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  • Parents give mixed reviews to school iPad program

    Parents give mixed reviews to school iPad program
    Students and teachers in Downers Grove elementary schools have reported to the school district that they are happy using iPads in class and that the devices have had a positive impact on learning. Downers Grove School District 58 officials surveyed...
  • F&ME Completes Production on 'Breathe - Umphefumlo' (EXCLUSIVE)

    RIO DE JANEIRO -- With productions spread around much of the globe, and an enduring focus of social issues, Film and Music Ent. (F&ME), the London-based production company set up 15 years ago by Mike Downey and Sam Taylor, has concluded production in Cape...
  • Broward College to tackle race and politics

    Are laws different depending on your race? That's the question being posed by Broward College during its program "Coloring the Ballot Box: Are U.S. Laws Colorblind?" The free discussion on race and politics will be 12:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at the Judson A....
  • Suicide is best explained with science, not Sartre [Letter]

    Most people who kill themselves do so from a place of great pain, hopelessness, self-worthlessness and despair. But suicide is best explained not with reference to the concepts of philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre (as was done in the Sept. 24 commentary,...
  • Hilary Potashner appointed federal public defender for L.A. region

    The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has appointed a career public defender to the post of federal public defender for the Central District of California, which is based in Los Angeles. Hilary Lee Potashner, 47, began serving as acting federal public...
  • Standardized tests: Is Florida getting what we're paying for?

    Earlier this year, the state of Florida signed a contract with the American Institutes for Research for $220 million to furnish us with rigorous standardized tests for the next six years. You must be wondering how amazing this test is to cost $220...
  • Rizzo's expectations for 2015? NL Central title

    MILWAUKEE — After capping a rebound season Sunday with his 32nd home run, Anthony Rizzo quickly responded when asked about the Cubs' expectations for 2015. "To be the National League Central champs," Rizzo said after the Cubs wrapped up a...
  • Play of defense has been foundation of success for Stevenson football

    Play of defense has been foundation of success for Stevenson football
    According to coach Ed Hottle, Stevenson’s best start in school history has been a long time coming. It’s also a product of inspired play by the defense. Through four games, no opponent has scored more than 19 points in a single game...
  • Review: 'The Glass Cage' by Nicholas Carr

    Review: 'The Glass Cage' by Nicholas Carr
    The opening paragraph of "The Glass Cage," Nicholas Carr's cautionary tale of unchecked technology, puts readers in an airplane on final approach as the Federal Aviation Administration issues a 2013 safety alert. Flight automation, declares the untitled...
  • Jimmy Ellis finally gets set to cut a record

    Jimmy Ellis finally gets set to cut a record
    Chicago alto saxophone master Jimmy Ellis turned 84 in July but, remarkably, never has recorded an album as bandleader. That finally will change on Tuesday, when Ellis' weekly quartet session at Andy's Jazz Club will be recorded live, setting the...
  • Optime 5K Run/Walk at Markham Park has strong turnout

    The second annual Optime 5K Run/Walk continues to be a big hit with runners and the South Florida community as more than 1100 participants came out to support the race at the Sunrise Markham Park. The first 500 finishers in the race received medals and...