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  • Montclare: A taste of suburban living in the city

    Montclare: A taste of suburban living in the city
    Montclare is not Gold Coast-grand or Lincoln Park-lively, but that's fine with its residents. This tidy, mostly residential enclave is as quiet as city living gets. Nine miles northwest of the Loop, Montclare is a neighborhood where people put down...
  • William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies

    William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies
    William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved. Mr. Schaefer was 89....
  • Aaron Evans part of defensive domination in ODU's spring game

    When Aaron Evans out-jumped Prentice Gill in the end zone to intercept Thomas DeMarco's pass in Old Dominion's spring game on Saturday at Foreman Field, no one may have been happier than Old Dominion head coach Bobby Wilder. Last season, Wilder's...
  • Found on EBay – 1907 Shriners Convention

     
    The 1907 Shriners convention in Los Angeles inspired all sorts of commemorative trinkets. Most of the items were pins, badges, glassware and ceramics, which frequently turn up on EBay. Here’s something I’ve never seen before, a spoon that was...
  • Shrine Auditorium Burns to the Ground

     
    “Ain’t It a Grand and Glorious Feeling?” by Clare Briggs. An undated postcard of the old Shrine Auditorium. Another postcard of the original Shrine Auditorium. Jan. 12, 1920: "Shrine Auditorium, for more than 12 years an architectural and historical...
  • 'American Idol': Chicago auditions

     
    Tonight's guest judge on American Idol is Shania Twain -- in an hour of auditions from Chicago.Only an hour! That's the best news I've heard all day!Katelyn Epperly is the first contestant of the day. She will either be awesome......
  • Med student’s goal: bike 4,020 miles, raise $40,200 for Shriners

     
    Lauren Leffler has a month off between four years of medical school and a residency. She's spending it riding her bicycle more than 130 miles a day -- and trying to raise $40,000 for charity....
  • WebClawer: Alpaca goes surfing; would-be Totos try out for 'Wizard of Oz' musical; PETA wants mothers to breastfeed to help cows; can animals commit suicide?

     
    -- Bizarre new trend: Surfing with animals. Okay, we will accept that some dogs seem to actually enjoy the sport -- but what of other species that are seemingly less suited to surfing? Like, say, an alpaca? Peruvian surfer Domingo......
  • Shag rags: New men's line mines the artist's oeuvre

     
    Shag, the Orange County artist known for his colorful paintings of midcentury Modern lifestyle – cocktail lounges, tiki bars and sleek, glass-walled homes filled with Shriners, lounge lizards and hep cats cavorting with winsome wahines, and dangerous...
  • Former NASCAR Pit Crew Coach, Wayne DeLoriea is a Coach Without a Whistle, and more

     
    Wayne “Coach” DeLoriea is a Master Fitness Instructor and is certified in 79 countries around the world. His list of accomplishments for certifications include Weightlifting, Kickboxing, Aerobics and Sports Nutrition, and not to mention he...
  • Bye Bye Birdie auditions in Mount Dora

     
    Cleaning house on auditions today! Here's the info on auditions being held this weekend at the Icehouse Theatre in Mount Dora: The IceHouse Theatre kicks off the 2010-2011 Season with AUDITIONS for The 1960’s Rock and Roll Hit Musical Comedy BYE BYE...