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  • Long lines to look forward to at Norton Museum

    Long lines to look forward to at Norton Museum
    British painter Terry Haggerty is used to having his art looked at and parsed by a diverse audience — his massive mural at AT&T Stadium, home to the Dallas Cowboys, in the week ahead will be viewed by as many people as will see the Van Gogh at New...
  • What products should kids have the right to buy?

    What products should kids have the right to buy?
    Should children have the legal right to purchase products that are excessively high in added sugar, such as soda and candy? The quick and obvious answer is "yes." After all, sugary products are a source of calories, and calories are required for survival....
  • 5774 Year in review

    5774 Year in review
    September 2013: The United States and Russia reach a deal to rid Syria of its arsenal of chemical weapons, promoting Jewish groups to suspend their efforts lobbying for U.S. strikes against Damascus. Rabbi Philip Berg, founder of the Kabbalah Centre...
  • Stolen art supplies in Woodridge

    Stolen art supplies in Woodridge
    The following items were taken from police reports: An unidentified suspect stole art supplies from the Hobby Lobby on Woodward Avenue on Sept. 12. A 30-year-old Chicago woman was arrested Sept. 13 for stealing several pieces of jewelry from Kohl's on...
  • Obama forges anti-ISIL coalition, but will it hang together?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Arabs are in. Turkey is on the fence. Britain, still smarting from an earlier Iraq war, is cautiously edging toward expanded action. Even Greece wants to help - if someone would tell it how. Two weeks after he announced plans...
  • Medical Marijuana Sales Begin At Dispensaries After Long Wait

    Medical Marijuana Sales Begin At Dispensaries After Long Wait
    Nearly two years after it was legalized, the first sales of medical marijuana were rung up in Connecticut Monday, ending more than 80 years of a wide-ranging ban on the substance. More than two dozen customers flocked to The Healing Corner in Bristol,...
  • The Mideast horrors grow

    The Mideast horrors grow. Latest are the Syrian Kurds in unthought-of numbers, in flight to Turkey, where there already are more than a million refugees from Syria. As if the region were not already thick with refugees from the terrorism practiced by...
  • Are toll lanes elitist or progressive?

    Are toll lanes elitist or progressive?
    Allowing motorists to speed to work past clogged lanes of traffic, if they’re willing to pay thousands of dollars a year, could be seen as a way to raise money for other transit projects that benefit the public widely, or as the opposite: using...
  • Alert: You are not a bad person if you watch the NFL

    Did you watch the NFL on Sunday? If so, please find the nearest confession box and tell the priest you hate women and children. If he tells you to say three Hail Marys, run! He’s a closet Doug Flutie fan, and you don’t want to be linked to...
  • Pot still too hot to handle for Colorado politicians

    BOULDER, Colo. Long a flash point in the culture wars, marijuana's growing legitimacy hasn't yet turned it into a political weapon, even in the marquee races in the first state to legalize the drug. In Colorado, the issue has barely gotten a mention as...
  • ODU Entrepreneurship Week: Shark Tank panel, Entrepreneur Magazine editor talk and more

    As part of the launch of Old Dominion University's new Strome Entrepreneurial Center, the school is hosting a series of entrepreneurial events this week, including panel discussions and a visit from the Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine. An $11...