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  • Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter

    Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter
    Iwas 7 or 8 years old, reading my way through my kiddie encyclopedias, when I infuriated my Sunday school teacher by suggesting that the miraculous parting of the Red Sea was simply low tide. At that age, Sheila Schuller was working for her father's...
  • Book review: 'Unbroken' by Laura Hillenbrand

    Book review: 'Unbroken' by Laura Hillenbrand
    Unbroken A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption Laura Hillenbrand Random House: 480 pp., $27 As I read Laura Hillenbrand's stirring and triumphant account of the harrowing experiences of American Olympic runner and World War II...
  • How to tell children there won't be presents?

    Q: This has really been a tough year for us — lost jobs, house in foreclosure, you name it. How can we explain to our children why they aren't going to get anything for Christmas? They're too young to understand all the problems we've had. —...
  • Gay Christian pastor to speak at church

    Editor's note: This clarifies what LBGT stands for. While Christian beliefs and ideas about homosexuality sometimes conflict, in the case of the Rev. Mel White, two worlds unite. The openly gay pastor — who was a ghostwriter for Billy Graham,...
  • Ride the rails to suburban fun

    Ride the rails to suburban fun
    The suburbs of Chicago are like people: Each one has a unique personality with its own appeal and claim to fame. The problem is that (many) city-dwellers balk at the idea of going to the suburbs, and (lots of) suburbanites think first of Chicago —...
  • Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger

    Glenn Beck: Right message, wrong messenger
    Even the Rev. Billy Graham might have been a tad emerald with envy — if it wasn't a sin. Still, who couldn't help but marvel at the multitudes who turned out last Saturday for the Sermon on the Monument? Less a political rally than an old-...
  • L.A. Memorial Coliseum is America's most historic sporting venue

    LOS ANGELES — Whether Colonial Williamsburg, Boston's Freedom Trail or Washington's monuments, tracing the steps of patriots, presidents and pioneers never ceases to inspire. Same holds for iconic sports arenas. Among those of us who revel in the...
  • My first review

     
    Before you get too nostalgic about how much more accurate the paper used to be, let me remind you about a review I wrote in the '70s when I was a freelancer.The restaurant was in a bad neighborhood, so my......
  • Who will be “Superman”?

     
    Speculation abounds as to who will be the new Man of Steel in yet another re-boot of “Superman.” Will Warners find an unknown? Or have we just seen the new Super Dude in “The Social Network?” I interviewed scion of wealth, actor of...
  • Larry King tells viewers, ‘So long’

     
    Larry King ended the 25-year run of "Larry King Live" tonight with surprises, stars and song. The CNN host thanked his viewers, noting he would continue to do specials and radio. He opted for "so long" rather than goodbye....
  • Larry King signs off

     
    The man behind the microphone has hung up his suspenders. After a quarter of a century (and more than 6,000 shows), CNN's “Larry King Live” ended its run Thursday night. “It’s not very often in my life that I’ve been......