty of pronouncements about what just changed and what's going to be different going...
  • Future of Bob Baker's puppet theater, once an L.A. icon, is uncertain

    Future of Bob Baker's puppet theater, once an L.A. icon, is uncertain
    The boxy white building with weathered paint in Echo Park offers few clues that colorful, fanciful puppets dance inside. For more than half a century, the Bob Baker Marionette Theater has entertained children, as it did on a recent Friday when small...
  • A to-do list for Larry Hogan

    A to-do list for Larry Hogan
    Governor-elect Larry Hogan can't let the euphoria of his upset win last too long because he has precious little time before he takes the reins of state government. He will be sworn in on Jan. 21. His first budget is due two days later, and so are any...
  • Auriemma Keys In On Piano, Not Retirement

    Auriemma Keys In On Piano, Not Retirement
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma says it has been an obsession of his to learn to play the piano. He has an iPad app, he says, and likes to fool around with it in his office. The UConn women's basketball coach laughs when asked if his goal is to play the...
  • State rep sentenced to probation for misdemeanor tax conviction

    State rep sentenced to probation for misdemeanor tax conviction
    Two years after being hit with fraud charges that carried the potential of years in prison, Illinois state Rep. LaShawn Ford was sentenced Friday to six months of probation on a misdemeanor tax count as a result of an extraordinary plea deal with...