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  • Review: Errol Morris' Tabloid

    Review: Errol Morris' Tabloid
    Joyce McKinney in Tabloid One of the turning points in the life of Joyce McKinney, and there have been several, took place where these things so often do: at a Hard Rock Cafe. McKinney, a blond, chesty and goldfish-eyed Southerner who doesn't so much...
  • Obama and Romney fought cleanest fight in history

    Obama and Romney fought cleanest fight in history
    Now that the candidates have left the hustings (whatever those are) behind, it can be said: This was the cleanest presidential campaign in recent memory, perhaps in American history. Before you get exercised about Mitt Romney's sketchy tax math or...
  • Potential Ravens target Peter Konz enjoys being center of attention

    Potential Ravens target Peter Konz enjoys being center of attention
    Most of his offensive-line brethren would absolutely hate this. After all, linemen live in a world where they're talked to only when a yellow flag flies in their direction or their quarterback is on the ground. Beyond that, they're rarely singled out....
  • Simeon All Access | Breaking down Jabari Parker's college options

    Simeon All Access | Breaking down Jabari Parker's college options
    His father has said it's between Duke and Michigan State. Jabari Parker countered by saying recently that there still were five schools in contention for his oral commitment. The world will find out at 3 p.m. Thursday where the Simeon senior has decided...
  • Geography determines justice for Scout abuse victims

    Geography determines justice for Scout abuse victims
    Ron Morgan and Kerry Lewis grew up in adjoining states — one in Idaho, the other in Oregon. Both belonged to Boy Scout troops during the 1980s, and decades later, both alleged in lawsuits that the Scouts failed to protect them and other boys...
  • Chan Lowe: The Mormons and posthumous baptism

    Chan Lowe: The Mormons and posthumous baptism
    First, I would like to give credit to my esteemed colleague, editorial writer Gary Stein, who planted the seed by posing the question, “I wonder what the Mormons would think if Jews performed posthumous circumcisions.” I couldn’t...
  • Classically Trained: Singing on a high note at the Segerstrom Center

    The Mormon church's tradition of music, particularly vocal performance, is as strong as any. President Ronald Reagan dubbed the Mormon Tabernacle Choir "America's Choir." It counts Emmys and Grammys among its accomplishments and an extensive library of...
  • 'The Book of Mormon' lands 14 Tony Award nominations

    'The Book of Mormon' lands 14 Tony Award nominations
    "The Book of Mormon" — the irreverent Broadway musical from the creators of TV's "South Park" — led the Tony Award nominations Tuesday with 14 nods, including best musical. The satirical comedy about a pair of bumbling Mormon missionaries on a...
  • Dr. Phillips LB Phillip Amone commits during BYU trip

    Dr. Phillips LB Phillip Amone commits during BYU trip
    Phillip Amone was so excited about his trip this week toBrigham Young University that he almost sounded as if he could have committed before even stepping foot in Provo, Utah. But he waited. He even waited a day-and-a-half after arriving in Provo on...
  • Doyle McManus: Shifting sands of religion and politics

    Doyle McManus: Shifting sands of religion and politics
    Of the 44 U.S. presidents, all but a handful have been affiliated with a relatively narrow list of traditional Protestant denominations. Eleven were Episcopalians (12 if you count Thomas Jefferson, whose adult beliefs are a subject of debate), eight were...
  • Mormons to break ground for new temple in South Florida

    Mormons to break ground for new temple in South Florida
    The first Mormon temple in South Florida will rise on 14 acres at I-75 and Griffin Road in Davie, with groundbreaking on June 18, Mormon leaders announced Tuesday. With a spire reaching nearly 100 feet, topped by a golden angel, the 25,000-square-foot...