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  • New Gdansk theater shows Poland's contemporary links with Shakespeare

    GDANSK Poland (Reuters) - A new Elizabethan-style theater opened in Gdansk last week on the site of a building that showed Shakespeare's plays during his lifetime in the Baltic Sea city. Celebrating its ties with the English playwright, the Gdansk...
  • Winter Park Playhouse's family style paves way for expansion

     Winter Park Playhouse's family style paves way for expansion
    It's not unusual for theatergoers to be greeted by name at the Winter Park Playhouse — and often with a warm hug as well. The family-style welcome "is important to us," said executive director Heather Alexander, who founded the Orange Avenue...
  • Arrest of one of Russia's business elite worries investors

    Arrest of one of Russia's business elite worries investors
    "Thank God We're VIPs," proclaims a billboard in Zhukovka, a riverside village near Moscow lined with grandiose mansions that shelter Russia's rich and powerful. But membership in the elite community of oligarchs did little to protect billionaire...
  • George led flock through tough times

     George led flock through tough times
    George led flock through tough times The appointment of Cardinal Francis George's successor Saturday represents the start of an unprecedented transition in the city's Roman Catholic Church, where no other leader has lived long enough to meet the man...
  • Wehr's Dam removal debate stirs memories and conflicting emotions

    It was a splendid dam, made of creek bed gravel, reinforced by big rocks and topped with large chunks of the sod that had been hanging over the bank. A lovely little waterfall was created by a spillway at one end of the dam, and a scenic pond now extended...
  • 'Common Ground' exhibit: Bat sounds and gator bones at FAU

    'Common Ground' exhibit: Bat sounds and gator bones at FAU
    To record the noise of bats in the Everglades, sound artist Gustavo Matamoros ventured out to the palmettos and pine trees of Long Pine Key at 3 a.m., an ultrasonic microphone in hand, and captured the sound of something he couldn't hear. The bats, who...
  • Cameras in nursing homes would aid patient safety

    Cameras in nursing homes would aid patient safety
    People who bring elderly parents to a nursing home share the same worries: Will they thrive in that environment? Will they receive timely, compassionate care? Above all: Will they be safe? Over the past two decades, Tribune reporters have documented the...
  • Ravens err, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's apparent complicity is bigger story

    Ravens err, but NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's apparent complicity is bigger story
    There was a time not so long ago when the NFL seemed like it was coated in Teflon. No matter who did wrong or how badly the incident seemed to damage the credibility of the sport, the NFL would crank up the image machine, put it on spin cycle and emerge...
  • Big weekend for the Unifics - a hometown show and a national honor

    Big weekend for the Unifics - a hometown show and a national honor
     During a very special weekend for the Unifics, Saturday night was doubly special for Ned Harris III. Because of his father.  Ned Harris Jr. rode 12 hours from Albany, Ga., to be at the Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center in Newport News to see his son...
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg signals she has no plans to retire soon

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg signals she has no plans to retire soon
    When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg walked from behind a stage curtain on a recent Friday afternoon, a huge roar went up from the jammed auditorium at George Washington University. "Everyone here is thrilled to be in the presence of the Notorious R.B.G.!"...
  • Florida law helps fight to save dwindling honeybees

    After reading about the woeful state of honeybees and a new Florida law to foster backyard hives, Marcie Davis launched a simple, well-intentioned mission: become a foster mother to a dozen hives in her one-acre Kendall yard, cultivate a little honey...