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  • Setting priorities in Balto. Co. [Editorial]

    Setting priorities in Balto. Co.  [Editorial]
    The prevailing governing philosophy of Baltimore County might well be summed up, with apologies to Henry David Thoreau, as "That government is best which governs least interestingly." As such, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz appeared to go to great...
  • Tax refund psychology says splurge in order to save

    Tax refund psychology says splurge in order to save
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - There are many enterprises out there trying to separate you from your tax refund - from splurges such as airlines tickets for a celebratory vacation or for good purposes, like putting it all in a college savings account. Deciding...
  • After Boston, beware DIY attacks: Front & Center

    After Boston, beware DIY attacks: Front & Center
    A year after two terrorist bombs killed three people and injured more than 260 at the Boston Marathon, law-enforcement agencies and security experts are still dissecting the details of that devastating day for lessons that might prevent similar attacks in...
  • 'Chicagoisms,' a small gallery stuffed with big architectural ideas

    'Chicagoisms,' a small gallery stuffed with big architectural ideas
    In the wall text of an engaging but uneven new architecture show at the Art Institute, there's an imagined conversation between Mayor Rahm Emanuel and an unnamed adviser. "Sir," the adviser begins, "Chicago is broke. Decades of poor planning have left...
  • With Help Of Winning Coaches, Depressing Date Gets New Shine

    With Help Of Winning Coaches, Depressing Date Gets New Shine
    HARTFORD — As the UConn men's basketball coach, one who would later say he isn't going anywhere, stepped up to speak outside the State Capitol on Sunday, thousands of UConn fans began chanting, "Ol-lie! Ol-lie!" No lie, the earth rumbled and it...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Charter Oak's Inquiry Gallery

    Charter Oak International Academy was transformed April 10, as students and staff staged their second annual Inquiry Gallery. In every corner of the school, student work was displayed and presented. Hundreds of parents and community members joined in as...
  • Film Review: 'The Eternal Zero'

    A fictional account of a Japanese WWII pilot that features the most breathtaking images of aviation seen in an Asian war film since South Korea's "Soar Into the Skies" (2010), "The Eternal Zero" marks another vfx victory for helmer Takashi Yamazaki,...
  • Jeb Bush Says GOP Can 'Restore American Greatness'

    STAMFORD — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Thursday evening outlined a vision he said would launch a Republican comeback, put more party members in office this fall and give the party control of the White House in 2016. Bush spoke with optimism...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Sally M. Reis Received Award

    Sally M. Reis received the Outstanding Higher Education Professional Award from the Neag School of Education Alumni Society of the University of Connecticut. Reis was recently recognized at the 16th Annual Awards Dinner of the Neag School of Education....
  • Devilish comedy based on C.S. Lewis novel comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse

    Devilish comedy based on C.S. Lewis novel comes to Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse
    The devil is putting on a show at Parker Playhouse. A theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters” will appear Friday and Saturday at the Fort Lauderdale theater. The comedic story about spiritual warfare from a demon&...
  • Post-conflict societies: To hell and back

    FEW pages of history are as hard to read as those describing Rwanda between April and July in 1994. Working by hand rather than with the industrial methods that the Nazis used to kill Jews, and at more than three times the speed of the Holocaust, militias...