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  • Football | Time-tested drill helps players

    Football | Time-tested drill helps players
    Deerfield High School football Coach Steve Winiecki was looking for a new ingredient to motivate the Warriors this year and he found it in something old. Winiecki inserted the Warrior Drill into the team's first full-contact practice Aug. 16 after a...
  • Film Review: 'As Above, So Below'

    Beneath the streets of Paris lies a vast network of tunnels just waiting to be exploited by an enterprising found-footage film crew. Imagine the excitement of the rolling-boulder opening scene in "Raiders of the Lost Ark" stretched to feature length, then...
  • Housing starts soar in July; construction boosts Home Depot profit

    New home construction surged to an eight-month high in July, providing a lift to the broader economy. Housing starts jumped 15.7% from June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,093,000, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. Economists had...
  • Choosing the best Baltimore lacrosse club

    Choosing the best Baltimore lacrosse club
    Joining a lacrosse club is a huge commitment that involves the entire family, and there are a number of things to consider. There’s the fit between coach and player, the number of practices required and, of course, cost. Maryland Family spoke with...
  • From Free Sex To Flatware

     From Free Sex To Flatware
    WALLINGFORD — In the mid-1800s, Wallingford residents tried to create paradise on earth. Members of the utopian Oneida community who settled in town believed Jesus Christ's return to earth had already occurred in 70 A.D., and it was their duty...
  • Inside the PD: Bethel looking at a different offensive philosophy -- slightly

    Inside the PD: Bethel looking at a different offensive  philosophy -- slightly
    When Jeff Nelson came to Bethel in 2007, he brought a no-huddle spread offense rarely seen in Peninsula District football. It worked: Quarterbacks Aris McGlone-English, Rashad Manley and Frank Brown threw for tons of yards, and the Bruins won 27 games...
  • On non-readers

    On non-readers
    One of our universities recently made a survey of the reading habits of the American public; it decided that forty-eight percent of all Americans read, during a year, no book at all. I picture to myself that reader — non-reader, rather; one man...
  • REVIEW: 'Some Men' by Pride Films and Plays ★★★

    REVIEW: 'Some Men' by Pride Films and Plays ★★★
    Terrence¬†McNally has served as the go-to chronicler for gay life in America — or at least for a certain subset of educated white gay men who live primarily in New York — for decades. So it's perhaps fitting that with “Some Men,”...
  • Government should offer help to people in need

    In Margaret L. Snyder's Your View, she argues that government should have no role in trying to lift people out of poverty or in trying to add some fairness to our health care systems. Social Security has reduced the rate of elderly poverty from 28.5...
  • INSIDE SLANT

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Connecticut - INSIDE SLANT New coach Bob Diaco sees intensity as a key as he takes over the UConn program. "Camp is going to intensely focus on a task with a collection of people that are there to intensely...
  • Q&A: New chief judge prepares to replace retiring Belvin Perry

    Q&A: New chief judge prepares to replace retiring Belvin Perry
    Circuit Judge Frederick Lauten will become the top judge in Orange and Osceola counties next month, and is looking forward with "excitement that is mixed with moments of stark terror," he quipped during a recent interview. The terror comes in...